The Cause Of Bloody Chapters During Late Pregnancy And Frequent Consumption Of Vertigo Drugs When Traveling Long Distances.?
Hello Wr.Wb … r nGoodbye Doctor .. r nI am currently 19 years old and currently pregnant with my first child at 31 weeks’ gestation. R nI often find it difficult to defecate … and when I defecate it often I often drive blood came out along with feces that came out about 5 drops … fortunately after the chapter finished the blood began to stop. r nWas that still fairly reasonable? r nAnd also I have a history of drunkenness from a small child. So even now I still consume dramamine when I travel far … is it possible to get pregnant like I currently consume dramamine is still safe? r nThank you for the time. “r nWassalamualaikum Wr.Wb.
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Women who are pregnant do not often experience constipation (difficult CHAPTER). The occurrence of constipation in pregnant women is influenced by pregnancy hormones. Constant constipation that occurs can cause enlargement of veins in the anal area and rectum (lower colon), also known as hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids. The blood that comes out when you defecate is likely from hemorrhoids. This condition cannot be considered normal, but it is not too dangerous. The following are some things you can do:
Overcome your constipation by eating more fibrous food, drinking more, staying active actively and exercising regularly
Avoid holding back the sensation of bowel movements
Do not strain too hard when defecating
Defecate in a squatting position (for example there is a squat toilet), or lift your legs to a small chair (if the bowel position is seated) so that the position is slightly crouched. This position can help the stool come out more easily.
If your anus feels swollen and painful, you can help relieve pain by doing a sith bath, soaking the anus area with warm water for 15 minutes 3-4 times a day.
Use stool softeners when bowel movements remain difficult. Make sure you consult with your doctor before using certain medications.
If the condition does not improve, you should consult again with your obstetrician.
Dramamine is a drug containing diphenhydramine, a drug from the class of antihistamines that can treat conditions such as nausea, vomiting, dizziness caused by travel sickness. These drugs are included in category B drugs, which are drugs that have not shown any side effects on the fetus, but there are no well-controlled studies in humans. This type of medication is quite safe to use in pregnancy, but should only be used when absolutely necessary.
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