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Hemorrhoids Pregnancy

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Typically, the reason that many woman end up going through a hemorrhoids pregnancy or two is because of the excess weight that the baby creates on their anal veins. The exact positioning of the baby is directly over the anus and therefore is responsible for causing extreme discomfort in that area.

The anal veins become swollen and often inflamed as a result of the overload of pressure. The inflammation is the cause of pain and irritation that you feel when you have a hemorrhoids pregnancy. Many women who deal with a hemorrhoids pregnancy are also not strangers to the discomforts of constipation. This situation only aggravates the strain further, which will then lead to an even more uncomfortable hemorrhoids pregnancy.

Adding more fiber to your daily diet will help to reverse constipation. And while there really is not much you can do about the extra weight of the baby during your hemorrhoids pregnancy, you can still change some of your posture habits and also take some natural substances that will help you to strengthen your anal veins.

Some good ingredients you may want to think about using would include stone root and white oak bark. These ingredients will help to strengthen and improve elasticity for your veins so they will better be able to handle the pressure of your hemorrhoids pregnancy. These herbs are also beneficial for other aspects of your body and will be well worth the investment for much needed relief for your hemorrhoids pregnancy.

Do You Have Hemorrhoids or a Fissure?

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If you are like me, you may have never even heard of a fissure before. I only started learning about them as a result of my research about hemorrhoids. As it turns out, a fissure is incredibly similar to a hemorrhoid. They feel quite alike when it comes to the pain and discomfort. They both also are located in your anus. To be more specific, they are your veins in your anus.

Another similarity between a hemorrhoid and a fissure is that they are both caused by constipation. Constipation creates pressure in your anus veins as a result from excessive pushing in that region. A result is stressed veins in the anus which can lead to either hemorrhoids or fissures.

Both can cause itching, pain and bleeding. The bleeding for a hemorrhoid happens when it bursts from excess pressure or a worn out vein from expanding and retracting constantly from pressure. Bleeding is more common with fissures because they are in fact caused by the passage of hard dry stool that tears the anal lining. Both hemorrhoids and fissures can also be caused by excessive wiping.


The main difference between a fissure and a hemorrhoid is that a fissure is a thin slit-like tear in the anal tissue. A hemorrhoid, however, can be compared to varicose veins. They enlarge and lose their elasticity from excessive pressure which results in saclike protrusions. It is important to note that they are not tumors or growths.

Both hemorrhoids and fissures can be aggravated by sitting or standing for prolonged periods. Even violent coughing, lifting heavy objects and diarrhea can aggravate both unpleasant situations. Interestingly, if you note that they share similar symptoms as well as they are caused by similar root problems, you can further determine that they can also be healed with similar remedies.

Remedies with ingredients that promote vein strengthening, bowel cleansing, and relief with pain and inflammation will be great for both hemorrhoids and fissures. That is why you should check out my natural remedy for both hemorrhoids and fissures.