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Butt let's be honest, who doesn't?
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in your anus and lower rectum, similar to varicose veins. Hemorrhoids can develop inside the rectum and then can move outside the anus and that is when hemorrhoids get painful, itchy, burning, bleeding problems.
With the main reason people develop hemorrhoids is from pressure in the bottom, it seems unlikely many women will experience pregnancy and birth unscathed.
First, here are some daily habits that will help maintain your body and bum's health and hopefully reduce flair ups:
If you are experiencing a flair up and are in discomfort or pain try making your own tucks pad for relief and healing.
On a cotton round or gauze pad put any combination of the following:
Use ANY or ALL of these simple ingredients to make a compound that you apply directly to the inflamed area.
A Bidet will spray you off and get you clean. Which lets face it, it's hard to feel like you are clean in all the nooks and crannies when you have hemorrhoids. Plus it eliminates the need for excessive wiping from a dry wad of toilet paper that can be more aggravating of the hemorrhoids rather than soothing. We have heard from several sources that using a bidet eliminated any issues with hemorrhoids and anal fissures.
You can get full blown seats that have all the bells and whistles to pamper your booty, or you can get attachments for your existing toilet seat that are affordable yet still very effective.
Feel free to do your own research for the perfect seat for your rear, but from what we have come across we like Tushy. It's an attachment for your toilet seat, they are reasonably priced and the reviews are great. If you want to purchase a Tushy we have a coupon code for you: 10% off using the code: DARBY
p.s. I got reeeally good at spelling h e m o r r h o i d s. So if you always misspell the word hemorrhoids, all you have to do is write a whole article on it than you become a pro.
Hemorrhoids, see I just did it again without having to look it up.
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