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    Hi all
    My DP ran me a nice relaxing bath tonight. I got in and as I was floating away I felt something strange and painful.
    Lo and behold. A hemorrhoid. A huge one. Nothing I've ever experienced and omg it hurts.
    I yelled out to dp who laughed and went and got me some cream.
    It hasn't helped numb the pain at all!! I have a Gp appt tomorrow
    But who else has had these and what is the outcome ?
    I'm approx 4-5 weeks pregnant


    Jude 31 and Wayne 37
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    Yep me. I hate them. What cream do you have? You need the one that has local anti in it. Hang on I'll get a pic...

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    This one:
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    Jude 31 and Wayne 37
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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1412860949.861855.jpg

    GP didn't do anything for me other than say don't get constipated and don't push, like at all.

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    Oh $hit. And it didn't help at all. That's weird. Did you use a good amount? I use about the size of a grape and borrow loose undies from hubby.

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    Yup loads


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    Geez. Ok well let's see what GP says. Make sure you tell him the good cream did nothing.

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    They are horrible aren't they? I had a terrible time after DD was born & my tips are: take Actilax or movicol (both ok in pregnancy) every day to keep poo really soft; get some flushable wipes so you're not scratching with toilet paper; use the cream every couple of hours. The Dr can prescribe scheriproct (not sure if safe in pregnancy though) which might be a bit better. Then it's just waiting for them to heal up unfortunately. Haemhorrhoids suck big time!

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    I just got back from dr
    He has actually given me a letter to go to hospital if it's no better to have it removed.
    He gave antibiotics, a new cream and to soak in dettol :/


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    Oh how yucky for you. But a good result I think.

    You don't want to have to deal with it the whole way thru if it's causing you distress!


 

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