I am 9 months pregnant. I am nearing my due date. I have developed piles during pregnancy. Initially it was fine, but now it has become big, swollen and painful. Can you suggest a remedy for it? Is it possible to have a normal delivery due to piles? Please give me a suitable solution, so that I can ask my doctor in advance for a C-section or normal whichever is suitable. Should I restrict any kind of food? I also had gestational diabetes but now it is under control.
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My bowel motion is correct. I have been given an ointment Smuth but not much of the piles has reduced. I wanted to go for a normal delivery but I fear if the force applied will effect the piles. Will it be dangerous? I might have my delivery by next week. Whether a C-section or normal delivery, how should I prepare for it? How long will it take to recover? Which would be the best according to your opinion under such circumstances? Please suggest.
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