Although ten people have nine hemorrhoids, they can get worse during pregnancy. Affected by increased abdominal pressure, hormone levels, and defecation factors, hemorrhoids that exist before pregnancy are more likely to prolapse, and are more prone to edema and pain. It is common for patients who come to see a doctor during the third trimester of pregnancy and after giving birth to have painful prolapse of hemorrhoids, and the delivery room also asks our department for consultation. Because hemorrhoids are incarcerated, they need assistance in receiving them. There is also blood in the stool of internal hemorrhoids. If you plan to have a child and you often have blood in your stool, dripping or spraying, you must go to the hospital in time, because some internal hemorrhoids blood in the stool is ineffective and surgery is required. treatment. Frequent blood in the stool can cause anemia. Anemia is prone to it during pregnancy. Anemia has a certain impact on the development of the fetus.
In addition, if you feel pain in the anus when the stool is dry and the toilet paper is bloody, anal fissure may have occurred. If it happens often, you need to come to the hospital for treatment, because the anal fissure during pregnancy and postpartum will be aggravated by constipation, which will make your pregnancy and confinement period "difficult".
In short, you must not ignore anal disease. As a pre-pregnancy note, as long as you have anal symptoms, you must come to the hospital in time and follow the advice of Dr. Xu to spend a comfortable pregnancy and postpartum period.