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Pregnant, cough, middle of back hurting, hemorrhoid. Advise?

I am 31 weeks pregnant with twins and i have a really bad couph that is making me throw up everytime i do and i have couphed so much till my ribs hurt it feels like i have pushed one of the babies down were its about to come out and the middle of my back is now hurting i have also coughed so much till i have a hemroid but no contractions do i need to go to the ER?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Dear user, welcome to healthcare magic.
31 weeks with a twin is like 40 weeks with a singleton. I do appreciate how much pressure symptoms you are suffering. Cough is not good at that time and it may cause preterm labor.
I suggest you visit a chest consultant because he will define the type of infection causing you cough after hearing your chest. Chest x ray is not contraindicated if necessary. All cough syrups, bronchodilators and even corticosteroids can be used safely.
As for the piles, it is common with pregnancy especially with an oversized uterus (twins), and most of them resolve after delivery. You may use any local formula to decrease it's size or at least decrease it's progression.
Finally I suggest you have beta or dexa methasone injection to enhance lung maturity if your doctor agrees.
Good luck.
Dr. Ahmed Bahaa.
Answered: Thu, 23 May 2013
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