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Question: I m 23weeks pregnant n suffering from external piles.. it's very painful,what should i do..
Answer: Hello dear...
Piles or hemorrhoid during pregnancy is normal, happens due to swelling containing enlarged blood vessels around anus,it can be cured by following these remedies...
Fibre rich diet
Include more fibre in your diet,which includes whole wheat,cereals,lentils, vegetables and fruits in your diet
It is essential to drink atleast two to three litre of water,can include juice,soups will also give better releif,drink Buttermilk, muskmelon juice twice a week will be greater relief
Apple and banana
Apple and banana possess numerous benefits in reducing piles,it has dietary fibre,which releives from digestive issues and also promotes good colon health,so make a habit of eating apple and banana regularly
Coconut oil is known for its antiinflammatory properties,dip a cotton ball in coconut oil and massage in hemorrhoid,will be more effective
Icepack massage is known as best hemorrhoid treatment,you can tie four to five ice cube in muslin cloth,and give massage will reduce burning sensation
You can also apply hemorrhoid ointment prescribed by doctor will also be effective
Question: I m 36 week pregnant , suffering from piles with pain n motion ,what to do
Answer: Hi dear,
Piles is a result of severe constipation. Constipation is a common problem in pregnancy , there are many reasons of it from pre natal medicines to slow bowel movements. however you can follow some home remedy to get some relief;
1)Please increase your water consumption as it helps in bowel movement.
2)Have fibrous food which are easily digestible like green veggies, oats they have high fibre content.
3) Have isabgol every night, you can have pitted prunes, overnight soaked raisins too as theu work as natural laxative.
4)Dont strain while you are on the loo, take time have some water and again try.
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Question: Hi I am 26 weeks pregnant. I m suffering from vaginal pain since past one week. Is it normal?
Answer: Usually, temporary pelvic pain is not a cause for concern. It can occur normally as the bones and ligaments shift and stretch to accommodate the fetus.,You should avoid:
standing on one leg bending and twisting to lift, or carrying a baby on one hip crossing your legs sitting on the floor, or sitting twisted sitting or standing for long periodslifting heavy weights, such as shopping bags, wet washing or a toddler.. vacuuming.. pushing heavy objects, such as a supermarket trolley carrying anything in only one hand (try using a small backpack).