Postpartum Hemorrhoids

As has been discussed in the previous article ‘Home Remedies for Piles After Delivery‘, piles usually regress by themselves following pregnancy. However, sometimes this may not occur and piles may persist causing problems to the patient. This persistence of piles after pregnancy and delivery is called postpartum hemorrhoids. The Problems With Postpartum Hemorrhoids The problem with postpartum hemorrhoids is that they can tend to become thrombosed. This means...

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Treatment For Piles in Pregnancy

Piles, also called hemorrhoids is a clinical condition characterized by dilatation and engorgement of the veins at the lower part of the rectum and around the anus. It is commonly seen in patients who suffer from constipation and occurs due to excessive straining during defecation. In women, pregnancy and vaginal delivery predisposes them to developing piles, primarily because of raised intra-abdominal pressure and an alteration in the body’s hormones. Studies have shown...

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Home Remedies For Piles After Delivery

Pregnancy makes you more inclined to piles for various reasons. Enlarged uterus presses pelvic veins and inferior vena cava, the enormous vein on the right side of the body that receives blood from the lower limbs. This pressure can slow down the return of blood from the lower body, which increases pressure on the veins in the anus and can cause them to become enlarged. Additionally, pregnancy entails increase of hormone levels like progesterone, which causes the walls of...

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Natural Hemorrhoid Treatment During Pregnancy – Ending Your Woes Naturally

Hemorrhoids are simply inflammation in the rectal area causing acute pain and discomfort particularly while passing stool. Its other symptoms include itching ,irritation around the anal area , a feeling of fullness or the urge to relieve even when there is no bowel movement.Above all the often discomforting and disturbing discharge of blood in the stool causes great alarm.Pregnancy causes the intensifying of blood flow to the pelvic area intensifying the condition.It also...

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