Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Buasir ( Piles ) Haemorrhoids

Hemorrhoid Relief During Pregnancy and After Childbirth

Hemorrhoids have a way of putting a damper on being happy. Pregnancy is one of the happiest times for most women, but when you hurt and feel even more pain and pressure than you would otherwise, it can tend to take your attention away from the impending birth of your baby.

Having a new baby is also supposed to be a happy time. New life, new beginnings, and new hemorrhoids. They don’t go very well together do they? But what can be done about it?

There is relief for hemorrhoids, even during pregnancy and after childbirth. With the special needs you face as an expectant or new mother, this is only one more area you may have to deal with. Of course, you will want to take care of the hemorrhoid problem in a way that is safe for you and your new baby.

Using some home remedies and lifestyle changes may offer you all the hemorrhoid relief you will need in order to once again have your attention where it should be, on preparing for childbirth and beginning your new life together.

Hemorrhoid Relief Safe

When you are pregnant, there is always the concern of anything you use being safe for your baby. There are some hemorrhoid relief products that are completely safe to use while pregnant, as well as some lifestyle changes you can make that may offer hemorrhoid relief, as well as making a healthier growth environment for your baby.

Witch Hazel has been used as a topical remedy for years. Both pregnant women and postpartum women are perfectly safe using it. Simply apply witch hazel to a pad or cloth, and hold it on the area for about ten minutes, a couple of times a day. This will help soothe and relieve any hemorrhoid symptoms you might be having.

Another thing you can do, and this will help heal the vaginal area after childbirth too, is to take a sitz bath a couple of times a day. This simply means sitting in a warm water bath. Soothing hemorrhoid relief will be yours with the healing power of water.

Adding fiber to your diet will help make sure you don’t become constipated, which is one of the main causes of hemorrhoids, pregnant or not. Keeping your bowel movements regular and easy to pass will help heal any hemorrhoids you may have, as well as prevent you from getting them if you don’t already have them.

After childbirth, you may notice that you have hemorrhoids, even if you had no problem with them during pregnancy. Pushing the baby out is often the cause. If this happens, use the recommendations above to find relief. You can also ask for a hemorrhoid cream to use topically, but keep in mind that if you are nursing, anything you use, even topically, will be transmitted through your breast milk.

Hemorrhoid relief during pregnancy and after childbirth is possible and may be done easily and safely. If you have hemorrhoids that become more than an annoyance, talk to your doctor to see what else can be done.

Bahasa Melayu:

Buasir dikalangan ibu-ibu yang bersalin atau dalam pantang adalah suatu yang biasa berlaku. Ini disebabkan 'banyak pantang' sewaktu lepas bersalin kurang minum air, dan kurang makan sayur atau buah-buahan.

Ubat-ubat homeopati amat sesuai dimakan jika berlaku masalah sembelit atau sukar untuk membuang air besar.

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