The Unflattering side of pregnancy and child birth – The gift of #ahhh with the #HemoclinComfortKit giveaway

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Each time I found out I was going to have a baby I had so many emotions take over. I was scared, excited, nervous and proud. With each pregnancy I found I was more confident in knowing what to expect while pregnant and afterwards. Little did I know not all pregnancies are the same, even if you have had a child before. With each birth my children were bigger than those previous and my labour and delivery times were shorter. My first child was born on her due date and everything went well. Other than being a new mom and having some fears, I could not have hoped for a better experience.  My next pregnancy had some complications and I was put on bed rest but delivery was good and he was born just a few days later than expected. The third child and fourth came very quick with no chance of me having medication. My children all were born healthy (with one minor hiccup that did not last long) and I always bounced bad quite quickly. However my fourth pregnancy was not easy as the rest.

I was a little bit older and a lot more experienced, but everything was so different from the first three. I pretty much knew what to expect as far as my weight gain, breast tenderness and strange bodily functions. But there were things I was clueless about and not prepared for. Painful and embarrassing things that I had to go to the Dr about and speak with my pharmacist. Little did I know how common they were. I am unsure if the pure joy of having a beautiful baby makes moms forget all the icky, achy problems or if they just block it out and want to never speak about it again. What happens in pregnancy stays in pregnancy! I realize this is too much information for many, but it is important people do not feel alone, hemorrhoids happen to many moms to be. Hemorrhoids are painful, swollen veins in the anus and rectum.

To help ease the discomfort try the following

  • Drink lots of water
  • Eat a high in fibre diet
  • Soak in the tub
  • Try to be active and refrain from sitting for long periods
  • Use HemoClin, available over the counter

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HemoClin works fast and effectively by providing a cooling relief from anal discomforts. This is achieved with a patented 2QR complex Bio-Active blocker derived from the Aloe Vera plant that works with the body’s natural bacteria.
If you or someone you know is having a baby be sure to educate yourself on this uncomfortable issue. It is best to be prepared than caught off guard. Welcoming a new baby intot he world should be as pleasurable as possible. More information can be found at www.hemoclin.ca Be sure to download the coupon to save $3 while there. Order discreetly online here
HemoClin gets rid of hemorrhoids with an exact measured dose applicator, with no mess or discomfort. It is easy to apply and will not stain. It provides effective hemorrhoid relief and will heal and shrink hemorrhoids with its clinically proven bio active complex. Not only will it get rid of hemorrhoids, it will neutralize harmful microbes, while promoting healing.  HemoClin will also relieve painful anal fisures, small cuts and tears in the anus lining.
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We want you to take it easy during this time of discomfort and treat yourself, so HemoClin wants to offer even more relief with this #HemoclinComfortKit giveaway. Win 2 boxes of HemoClin + a $100 RBC Visa gift card and let us help ease the discomfort of hemorrhoids. Good Luck!
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Disclosure- This post was brought to you by HemoClin. All opinions are my own

Comments

  1. glogirl3 says:

    I know of someone who had morning sickness so bad they had to be on bed rest. That was unexpected!

  2. chancesmommy says:

    GREAT post! I haven't personally experienced this, but know quite a few moms who have. I think it's important that moms know that this is part of what can happen when pregnant or after having baby…and that it's part of life. It's not something to be shy or embarrassed about. Thank goodness for moms who are able to share their experiences. I'm sure this will help a few moms out there!
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  3. lyndac1968 says:

    My daughter is having bad cramps and the baby I guess is shoving his feet into her ribs, plus she has been sick quite a bit with this one

  4. I wasn't prepared for how tired I would be (or how hungry haha).
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  5. stephy905 says:

    My friend was so shocked that her nose and feet were swollen!

  6. Judy Cowan says:

    For my friend right now it is definitely Hemorrhoids and Terrible Acid Reflux.

  7. Florence C says:

    I was not prepared for heartburn and the morning sickness.

  8. Susan Patterson says:

    I was not prepared for the morning sickness to last all day!

  9. Wendy Hutton says:

    I wasn't prepared for the mood swings and swollen feet

  10. I had morning sickness the whole pregnancy through!

  11. prairiebelle says:

    I was not prepared for the constant heartburn for 5 months

  12. the weird food cravings

  13. Carole Dube says:

    My daughter was not prepare for the varicose vein. Hopefully they will go away after the birth.

  14. Jeannie Lam says:

    I was not prepared for all the heartburn!!!

  15. being morning sick all 9 months. thought it went away after around 3.5 months. thanks

  16. Heart palpitations… that was a bit scary, but luckily nothing serious and they didn't last long.

  17. Definitely not all unicorns and rainbows, but so worth it 🙂

  18. butterflyamyc says:

    I was not prepared for my ankles swelling so bad it was hard to walk.

  19. billiondollarprincesss says:

    The pain of childbirth!

  20. I was not prepared for twins.

  21. Carol Denny says:

    My friend ended up in hospital for a month because of morning sickness

  22. nicolthepickle says:

    The heartburn. There was so much of it.

  23. edmontonjb says:

    I was not prepared for the extreme heartburn I experienced

    Jonnie

  24. I was not prepared for the stretch marks!

  25. Kimmy Ripley says:

    I was not prepared for the severe heartburn!

  26. Amy Heffernan says:

    I was not prepared for all the back pain! 🙁

  27. The sciatica knocked teh legs out from under me daily. Nothing like looking like a flopping penguin because my leg gave out suddenly!

  28. Not a pregnancy comment, but a friend had those fissures from chemo during her breast cancer treatment… she said that it was the most painful thing she had ever experienced. The doctor had little in the way of relief, so I am happy to see that there is now a product to deal with this most painful issue. Thank you for the chance.

  29. That my friend could no drive for 2 months after a casearean

  30. Susan Hanley says:

    I had morning sickness in the evenings and, for a while, it really knocked all the energy out of me.

  31. The horrible heartburn.

  32. Having recently welcomed my first born in November I can honestly say my pregnancy was overall great. It wasn't all flowers and rainbows but want some of the down sides were didn't compare to the amazing end result. I would ask my husband all the time if there were stretch marks under my belly and he stuck with no! One day I grabbed a mirror and was completely shocked when I saw them all. Needless to say I received a foot rub that night! Everyone always likes to talk about the pretty sides of pregnancy but the truth of the matter is Hemorrhoids, leg cramps and swollen limbs are an everyday part of it! Incredible article and prize pack! Thank-you Thank-you!

  33. My friend did not expect the morning sickness and swollen feet

  34. Juliee Fitze says:

    I wasn't prepared for the leg cramps that I got.

  35. lori b says:

    i was not prepared for the constant gagging

  36. Brenda Penton says:

    I was nor prepared for the heart burn. It was horrible!!

  37. getting swollen sore hands

  38. BlessedTA says:

    Swollen feet

  39. Shelley N says:

    I wasn't prepared for the permanent change to my shoe size.

  40. I was not prepared to feel that tired in the first trimester & for the morning sickness.

  41. I was not prepared to be hospitalized for almost 5 months.

  42. Lori Jackson says:

    I was not prepared for pregnancy insomnia! Every night I was awake from 2am-5am…it was brutal!

  43. ksceviour says:

    I used to get bad leg cramps at nighttime, and pains in my hips. That was unexpected.

  44. aly3360 says:

    We're so poorly prepared for it and taught so little that most of it ended up being a surprise.

  45. andrea amy says:

    With my 3rd son I was not prepared for the swelling of my feet or the charlie horse cramps in my legs that would wake me up! I didn't have those with my first 2, but did with my 3rd, 4th and 5th pregnancies.

  46. Krista M says:

    It was the crazy super-enhanced sense of smell which led to my stomach churning & being sick all the time vomiting.. something I was not prepared for.

  47. beewbedard says:

    How much heartburn I would have

  48. heartburn

  49. Brittney House says:

    My friend was not prepared for peeing when she laughed.

  50. mommakoala says:

    My daughter was my first. I did not expect only 4 hours labour. She was fast and furious.

  51. The extreme nausea and vomiting. Morning sickness almost sounds too pleasant compared to what some women go through with stomach issues!

  52. Eva Mitton-Urban says:

    My son was an IVF baby – I wasn't prepared for all the needles that I needed prior to the treatment.

  53. I was shocked when my nipples started to leak around six months I was actually worried I could run out of milk before my baby came.

  54. Victoria Ess says:

    The exhaustion!

  55. Jennifer L. says:

    I was not prepared for heartburn which made it nearly impossible sleep lying down.

  56. Jenness M says:

    I wasn't prepared for 6 months of morning sickness!

  57. Erin McSweeney says:

    How hot you get even in the middle of winter

  58. Morning sickness is not just in the morning its all the time , so I don't know why they call it that , lol

  59. hmrcarlson says:

    The excruciating leg cramps that I suffered from. My hubby did a lot of leg massaging.

  60. Gizele says:

    I had 7 months of heartburn.

  61. kathy downey says:

    I wasn't prepared for feeling the best I ever felt for 9 months

  62. cottagebunny says:

    I have a friend who could really use this right now.

  63. Laurie P says:

    The leg cramps were always surprising….and of course never fun.

  64. Rachel plouffe says:

    Throwing up from day 1 till delivery

  65. I was not prepared for peeing a little every time I laughed or coughed.

  66. definitely morning sikness

  67. Gillian says:

    Susie puked from the time she was two week pregnant until four hours after she had the baby. It didn't matter what time of day it was, she just couldn't stop.

  68. My wife's morning sickness

  69. Donnas says:

    I wasn't prepared for all the heartburn I had.

  70. I was totally unprepared for the extreme – life-altering – fatigue during the first 16 weeks!! I was absolutely USELESS! I was also unprepared for throwing up through the WHOLE pregnancy, including up to the minute that DS was born!!
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  71. how really realllllly tiring it was. and I had NO GLOW. lol

  72. ginette4 says:

    I wasn't prepared for the muscle spasms that I would get, I would get them when I was sleeping

  73. David Gibb says:

    my wife had morning sicknes

  74. Tammy Dalley says:

    I wasn't prepared for morning sickness!!

  75. Chris Stockford says:

    Lots of heartburn

  76. Dayna Wilson says:

    I wasn't prepared for the exhaustion. I was so tired all the time, especially with my second pregnancy when I had a busy toddler to deal wtih.

  77. andrea arthur says:

    I was not prepared for all of the unexpected aches and pains and that rapid change in body.

  78. Katrina says:

    I was not prepared for the heartburn
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  79. laughingfrenchy says:

    It was unexpected

  80. I was not prepared for how hard it was to get up after I sat down – I had twins and I was huge! lol

  81. jackieeman says:

    The swollen feet was really bad on a friend that afterwards she grew 2 sizes!

  82. My best friend did not expect her gums to be super sensitive and bleed.

  83. Tracy D says:

    The awful heartburn. Ugh.

  84. Nicole Jubleew says:

    How bad the heartburn would be.

  85. Jennifer P. says:

    I wasn't prepared for nose bleeds during pregnancy – that was my odd symptom for both! I had tons of other symptoms too, but they were all the kind I was expecting.

  86. i wasn't prepared for the fatigue/sleepiness!

  87. naiddia p says:

    I was not prepared for the swelling and extreme back pain.

  88. Vesper1931 says:

    I was not prepared for my sister to be so grumpy

  89. SueSueper Sue says:

    I was surprised how common a c-section was. My sister had to have one for both her kids.

  90. Morning sickness all day long.

  91. Tricia Hope says:

    I was completely unprepared for the water retention problems I had in my last trimester.My daughter was 8 lbs,and I had cankles for 48 hours.I also lost 35 pounds when I lesft the hospital 48 hours later.

  92. tammy ta says:

    I was not prepared for my first son to come six weeks early!

  93. I wasnt prepared for any of it. The bladder issues were the worse

  94. caroline m. says:

    swelling ankles, I didn't know that reducing carbs & increasing protein intake helps with the swelling. I didn't know about this in my first pregnancy and now at 39 weeks just found out about it.

  95. Erika E says:

    I was not prepared for dental problems, like bleeding and very sensitive gums.

  96. Ronald Gagnon says:

    A delivery period that lasted longer than 44 hours

  97. Domenique says:

    I was not prepared for gestational diabetes. 😛

  98. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I was not prepared for all the heart burn that I got. I have never had heart burn before.

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