Getting Cheeky About Pregnancy- The gift of #ahhh with the #HemoclinComfortKit giveaway

Pregnancy can be a beautiful time in a woman’s life. There are so many different awesome things happening in your body! I loved having a pregnant belly, I felt like I was truly beautiful while I was pregnant, but let’s just be honest here…

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I am about to bare it all, no buts about it. I have IBS. I have been pregnant, twice. In fact, my daughter was 10lbs when she was born and she had been putting A LOT of pressure on my body both inside and out. I have to admit there are some things about pregnancy that can be quite a “bummer.” So, what am I talking about? Well, if you must know.. (WHICH YOU MUST.) I am talking about hemorrhoids. I have had them. In fact, many women have, just not many want to talk about their nether regions being less than perfect. 

 Hey, it happens! I am perfectly comfortable telling you that while carrying my 10 pound daughter around in my belly, my body started protesting. One morning I woke up and realized… Hemorrhoids!  

DID YOU KNOW? 

Hemorrhoids are actually a very common part of pregnancy! No, not everyone gets them but if your tushy feels a little strange, there are ways to deal with it. You don’t have to be me and tell the world either. 

What are They!?

If you are not sure what Hemorrhoids are, I am about to tell you. Hemorrhoids are veins around the anus or rectum that become inflamed or swollen. Symptoms of Hemorrhoids can be different for people but generally they can be itchy, painful, and just plain uncomfortable. 

There is a Solution!

HemoClin is a revolutionary product that is set on easing butt hurt for anyone dealing with hemorrhoid pain or anal discomfort. HemoClin is a clear water-based gel that delivers no pain, no mess, and no stains. 

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. 

Where Can I get HemoClin? 

Pregnant? Know someone who is? Prepare yourself for the potential of butt hurt and order HemoClin discretely online here. Make sure you educate yourself by visiting HemoClin.ca.

Time to Win It!

We want you to take it easy during this time of discomfort and treat yourself, so HemoClin wants to offer even more relief with our #HemoclinComfortKit giveaway. Win 2 boxes of HemoClin + a $100 RBC Visa gift card and let us help ease the discomfort of hemorrhoids.

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Good Luck! 

 Disclosure: Ninjamommers recieved special perks in order to facilitate this post. All opinions are of her own and not influenced in any way.

105 thoughts on “Getting Cheeky About Pregnancy- The gift of #ahhh with the #HemoclinComfortKit giveaway”

  1. I love the honesty in your post! Truly, moms don’t need to keep things hush hush all the time. I think that it helps when moms know they are not alone. I’ve never experienced that issue before, but know moms who have. Thanks for sharing this!

  2. My most unexpected pregnancy symptom was heartburn! In fact, I had never experienced heartburn in my life until I was 6 months pregnant with my first daughter at age 21. I thought I was having a heart attack until I explained the symptoms to my husband and he suggested it was heartburn. Doh!

  3. I had an incredible sensitivity to smells. I had no idea that this happened when you were pregnant. So many smells disgusted me or were so strong they would make me feel sick.

  4. I’ve never had kids but I wouldn’t look forward to the nausea that could last all through the pregnancy like it did for my mom when she was expecting me.

  5. craving anything peanut butter!! i mean i always liked it but i was obsessed and still have cravings for it 8 months after having my daughter

  6. I had heartburn during both my pregnancies and had never had if before and it just disappeared after the child was born.

  7. Most did not surprise me but the ones which did were:
    sensitive skin
    hypersensitive belly button
    and “throat snot’… weeks after jr was born I coughed up a rope of mucous which was several feet long. Are you glad you asked?

  8. Heartburn for sure, I had never had it a day in my life until I get pregnant, It was horrific !!

  9. swollen feet, not just morning sickness but food aversions, and charlie horse cramps in my legs that were so bad they would wake me up and the pain would stick around for days afterwards

  10. Charlie Horses, OMG I thought I was going to go crazy! With my 1st I got them 4-5 NIGHTS a week once I hit the mid mark .. until the end. I had to keep a broom on the floor beside my bed to step on when they happen to ease them…

  11. I guess this is a symptom of pregnancy – was with my sister – perhaps a genetic thing. Itchiness – arms & neck & back…constant nuisance. Lasted short-term but was prevalent for the first 2 months.

    Eva Mitton-Urban

  12. My most unexpected symptom was a lot of pain in my hips, to the point where I couldn’t bend over toward the end of my pregnancies

  13. All day morning sickness for 7 months then the unbearable heartburn which felt like a heart attack at times. It was awful but SO worth it! 🙂

  14. Heartburn was really harsh with my first, my second was extremely swollen legs and feet and I couldn’t sleep

  15. Intense cravings – there was a strawberry shortage when I worked at the grocery store and when I couldn’t get fresh ones right then I cried at work!

  16. Other than hemmorhoids, morning sickness and heartburn?? What about that “line” on my belly that runs down from my belly button to you know where?! 🙂

  17. The most unexepected thing was when my belly button popped out ( herniated) that was no fun . I had to surgery for that after I had my son

  18. I’ve never been pregnant, i am trying to win this for my friend who is currently 5 months pregnant, she is experiencing lots of heartburn’s.

  19. I had never had heartburn before so it was a big surprise when it was so bad, I had to sleep sitting up.

  20. I had extreme morning sickness to the smell of coffee. Unfortunately at work, my desk was close to the coffee maker.

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