The Ouchier Side of Pregnancy & The Gift of #ahhh with the #HemoclinComfortKit Giveaway

The Gift of #ahhh with the #HemoclinComfortKit Giveaway

Before you all go getting excited, this is not a pregnancy announcement! I am happy just being a kitty mom, and even more so now after hearing that hemorrhoids are a often a regular part of pregnancy.  In my head, most cases of hemorrhoids are an issue for old men who need to sit on plastic donut rings.  Shows how much I know.  I turned to some friends who are pregnant or recent moms and asked ‘really, hemorrhoids?’

After they had finished laughing at my cluelessness about all the nasty side effects of pregnancy (that took a while) this is what they had to say:

I never knew what a hemorrhoid was till I had my first. I didn’t have a clue, I was suffering and crying every time I went to the bathroom. Eventually, I went the the doctor and got a script that cured them in a few days.

You try carrying around a kicking bowling ball of joy and see if your insides are all still where they are meant to be afterwards.

Not only did I go through enough hemorrhoid cream to stock a pharmacy, but the baby wasn’t the only thing I pushed out in labour.

I was lucky, no hemorrhoids for me, but everyone else I know had them – one of those icky parts of pregnancy no one tells you about

Turns out that you don’t need a prescription to get safe and fast relief from your pregnancy (or regular) hemorrhoids.  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 – because you likely have enough laundry already and don’t need to be wasting time or good underwear on stains from other hemorrhoid creams.

HemoClin is available in most pharmacies or you can buy it online.  Since you probably don’t want your mailman knowing you have hemorrhoids, they send your HemoClin discreetly packaged.  Mine was embarrassed enough when he had to hand me a sample pack of tampons sent in a clear envelope, I can’t imagine him delivering hemorrhoid cream.

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.  We all know how much Aloe Vera can ease a sunburn, imagine that cooling effect down there!  This is how HemoClin works:

  • Blocks Harmful Bacteria:  The patented 2QR complex Bio-Active ingredient acts to block the further invasion, and development, of your butt’s harmful bacteria by binding itself to the active bacteria. Reducing your butt’s harmful bacterial load helps accelerate a smooth, natural, and uninterrupted healing process.
  • Cools:  “Ahhhh… just feel that instant cooling relief”! When you’re suffering from butt hurt, that’s just what you want to hear! The easy-to-use applicator targets the site of discomfort directly, using Aloe Vera plant-based properties, HemoClin instantly cools the area without cortisone or local anesthetics .
  • Lubricates:  A diffusion nozzle on the applicator targets your hemorrhoids directly. HemoClin’s gel fully lubricates anal tissues, so you can pass stools more easily, with less strain.  All while avoiding further irritation to your butt’s hurtin’-most areas. This allows the healing process to proceed naturally and uninterrupted.

You can also help ease the pain by drinking lots of water, eating a high fibre diet to help it all move and moving around, because those hemorrhoids hurt when you sit on them and you are putting more pressure on the veins in the anus and rectum that swell causing hemorrhoids.

Get HemoClin

  • Find out more or buy online here or here
  • HemoClin is also available in most pharmacies and retails for about $15.
  • You can download a $3 coupon here

Win HemoClin + $100 RBC Visa Gift Card

The Gift of #ahhh with the #HemoclinComfortKit Giveaway

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.

Disclosure: I have been compensated for this post, but all opinions (and those of my friends sharing horrible pregnancy facts I wish I could unlearn) are unbiased.  Enjoy this fabulous giveaway from HemoClin!

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240 thoughts on “The Ouchier Side of Pregnancy & The Gift of #ahhh with the #HemoclinComfortKit Giveaway

  1. I would actually save the giftcars so we could use it on a day trip or two in the summer. Extra little things in the summer are treats as I am a single mom so would be so much fun to buy treats we normally wouldn’t get .

  2. Great post! So true! There are all kinds of unexpected things our bodies go through when pregnant and after having a baby! I never experienced this one in particular, but know of moms who have!

  3. An unexpected pregnancy symptom that my mom experienced was nausea throughout the whole pregnancy! It didn’t just stop after a few months.

  4. I would buy me some girly pampering time priceless ! I could do with some highlights in my hair I have a bit of a stripe going on down my centre parting whoops!

  5. My son and his family are coming to visit in June so would use it to buy extra food and snacks.

  6. It’s my birthday this month so I think I would use it to pamper myself a little with some new summer clothes, self-tanner & new make-up!

  7. I would buy some new summer/spring clothing to celebrate how warm the weather has been lately.

  8. Seldom blessed with “ME” time. I would invest in comfort to ease the aches with a plaid comfy down filled sleeping bag to curl into while watching TV.

    Eva Mitton-Urban

  9. Ok it was 30 + years ago..but when I was pregnant I would walk hours just to get to a store for a Jersey Milk chocolate bar. Now I am not much of a chocolate fan and neither is my son. lol

  10. I’d use it for computer parts to bring my computer up to date, well just more up to date really 🙂

  11. When I was pregnant with my first child for some reason my blood pressure dropped dramatically and I almost passed out. Drs couldn’t work out why but everything went fine after that. It was just weird.

  12. The hemorrhoids I anticipated, the breast enlargement I expected, the severe leg cramps? Not so much. My poor hubby did a lot of leg massaging.

  13. With my second child I had early contractions and had to have a ring inserted and take medication that made me jittery.

  14. When I was pregnant with my first child many, many years ago for some reason my blood pressure dropped suddenly and dramatically and I almost passed out. Drs couldn’t work out why but everything went fine after that. It was just weird.

  15. I would use the gift card to purchase something for myself. What? I do not know yet but it will be something frivolous and fun. i don’t do that very often so it would definitely be a treat!

  16. When I was pregnant with my first child for some reason my blood pressure dropped suddenly and dramatically and I almost passed out. Drs couldn’t work out why but everything went fine after that. It was frightening and weird at the time.

  17. A surprise when expecting my second child was that I had early contractions and had to have a ring inserted and take medication that made me jittery.

  18. My unexpected symptom was the sensitivity to smells. I went to a hockey game one night & nearly puked everywhere from the blend of overpowering smells of nachos, hot dogs, etc.

  19. With nearly every birth I suffered from a sudden weakness of contractions so had to be put on a drip – very unpleasant I found.

  20. with my 5th child in the delivery room was the first time I wanted to just give up and just go home. He was a big baby with a big head (hasn’t changed much 😉 ) and I was exhausted after hours and hours of labour. Up until his arrival each birth had gone quicker the 4th was only 12 mins in the delivery room and then this, it came as an utter shock to me.

    1. @Elizabeth, I am the oldest and my mum had an easy labour with me, similar to your 4th. She thought the stories were all made up to scare you into not having kids young until she got pregnant again and realized it was not that easy

  21. The most unexpected was the way smells affected me… my sense of smell was so great, so overpowering that it overwhelmed me, made me nauseous & throw up all the time.

  22. I remember with several of my pregnancies that the front of my legs went numb if I stood up for too long – that was dreadful when I went shopping.

  23. I wasn’t expecting to have cravings so strong! like i always loved peanut butter but jeez i needed something peanut butter and chocolate at least once a day lol

  24. If I win I will use the gift card to do a little extra for my son on our vacation to the beach this summer!

  25. I have to say my pregnancy with my 7 year old was pretty great up until month 7 and I developed sever pre eclampsia and gained about 20lbs in 2 weeks which was nothing but protein and water weight. I was immediately put on complete bed rest (which sucked!) and as soon as they could safely do so I delivered him via cesarean section. It was rough but my baby was/is a happy healthy bundle of joy!

  26. I found it unusual that often the front of my thighs would go numb, I would have to stop and put my legs up and rub them so that it went away.

  27. Mostly it was my enhanced sense of smell, but another unexpected symptom was being short of breath all the time.

  28. Another unexpected symptom was by the time I was giving birth my feet & face had swelled to twice their normal size. I felt like a monster!

  29. My girlfriend’s most unexpected pregnancy symptom was her gums constantly ached & would bleed when she brushed her teeth.

  30. Another unexpected symptom of pregnancy was the hormones made my hair awful. Whenever I’d shampoo it, it felt like I had put glue in my hair.

  31. My worst unexpected symptom was the heightened sense of smell which made everything smell disgusting & caused a lot of vomiting.

  32. When I was pregnant with my first child & for some reason my blood pressure dropped suddenly and dramatically and I almost passed out. Drs couldn’t work out why but everything went fine after that. It was frightening and weird.

  33. The overpowering sense of smell made me gag & race to stick my head in the toilet bowl on NUMEROUS occasions!

  34. With my second child I had early contractions and had to have a ring inserted and take medication that made me jittery. I’d just start to calm down when it was time (every 4 hrs) to take my next dose!

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