Piles During Pregnancy and After Childbirth
Today I would like to explain about the close connection between pregnancy, birth and the appearance of piles disease, and what should we do to ease the pain of piles in that time which is hard for us anyway.
Piles disease appeared in my body after the birth of my oldest daughter and reappeared during my second pregnancy.
I admit that I didn’t know that a connection exists between piles or hemorrhoids as others call them, and pregnancy. Maybe because I never suffered from hemorrhoid and you know how it goes, when you don’t have the medical problem you don’t know anything about it, but when it appears in your body, you quickly become an expert in the field.
Anyway, piles during pregnancy are a common phenomenon; the question which I think needs to be asked, is what the severity of piles and which symptoms you suffer from. For example during my second pregnancy I suffered a lot from external hemorrhoid that bleed and burn, I was so frustrated and blamed these piles for not enjoying my pregnancy. It was awful.
There are 3 main reasons that cause the appearance of piles during pregnancy and after birth.
The first reason is related to the growing fetus in our womb and the increasing weight of the fetus, creating a strain on the veins which causes the appearance of piles.
The second reason is constipation which many women suffer from during pregnancy and causes pressure in the rectum and therefore rectal veins swell and create external piles or internal piles.
The third reason is the birth process itself which requires an enormous effort and massive pressure from the mother’s side for many hours. Similar to what happened to me. Before my first birth I did not suffer from any piles, however, the long effort while giving birth caused piles to appear later in my body.
It is hard to explain the pain and misery that came with piles during pregnancy and right after childbirth, to those who did not experience it, especially when you’re dealing with feeding your baby every 3 hours at the same time, being a wife, a woman and a mother of older children.
Most of the piles treatment that is offered to women during pregnancy and after childbirth includes changes in diet and increasing fiber content, hot baths with salt water, using softening stool to facilitate the rectal veins, increasing intake of fluids, painkillers and adherence of toilet habits.
The problem with all these treatments is that they work for a short time until the next outbreak of piles and don’t deal with the problem from its root.
So what should you do? Well one natural solution is to use a product like Venapro. Available from many online outlets, Venapro is an all natural treatment for piles, that seems to have great results. Visit this wesbite for more information Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy I hope I helped explain a little more about piles disease during pregnancy and after childbirth. Health and Happiness,