Human beings have experienced the process of evolution from apes to humans, from crawling to walking upright.
It has to be said that this change is an important embodiment of human progress.
However, due to walking upright, the pressure on the anus is increasing.
Especially when women are pregnant, the anus is more damaged.
So, once pregnant, how much harm will it do to the anus?
It is easy to have hemorrhoids during pregnancy, or the original hemorrhoids are easy to deteriorate
In the third trimester of pregnancy, the uterus increases and the abdominal pressure increases to prevent hemorrhoid venous reflux and pressure increase, resulting in hemorrhoid varicose veins.
The results showed that pregnant women without hemorrhoids before pregnancy were prone to hemorrhoids in the third trimester of pregnancy, and the hemorrhoids symptoms of pregnant women with hemorrhoids before pregnancy were significantly worse in the third trimester of pregnancy.
About 30% - 40% of pregnant women feel unwell due to hemorrhoids. The specific manifestations are as follows
1. Painless bleeding: bleeding is usually related to defecation, and the blood is usually bright red. After defecation, blood will cover the stool surface and fall into the toilet like drops of water. Occasionally, there is a large amount of bleeding, which sometimes worsens when exerting force. In addition, in some cases, bleeding may also be voluntary.
Perianal skin itching.
3) Thrombosis) after thrombosis, pregnant mothers may cause acute perianal pain and may have "lumps" that can be touched by hand.
Whether it is "bleeding", "itching" or "pain", the anus should bear it silently.
Constipation is easy after pregnancy
Everyone knows the feeling of constipation.
Queue up once a few days. It's difficult to defecate. It's not easy to queue up. I always feel unclean. Sometimes I need to borrow "external force". (William Shakespeare, Hamlet, defecate, defecate, defecate, defecate, defecate, defecate, defecate)
All these inconveniences have brought a lot of pressure to the anus.
Especially during pregnancy, the intestinal peristalsis and intestinal tension of pregnant women are weakened, the amount of exercise during pregnancy is reduced, and it is easy to constipation.
The anus will be the most direct "victim".
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