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Question: Hi am 34 week pregnant my rectum is paining badly y

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Answer: Hello dear. When you're pregnant, your uterus becomes enlarged, which puts pressure on your anus. This extra pressure can also cause hemorrhoids, which can make your anus uncomfortable. Anal pain during pregnancy is most common during the third trimester, when your baby is larger and may put more pressure on your anal nerves. Hope it helps.
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