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Question: Delivery k baad se hi haemorrhoids ki problem ho gyi...kabhi thik ho jata..kabhi phir start ho jata..its painful...delivery 19 may ko hui thi..normal

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Answer: hi For pregnant or postpartum moms, hemorrhoids are often a result of stress on the perineum in the months before, and during, delivery. You know, since you're carrying an actual human being in your lower half and all. Veins work as a sort of valve to push blood back up to the heart. When those "valves" become weakened, they can swell with blood. There are several things you can do to treat your hemorrhoids at home. Apply ice wrapped in a soft pack several times a day, try a sitz bath Alternate between the cold ice packs and the warm sitz baths. Clean the area gently but thoroughly. Use a peri-bottle (squirt bottle) filled with warm water to cleanse the area. Rather than using dry toilet paper, pat the area with a wet wipe. Hemorrhoid pads that contain witch hazel are often recommended as well.
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