@ysmina-- Constipation is very common during pregnancy unfortunately. I think it’s the combination of hormonal changes, weird food cravings and the pressure of the uterus on the intestines.
Are you using hemorrhoid ointment, doing sitz baths and eating lots of fiber? You need to eat things like vegetables, fruit, lentils and beans every day. Snack on dry apricots or prunes and eat fruit whole. If you have to take fiber supplements, do so. You can also use glycerin suppositories during pregnancy, they are not harmful.
The point I’m trying to make is that you need to treat your constipation. Because if the constipation goes away, the hemorrhoids will heal and it will not return. Hemorrhoids develop due to excessive straining and very hard stools during bowel movements. If you resolve the underlying cause, then the symptoms like pain and bloody stool will go away as well.
It’s a great idea to see a doctor for hemorrhoids that are taking too long to heal. And there is nothing to be embarrassed about. Many pregnant women go through this.