16 weeks pregnant, pink bloodshot this morning
Last week, I went to the hospital because of pain in my lower abdomen. The doctor said it might be contractions. After listening to the fetal heart rate, I did non-invasive and color Doppler ultrasound. The doctor saw the color Doppler ultrasound and said nothing. Later, after returning home, the pain disappeared. Yesterday, there was blood in stool and anus, which may be hemorrhoids. I urinated this morning and found pink bloodshot paper. I have been in bed these days, but I had a meal and took a walk last night
Obstetrical examination clearly diagnoses and excludes fetal abnormalities, If necessary, anoscopy is needed to determine internal hemorrhoids. Further treatment requires medication to relieve bleeding. Taining embolizes anal hemostasis, avoids squatting for a long time, keeps stool unobstructed, avoids spicy stimulation of food, tobacco and alcohol, prevents aggravation of symptoms and the possibility of other complications, and avoids affecting fetus.
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