Why is it easy to get hemorrhoids during pregnancy? Zhang Shuhong, a doctor at Changsha Dongda anorectal Hospital, explained that pregnant women are prone to hemorrhoids for several reasons.
First, as the fetus grows, the stomach becomes larger. In this way, the pressure on the inferior vena cava will also increase. Increased pressure can interfere with blood circulation in the inferior vena cava. Especially the venous gun around the anus, the precipitation of blood is easy to produce hemorrhoids.
Second, pregnant women are prone to constipation. During pregnancy, for the nutrition of the fetus, pregnant women ingest a large amount of protein and nuts, which brings digestive burden to the intestines and stomach. Dyspepsia is easy to cause constipation, and long-term constipation is easy to cause hemorrhoids.
Third, pregnant women generally lack exercise, reduce the amount of exercise, slow gastrointestinal peristalsis, increase intestinal pressure, and are prone to hemorrhoids.
How does that pregnant woman get hemorrhoids?
Zhang Shuhong said that for the health of the fetus, if you get hemorrhoids during pregnancy, don't use drugs. Taking a light saline bath can alleviate the discomfort of hemorrhoids. I recommend water temperature soup. Flushing can also keep the skin around the anus clean. If the condition is serious, we should reasonably cooperate with drug treatment under the guidance of doctors. When eating, eat high fiber food and fresh vegetables and fruits. Drink more water, stool becomes soft and easy to discharge. When going to the toilet, squat down as long as possible to prevent hemorrhoids from prolapse. After removing the anus, it should be reset manually immediately to avoid the deterioration of the condition.
Pregnancy is not easy. Hemorrhoids will be more painful. Changsha Dongda Changjiang hospital must pay attention to diet and exercise after pregnancy to minimize the occurrence of hemorrhoids. Unfortunately, when you get hemorrhoids, don't use drugs indiscriminately, and use drugs reasonably according to the doctor's instructions.