Constipation from pregnancy hormones and pressure caused by your growing baby make hemorrhoids very common during pregnancy. The following supplements are recommended to help shrink hemorrhoids and also increase capillary health and strength for when the time comes to push.
Helps relieve the pain, swelling and discomfort of external haemorrhoids.
Bioflavonoids help strengthen capillary walls and stop the formation of hemorrhoids.
Increase fibre rich foods, fruits and vegetables.
Water, water, WATER! Drink plenty. At least 8-10 glasses of water or herbal tea each day.
Get regular gentle exercise
Do not strain to have a bowel motion.
Talk to your midwife or doctor if you are worried or are experiencing very painful hemorrhoids.
The information on rebalance.co.nz
is intended for your general information. It is not a substitute for medical advice from a healthcare practitioner and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your doctor or other qualified healthcare practitioner with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Do not disregard medical advice or postpone consultation with your healthcare practitioner because of any information that you have read on this website. Always read the label of any health product you purchase and use only as directed. Consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist.