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Post partum getting stomach cramps, constipated and have hemorrhoids. Is it normal, physician advice required?

Hi there, I am 4 months post partum and it seems like everytime I have to go #2 I get stomach cramps , and 9 times out of ten I m constipated. I suffered Terrible constipation with my second child (she s 4 mos old) and have hemorrhoids:( my stool is sometimes pellet like but not always. Is this just something that my body needs to do before it gets regular again or do I need to speak with my doc??
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi, Sweety,
Thanks for query,
You have got chronic constipation.
As you got hemorrhoids,constipation aggravates this problem.
So this problem is to be corrected.
Take Liq. Cremaffin 1 table spoon at night daily.
Take more green veggies and more diet fiber containing diet.
Take Papita,banana,cullinger etc.
Take plenty of water.
Do abdominal muscle exercise.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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hi welcome to hcm.see because of constipation u developed hemorrhoids.calendula Q which is homoeopathic preparation applied on that area for ease the pain plus take plenty of fluid and take liq creamalax 3tab at bed time untill u get relive from constipation.if still u having complaints then speak to your doc.
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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