Hemorrhoids are divided into internal hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoids and mixed hemorrhoids in medicine. Hemorrhoids are one or more chronic soft tissue diseases formed by varicose veins at the bottom of anus and rectum and anal mucosa. The prevalence rate of pregnant women is about 70%.
During pregnancy, the blood flow increases and the pressure of the uterus on the pelvis increases. It is easy to form varicose veins around the rectal wall and anus. Like peas and grapes, they swell outward, bleed, itch and tingle.
Varicose veins in the rectum (called hemorrhoids) may bleed and usually do not hurt. In addition to the inconvenient work at ordinary times, internal hemorrhoids have another performance. That means there's blood on the wiped toilet paper. Because hemorrhoids, rectal bleeding can, but it will stimulate hemorrhoids, so go to the hospital. Please confirm the diagnosis with your doctor.
Pregnant mothers have hemorrhoids, so conservative treatment is usually good. Ordinary external hemorrhoids do not need special treatment. Hemorrhoids bleeding, escape, swelling and pain should be treated in a specialized hospital in time. Hemorrhoids may occur at any time, but they usually occur in the middle and late trimester of pregnancy, and are more serious in the late trimester. When labor is too strong, postpartum hemorrhoids may be the most serious, but with the decrease of postpartum abdominal pressure and the removal of venous reflux obstacles, hemorrhoids usually reduce or shrink within 4 months.More recommended