When it comes to pre-pregnancy check-ups, everyone is saying:
Should I check before pregnancy? -What to do
Who should do it? ——Everyone who needs pregnancy should do it (men and women)
When will it be done? ——It must be completed before the start of pregnancy, and if any problems are solved in time
Why do it? -Eliminate genetic diseases; avoid fetal malformations; prevent miscarriage, premature delivery and infertility; prevent infectious diseases
What else to pay attention to? ——Precautions before they happen: make an appointment for a dentist before pregnancy to deal with potential oral problems; balanced nutrition, weight control, and appropriate exercise; if chronic medication is used, please consult your doctor to change the medication that has little effect on pregnancy or change the safety dose.
Is this over?
Obviously not! This has something to do with me. I haven't played yet, how can it end here?
By the way, today’s protagonist is...Dangdangdang
Ass and its upstream neighbor
Everyone knows to check the teeth before pregnancy. Because oral diseases are easily induced during pregnancy, no one pays attention to the problems below the oral cavity. In the eyes of anorectal department, this problem is bloody to deal with. Difficulties can also be partially prevented.
Constipation is a big problem. Although normal people are considered normal 3 times a day to once every 3 days, many pregnant women may experience or worsen constipation due to the influence of appetite, dietary structure and increasing abdominal pressure during pregnancy. Moreover, breastfeeding is required for a long time after delivery, which is an important factor affecting doctors' medication. Therefore, it is very important to adjust your diet and bowel habits before pregnancy. Adjust your diet appropriately, see a doctor in advance, and treat intractable constipation. Otherwise, mothers-to-be, you will have to ninja pain to persist until delivery, oh no! It was after breastfeeding that I dared to really consider treating myself. However, there are still some drugs on the market that can be safely used by pregnant women, such as dietary fiber supplements and sugar products that are not absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract. However, you must ensure that these drugs work for you to be relieved. Therefore, conditioning before pregnancy is the most reliable.
As the saying goes, “ten men with nine hemorrhoids, ten women with ten hemorrhoids”, the extra point is due to pregnancy and childbirth, but in today’s society, many female friends already have proud hemorrhoids before pregnancy and childbirth, and even You may have a huge anal papilloma. Usually, the anal swelling falls out. Don’t worry too much about it. It can recover on its own. However, with the increase in abdominal pressure during pregnancy and the influence of defecation, the swellings that fall out will no longer I can’t go back. It’s getting swollen and painful after being dragged outside the anus. I just remembered going to the anorectal department at this time. The doctor could only sigh, "What can I do to save you, my patient!" The incision in the anus wants to heal completely, let alone half a month, it is so close to the vagina, the incision here is so painful, who dares to give you a knife? In case of a mistake, what should I do if I am infected, and what if my fetus cannot be kept? How do I use medicine before and after surgery?
For the safety of the next generation and the happiness of your family, 80% of you can only choose to carry it by yourself, what should I do! What is even more frightening is that if the hemorrhoids before pregnancy suddenly increase during delivery, they still cannot be operated on immediately, why? First, it is necessary to prevent vaginal infections after childbirth. New postpartum surgery is naturally not the best time because there is no way to take care of it. Second, breastfeeding during lactation, not to mention medication problems, cutting the size of hemorrhoids is also an operation, and it is more painful. How can I breastfeed if I can’t hold my body after giving birth? To sum up, no matter whether you know whether you have hemorrhoids (anal papilloma, anal fistula, perianal abscess...) before preparing for pregnancy, please check with the anorectologist to make sure that you don’t need immediate treatment. A good life during pregnancy.
Some people say that I did not have hemorrhoids before pregnancy, how can I avoid it after pregnancy? This may not be completely controllable. However, keeping the stool smooth, avoiding hard work, sitting for a long time and defecation, and using reasonable force during delivery are all good preventive measures.