Constipation After A Hemorrhoid Treatment Procedure For 30 Weeks Pregnant Women?
Thank you for the question.
Pregnant women are far more at risk of hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids) due to high pressure around the anus by an enlarged fetus. Not only that, your risk of hemorrhoid also increases if you often experience constipation, diarrhea or chronic coughing, obesity, too much sitting, or often lifting heavy loads in your daily life. Hemorrhoid, depending on the type and severity, can be handled differently.
It is really difficult to identify what the doctor means if it only refers to the information you convey. However, if the device is properly shaped like a tube, then maybe what doctors do is the HaRorrhoidal Artery Ligation Recto Anal Repair procedure. This procedure is done by inserting a special tube to hold the anus, then there is a special ultrasaound probe that can help the doctor identify the hemorrhoid artery, then sew it up so that symptoms improve. One side effect of this procedure can indeed cause constipation. However, constipation that you experience may also arise due to other causes, such as the influence of the pregnancy itself, lack of drinking, lack of fiber, lack of movement, frequent urination, obstructive ileus, allergies or food malabsorption, metabolic disorders, and many other possibilities.
Without checking your condition directly, it is certainly not our authority to ascertain what triggers your current condition. We suggest that you discuss your condition again with your doctor, obstetrician, and surgeon who treats you so that the type of treatment that is best suited to your condition and the fetus in your womb is ... Hemorrhoid during pregnancy is already quite heavy, if not handled properly, it is feared that it could lead to prolonged bleeding which is at risk of causing you to experience anemia. Anemia during pregnancy can certainly have a negative impact on your fetus. Not only that, hemorrhoids that are not handled properly can also be pinched to experience tissue death, inflammation to make pain and swelling very disturbing, and can complicate the normal delivery process later.
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