Pregnancy hemorroids Symptoms And Ways Of Treatment
Hemorroids in women becomes aggravated mainly during the pregnancy and in childbirth. In women who have not given birth yet the hemorroids occurs 5 times less often, than at those who gave birth even once.
An age factor plays the important role in pregnancy hemorroids: after 30 years hemroids occur 3 times more often, than at pregnancy in 20 years. Pregnancy, not being the basic pathogenic factor of a hemorroids, often aggravates its clinical effect. On the other hand, the hemorroids of pregnant women often complicate giving birth and the postnatal period.
Pregnancy hemorroid occurrence is a frequent enough phenomenon, but still occurs less than in men. Some women, knowing about existence of this disease, consider it inevitable during pregnancy or after giving birth and consequently do not give special importance to it. Others wrongly bind signs of hemorroids to signs of the pregnancy.
Clinical signs of a hemorroids at pregnancy do not differ from those at usual current of disease. It is more often pain in an anus, rectal bleeding and a anal itch.
Approximately 20 % of pregnant women have the combination of hemorroids and varicose phlebectasia of the bottom extremities, including half from hassick of the extensive lesion of venous system – a perineum, external genitals, inguinal areas. All these women’s family predisposition to a venous pathology is in most cases taped. In them, as a rule, the hemorroids and a varicose phlebectasia appear in I or in the beginning of II trimester of pregnancy.
In general, as it has been specified above, the hemorroids and varicose expansion of usual veins are seldom combined, the pathogenesis of these diseases varies. However, in pregnant women especially inclined to a venous pathology, such combination, naturally, is observed more often. The stagnation of a blood in veins of a basin and the bottom half of trunk, certainly, aggravates both a pathology of a cavernous tissue of a rectum, and veins of a usual structure.
The constipation often occurring in women during the pregnancy, in the postnatal period are even more aggravated and usually last within 3-5 weeks, and then pass (if they were not inherent to the given puerpera in general). During this period the hemorroids can proceed especially painfully.
Considering all this, to all women in the puerperal period recommend the nutrition rich with a cellulose (in particular, wheaten bran), physiotherapy exercises, hygienic gymnastics in the morning, 2-3 times a day on 15 minutes giving a body a horizontal position with the raised position of a basin, a water toilet of the anus are obligatory.
All these measures promote the improvement of a colon functions, rising the tonus of muscles of the proctal and an abdominal wall, decrease of the development of stagnation in vessels of organs of a small basin.