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                              Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy - What You Need to Know
                                                  By Helen Moss

   This article explores the relationship between hemorrhoids and pregnancy and seeks to give the
reader answers to some of the most frequently asked questions that women who suffer from piles
during pregnancy ask. It will help to answer some of your burning questions about dealing with piles
while you are pregnant.

Here are Just a Few of the Causes of Piles in Pregnant Women

- An expanding uterus due to being pregnant is often what causes the onset of hemorrhoids during
pregnancy. This then places additional pressure in the pelvic region of the pregnant women as well as
in the vena cava.

- A problem area is the vena cava because it is subjected to a lot of pressure during a pregnancy. This
pressure diminishes the circulation and as a result can increase the pressure of the veins in the lower
limbs. The pressure that can potentially build up in the veins during pregnancy is thought to be one of
the main causes of hemorrhoids during pregnancy.

- When you are pregnant you tend to develop more issues with things like constipation. Being
constipated is thought to be one of the common, if not the most common, cause of hemorrhoids.

- Another reported reason for pregnant women getting hemorrhoids is their increased levels of
progesterone: the veins tend to be made more relaxed by this particular hormone and because of this
they are sometimes able to become swollen easier.

Treating Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy

Getting hemorrhoids while you are pregnant is very common, but how should you deal with them when
they occur? The good news is that most cases of piles can be treated easily at home. Many women
find that their piles will actually go away by themselves after a few days. There are certain things that
are known to help most pregnant women to deal with the problems associated with hemorrhoids when
their pregnant.

- A favoured remedy is to apply ice to the affected area, this is well known to help reduce swelling and
it can also limit the amount of discomfort that hemorrhoid suffers feel.

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- Sitz baths can also prove great for giving relief to anyone suffering from piles: by adding salts to the
bath it can help make the bath even more soothing.

- If you are treating your piles at home, then it is highly advisable to keep your anorectal area as clean
as you possibly can.

- You will need to wipe the affected area after every bowel movement and you will want to use moist
towelettes for this. To avoid any further irritation to the problematic area it is normally recommended
that you use towelettes that are non-perfumed and that also contain no alcohol.

- If you plan to use over-the-counter medications for the treatment of hemorrhoids, you should first
speak with your doctor. You have to keep in mind that not everything is appropriate for a pregnant
woman to take and this includes some over-the-counter remedies. If you visit your doctor, he will
normally be able to prescribe something for treating your hemorrhoids that is more appropriate.

- If your hemorrhoids last longer than a week, then they might be classed as being severe and a doctor
should assess you; it may be necessary for your doctor to use other methods to deal with the

If you simply want to cure yourself of hemorrhoids quickly so that you can start enjoying your
pregnancy, then take a look at the http://www.treatment-for-hemorrhoids.org website.

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                               What Do Hemorrhoids Look Like Guide
                                       By Stephanie Goodman

 Hemorrhoids are a regular problem with people who have strain during bowel movement; for instance,
when you are constipated, have other medical conditions which may cause strain on your bowel
movement, pregnancy can promote hemorrhoids as well as natural old age when all reflexes and
muscles are weaker then usual. Hemorrhoids, which are also known as piles are strained veins in the
anus area that form due to strain in bowel movement; irritation will occur from rubbing due to the
itching feeling that is one of the symptoms of hemorrhoids and that will make the hemorrhoids hard and
bulging as they form into blood clots. Countless people suffering from hemorrhoids tend to wonder
what hemorrhoids look like, as they never get to see them unless you get a doctor's consultation and
see the pictures from the endoscope; here is a detailed description.

Internal And External Hemorrhoids

If you want to know what hemorrhoids do look like internally all you need to think about is nodules
formed in the veins but they form inside of your rectum; these hemorrhoids are not painful usually but
they are the type that bleed most of the time. Due to the fact that they don't bleed, many people don't
know that they have hemorrhoids until they see blood on the toilet paper or in their stool. If you want to
know what do hemorrhoids look like externally you can actually see then with a mirror if you want to but
they look juts like the internal hemorrhoids and that is strained veins that get hard when rubbed
repeatedly and sometimes very painful during bowel movement as you will be straining it further.

What Do Hemorrhoids Look Like When They Are Prolapsed

The third kind of hemorrhoids are the prolapsed or strangulated type and they occur when one has
internal hemorrhoids and the anal sphincter goes into a spasm pushing them towards the outside and
cutting the blood supply; these hemorrhoids look like little growth on the outside of the anus and can
get very painful at times. To know what do hemorrhoids look like in your case ask your doctor for a full
consultation, which will include endoscopies and through which you will get direct images of your type
of hemorrhoids.

Helpful Tip

While hemorrhoids are not life threatening if left untreated they can promote fatal disorders such as
cancer of the colon. Consult your doctor as soon as you have any symptoms or doubts in order to be
ensure that you have hemorrhoids or not and start a treatment as soon as possible.

Stephanie writes about many subjects, for more articles like this one related to hemorrhoids please
visit: http://www.hemorrhoidsexposed.com

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