Hi i recently had bleeding while hiping after pooping. & was told by people it was hemerrioids..& now as today i was taking a shower ,cleaning my behing i felt a ball on the outside of the whole ...it hurts really bad i dont know what thos i ??....im scared has any one had this happen to them or is this a side affect of hemerriods?? Please help me out .
Yes hemerroids are piles quite common in pregnancy drink a lot of fluid & eat fibre to loosen your bowels. Its constipation, straining a lot but usually goes away in time, if more bleeding & gets bigger after one week or so tell doctor & he will advise. Think can get some lubricants/hemerroid creams to ease the pain.
Get some Tucks, which are little cotton pads soaked in witch hazel. You can often gently push the bulging vein back in. Look up hemorrhoids on Wikipedia so you know what they look like when they protrude. I had a friend who had so many that she said they were like a bunch of grapes.
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