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Hemorrhoid, pregnancy and childbirth Hemorrhoids after childbirth: how to get ridHow to get rid of hemorrhoidsThe birth of a baby is an extraordinary thing for a mom, but she does not feel that happiness during childbirth and during pregnancy.Indeed, several concerns come to disturb this happiness. To quote one of the most troublesome: the problem of hemorrhoids after delivery.Hemorrhoid, pregnancy and childbirthHemorrhoids are swollen or inflamed varicose veins in the lower rectum or anus.Pregnancy and childbirth are the triggers for this medical condition. The growing baby in the womb and birth itself are swollen veins in the lower body.Studies have shown that in 48% of the pregnancies and childbirth reveal hemorrhoid disease. As for frequency, it varies from woman to woman but we're talking at least 1/3 of mothers who would be affected during pregnancy.What makes this condition in women more vulnerable to hemorrhoids; it is primarily the increase in blood volume from 25 to 40% during pregnancy, something that may increase the venous engorgement.Then there is the decrease in blood flow caused by the expansion of the pregnant uterus or relaxation of pelvic muscles, and finally, the absence of valves in hemorrhoid vessels and draining veins.The chronic constipation and genetic factors may also come into account.In addition, during and after delivery the risk of developing hemorrhoids is always present. The traumatic birth and large babies are the reasons causing the hemorrhoids during childbirth.After delivery, the risk remains for the 6 weeks following it. This period generally corresponds to the reversal of the changes that have taken place in the body during pregnancy.The risk factor is more important then the difficulty of complete rectal evacuation (terminal constipation).Prevention of hemorrhoids after childbirthTo prevent this inconvenience, one can resort to some measures. One of these measures is to follow a diet anti hemorrhoids.Indeed, we should drink plenty of water; avoid beer and soft drinks, foods with fiber such as fresh fruit, leafy vegetables, cereals and whole grain breads.The soluble fibers are very beneficial for the digestive functions when combined with a sufficient water intake.It is also important to emphasize good habits in order to avoid constipation.Regular exercise suitable for a pregnant woman is a very good ally, but be careful not to make too much stomach as this can aggravate the problem instead.Taking laxatives can increase stool volume.Caution, however, use of laxatives should be casual and shall in no way replace a good diet.Also note that certain foods (alcohol, strong cheeses, roasted chicory, coffee, some conservative, some spices) and some medications (magnesium tablets, some antibiotics) can trigger seizures.In fact, everyone should try to listen to oneself and to establish the relationship between what he ate and the onset of seizures.Treatment of hemorrhoids in the case of pregnant womenThere are treatments that are prescribed from the second trimester of pregnancy by the physician or pharmacist.They will advise you on treatments that will relieve local hemorrhoid attacks.Another type of treatment is to divert some of the first vein tonic use and adapt them to the hemorrhoid crisis. These drugs have the advantage of not being cons-indicated for pregnant women.Some recent studies on fractions flavonoïques micronized, such as Daflon 500 and hydroxyethylrutoside, two molecules used in France, have proven highly effective in preventing such a crisis.Local treatment, the ointment, they will act doubly: they decrease pain and have anti-inflammatory.In the end, one could follow a psychic to treat hemorrhoids, because they may well be linked to psychological causes.Indeed, a sense of insecurity may be the cause of hemorrhoids.