Patient: Hello, doctor. I am 28 weeks pregnant. I started to have constipation symptoms last week. I haven’t seen any improvement yet. I have very dry stools, one by one, with blood in the stool. I want to go to the toilet every day. Sometimes it’s stuck in the anus, no matter how hard it is, it’s really uncomfortable and sometimes digs out. The excavated stool also contains blood, the blood is bright red, and it’s a bit sticky. I used it when I went home. If I dripped it, my stomach hurts. I can’t help but go to the toilet. It will come out a little bit. Because I am dependent on it, I don’t dare to use it more. Is there any way to improve it? Will it be good after giving birth?
Chen Jun, Department of General Surgery, Shanghai Fifth People's Hospital: During pregnancy, due to the increase in abdominal pressure, hemorrhoids and venous return are not smooth, so hemorrhoids prone to hemorrhoids during pregnancy can be manifested as difficulty in stool and bleeding in stool, so you may have hemorrhoids after giving birth. It’s better, but it’s best to go through the anorectal surgeon to see that your symptoms are mainly related to constipation. Therefore, the treatment is mainly to keep the stool smooth. You can eat more banana sesame oil to soften the stool. It is difficult to defecate when you reach the anus. It is not easy to hold the stool. Uterine contractions lead to premature labor, so you can only use glycerin enema Kaisailu to help defecation dependence. You can use it with confidence
Patient: Thank you, doctor. In addition, I would like to ask, if it is impossible to get out, is it feasible to dig? It's just a bit disgusting, because Kaisaluru doesn't seem to be very suitable for me. How to eat sesame oil?
Chen Jun, Department of General Surgery, Fifth People's Hospital of Shanghai: You can dig, can you drink sesame oil with water or you can not drink a lot at a time, mainly for softening stool
Patient: Doctor, I was able to resolve my bowel movement by myself yesterday, but the very bad phenomenon is that I found that due to too much bowel movement a few days ago, the anal opening has been a little protruding now, it is probably hemorrhoids, thank you I hope the baby will get better
Chen Jun, Department of General Surgery, Shanghai Fifth People's Hospital: Most postpartum hemorrhoids will get better, if they are still serious, you can continue to consult me, wish the baby healthy and beautiful!