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Have IBS, blood in tissue, had loose skin tags, pregnant, itchiness. What now?

hi, ive suffered with irrible bowel for years.ive also had piles and treatment last year.ive had occasional blood on the tissue for a while now but every time ive been sore with hard stools .i am pregnant at the moment for the first time,my pile from last year hasnt completely gone,i have ichiness around the bottom alot lately and this evening i went to the toilet for a wee and bright red blood was dripping into the toilet.ive noticed another pile like skin tag thats recent and believe this has now burst? im not feeling pain only when passing stools the skin is sore and ichy. worried maybe serious but because ive had loose external skin tags and ichiness believe this is where the blood is coming from,emma.
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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Hemorrhoids are common in pregnancy esp third trimester and also hormonal changes relax your veins. Drink lots of fluids and take fibre foods to avoid constipationas that would only worsen the situation. you can try warm baths to soothe your pain. U should consult your gynaecologist and she can prescribe you some steroid aointments safe in pregnancy.
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