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anus - the opening at the end of the anal canal.
cervix - the lower part of the uterus that projects into the vagina. Made up of mostly fibrous tissue and muscle, the cervix is circular in shape.

anus - the opening at the end of the anal canal.
Apgar test - A scoring system to evaluate the condition of the newborn immediately after birth.
areola - the pigmented ring around each nipple.

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Hemorrhoid care: One of the most common after effects of pushing during labor is a hemorrhoid, or swollen blood vessels around the anus that may bleed and be painful.

Pinworms cause intense itching of your child's anus. You may be able to see the worms in your child's stool or on close examination of his bottom. They look like tiny cotton threads.

An episiotomy is a cut made by your doctor in the perineum (the area between the vagina and the anus) to help deliver the baby or prevent tearing.

Genital herpes can cause infections on the genitals, buttocks, anus, thighs, mouth, lips or face. Infections on the face are traditionally called type-one herpes, while genital herpes is called type-two herpes.

The hospital team decides to insert a wire up your anus to determine if, indeed, your cramps are as bad as you say they are. They again insert 2 fingers to check the dilation and fecal decent.

Symptoms can include bleeding from the rectum, discomfort and/or itching in or around the anus and, in some cases, acute pain. Piles can be internal or external.

Minor grazes and tears to the neck of the uterus, the vagina and the perineum (the area between the vaginal opening and the anus) usually heal quickly; an episiotomy may take longer. Stitches may be painful for a few days or even weeks.

Well my drs office swabs the inside of your vagina and the inside of your anus with a q-tip. I did tons of research to know what to expect and nothing said it would go inside my anus.

Hemorrhoids are unusally swollen veins found in the rectum and anus. They are closely related to varicose veins you might see on a person's legs.

An episiotomy is a surgical cut in the muscular area between your vagina and anus (the perineum) which is performed right before delivery to enlarge your vaginal opening.

Piles during pregnancyOtherwise known as haemorrhoids, piles are swollen veins inside the rectum and around the anus. Morning sicknessI am pregnant (according to the test) but my only symptom has been sore breasts. I have already had...

Doctors sometimes perform episiotomies-incisions in the area between the vagina and anus-just before delivery. They do so to speed the birth process, or to prevent spontaneous tearing.

Perineal Tear-This is a tear in the skin between the vagina and the anus. This area is called the perineum or perineal area. The intense pressure during delivery causes stretching and sometimes tearing of the perineal area.

The anus contains bacteria that if introduced into your vagina can cause infection that could be dangerous to you and your baby.

Some studies show that episiotomy increases the risk of tears into the anus.

This is the surgical cutting of the area between the vagina and the anus, for the purposes of widening the opening through which your baby will be born.

Anyway, my episiotomy tore some, they told me it was a third degree tear (it went around the side of the anus instead of through it--I guess that was because of all those Kegels I did).

Piles - or haemorrhoids - are varicose veins in your anus (back passage). People often make jokes about piles, but if you suffer from them they are not at all funny and can be very uncomfortable.

While you may think of Kegels as a tightening of the vagina, it's actually easier to do them properly if you tighten your anus. The rest will follow suit.

It is especially important to clean toys thoroughly if you are using them in both your anus and vagina. Bacteria that live in your anus can cause an infection if they are transferred to your vagina.

This means massaging the area between the vagina and the anus, known as the perineum, with vitamin E oil. Although it may sound far from dignified, keeping your perineum flexible can possibly lessen the risk of tearing during childbirth.

With the imminent birth, the midwife will place a swab over your anus and under the baby's face to mop up any extra fluids or faeces that may pass out with the delivery of the rest of the baby. Don't be afraid of passing a little poo.

The 12 points to the clitoris, the six to the anus. The area to be massaged is the lower half of the vagina, from three o'clock to nine o'clock. Women can do the massage themselves. Lubricate your thumb with olive oil.

The perineal tissue between the vagina and anus can tear during the birth as the doctor administering your labor may perform an episiotomy to cut the tissue and then repair it after the baby is born.

Anal fissures: Cracks in the anus that can cause bleeding. Anal fissures can be accompanied by hemorrhoids or appear independently. Constipation causes and/or compounds them.
Analgesia: Any intervention that reduces the sensation of pain.

Constipation can result in complications such as fecal impaction, irreversible distention of the colon (known as megacolon), hemorrhoids and cracks in the tissue of the anus called fissures.

The perineum is the skin and muscle between the vagina and anus, and is the area that stretches to let your baby through in childbirth.

See also: See also: Pregnancy, Vagina, Pregnant, During pregnancy, Delivery

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