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Anal diseases and their treatment

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1. Hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in or around the anus. Many women experience hemorrhoids for the first time during pregnancy or after childbirth. While hemorrhoids can be an added nuisance while caring for a new baby, there are several ways to relieve the symptoms. 2. Constipation Postpartum constipation is a common occurrence after the baby is born that no one talks about, no matter how your pregnancy went. Or how were you born? You may become constipated. There are many reasons for irregular bowel movements right now, don't worry, most of them are temporary and easy to fix. Symptoms of anal diseases after childbirth Symptoms vary according to the disease as follows: 1. Symptoms of hemorrhoids after childbirth Hemorrhoids can be internal, which form inside the rectum, or they can be external, located around the anus. Symptoms of hemorrhoids include: Pain in the anal area. Itching in the anal area. Bleeding during defecation. Sensitive lumps appear near the anus. 2. Symptoms of constipation after childbirth There are many symptoms of constipation that differ from one woman to another, the most prominent of which are: Painful defecation. Feeling that the bowel is not empty even after defecation. Severe straining caused by having a bowel movement and taking longer than usual to pass stools. bloating Cramps or pain in your stomach or intestines. Causes and risk factors for anal diseases after childbirth The causes of diseases of the anus after childbirth differ according to the type of disease as follows: 1. Causes of hemorrhoids after pregnancy Hemorrhoids are caused by pressure on the veins in the rectum or anus. Veins have valves that help blood flow towards the heart, but when these valves weaken due to pressure, blood can pool in the veins. This makes them swollen, similar to the way varicose veins form. A pregnant woman weighs the extra weight of her baby sitting on her stomach and pelvis, and this makes it difficult for blood to return from the pelvic area. Also, constipation that a woman faces after childbirth causes hemorrhoids, which results from the following: Hormonal changes affecting the digestive system. Diet changes during pregnancy. little movement. Increased iron due to taking iron supplements. Baby pressure on the mother's intestines and its effect on the digestion process.