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How Long Do Hemorrhoids Last After Giving Birth
It seems like I have internal hemorrhoids after giving birth. Is there any home remedies?do they go away by themselves?
We are born with the: Hemorrhoids are normal part of our anatomy. They are made of mostly blood vessels but include soft tissue with an external and internal components. A "flare up" is when they engorge with blood usually caused by any pressure on pelvis to include pregnancy. So yes you can treat them with topical preparation to decrease swelling but they can't go away. ...Read more
My mom has some hemorrhoids. She first got them from the pressure of giving birth. Sometimes it comes and goes still. What tests can she do to be safe?
After giving birth, I suffered from hemorrhoids. Now it's been 3 years its painful when i have bowl movements. How can I get rid of them?
Seek medical :
Attention. Some time hemorrhoids could be treated medically and some need surgery.
In the meanwhile her are some tips.
Avoid constipation (fiber), seitz. Seek topical relief. (steroids), keep that area very clean.
Exercise. Moderate aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking 2030 minutes a day, can help stimulate bowel function. ...Read more
How long can your first period last after giving birth. On day 6 and it's still at a normal flow. Not looking like spotting any time soon.
Varies : The first period is usually 3-6 weeks later. Often the first period is a little off from your norm. It is often too long or too short. Too heavy or two light. Things usually get back to normal after that. If you are breast-feeding irregularity may continue. Birth control will regulate you if needed. ...Read more
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Can Lochia be thick, mucus like, yellow & in abundance? I also read it should be gone within a few weeks of giving birth, dose it last longer?
Lochia: Last 4 to 8 weeks. It has three stages. The last stage is white to yellow. Sounds normal and nothing to worry about. ...Read more
I noticed a single hemorrhoid today. I gave birth a week ago. it's about the size of a grape. Will it be this size forever?
I have struggled with severe hemorrhoids since the birth of my first child. They are extremely painful now during my 2nd pregnancy. The Best rx?
Depends: Many hemorrhoids can be treated by surgical excision. Although it sounds horrific, the area can easily be numbed and the hemorrhoid removed. Still, other hemorrhoids can be banded and they will fall off. However, there is always the possibility of recurrence. Mainstays in treatment include stool softners, plenty of fiber, maintaining a good diet, and limiting time on the commode. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I Need Answers Because This Is Embarrassing After I Gve Birth My Hemorrhoids CameOut The Doc Push Them Back in but now they wnt sty in &My child is 2?
I Am constipated & have hemorrhoids from the birth of my child. What medicines can I take that don't have any effects on breastfeeding?
Constipation.: In this setting, the ideal would be to avoid medication altogether, if possible. I would begin by increasing the amount of fiber in your diet and considering taking a fiber supplement, such as Metamucil, daily. When you do that, you need to increase your fluid intake as well. If you increase this gradually, it will not cause excess gassiness. Good luck. ...Read more
Do internal hemorrhoids go away?had since child birth 18mths ago. Some bowel movmts are easy and others are hard and bleed. Benefiber helps
Yes possibly: You need to drink a lot of water, eat lots of fruits and veggies, limit bananas, limit rice, breads and try to have 1-2 soft stools a day. Over time things should improve ...Read more
What would happen if i don't remove a hemorrhoid tag? My wife's got it since she gave birth to our baby. There is very little specs of blood in poop sometimes
Hemorrhoid tags: Hemorrhoid tags are common especially in women after childbirth. They are usually of no great concern. Wash well after BMs and apply small amount of moisturize e.g. aloe or body moisturing cream. Avoid constipation as straining at the stool causes hemorrhoids to flare. Get adequate fluid and fiber in your diet of high vegetable and fruits. ...Read more
Painful bowel movements. Like brick being sent upwards; knocks wind out of me. Recently gave birth, also happens during menstruation. No hemorrhoids.
Scarring: There could be some scarring in the posterior cul-de-sac, the area between your vagina/uterus and the rectum/colon. That is, that when you have a bowel movement, it could be pulling on scar tissue. It's common to have pain in the area following giving birth, so hopefully this pain will dissipate with time. In the meantime, might consider using MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) or generic equivalent to help ease movements ...Read more
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