Anal discomfort can be absolute torture and dealing with it can lead to a very stressful situation. I have been a regular Bum Gun user for about 21 years, and obviously I hate any occasion when I have to return to the dreaded toilet paper. If you are reading this and still a toilet paper user, please bare with me.
What Causes of Anal Pain and Discomfort?
Let’s face it, the anal area is very sensitive and can be very troubling, yet many people are reluctant to discuss it, or do anything about it. Itching, painful defecation, stained underwear, release of blood, and odour all lead to embarrassment, distress, social problems, and anguish.
These problems of anal discomfort are very common. Symptoms exist with irritable bowel syndrome or other functional bowel disorders. Diarrhoea and constipation may worsen them. Anal discomfort symptoms are not part of these conditions as they may occur independently.
They may be due to or associated with many local diseases. Crohn’s disease may attack the anus. Other diseases can occur in your private areas too. If defecation is painful, there are probably small tears in your anal skin, also called an anal fissure. The surrounding skin is prone to many diseases and infections.
Whatever the association, irritation around the anal area can be treated and prevented.
Prevention of Anal Discomfort
Whenever I am forced to use toilet paper over anything more than a couple of days my anal area becomes extremely sore, and the abrasive nature of toilet paper causes tears in my skin, resulting in blood, which I find deplorable.
How can you get help for these troublesome symptoms? First of all, it is a good idea to go see your doctor. I know a lot of people will do anything to NOT see the doctor, especially if the problem involves your private areas. But it is very important you are checked out by your doctor.
Whatever the cause, many of the following suggestions may be helpful.
Advice Which Will Relieve Anal Discomfort
Intense wiping with dry toilet paper will probably damage your skin, which will make the problem worse. But the skin around the anal area is tender, and very sensitive.
Using The Bum Gun bidet sprayer is the intelligent answer to many problems with anal discomfort. Honestly, I find it astounding that more people have not upgraded their bathrooms yet. Toilet paper was invented 150 years ago, and so anyone should know that there are much better alternatives available.
Even the ‘softest’ toilet papers are rough, and cause abrasions in your anal area. It’s no wonder so many people have stained underwear, and release of blood.
Furthermore, small pieces of toilet paper become stuck in the anal skin which can be irritating. Even more irritating is the coloured toilet paper, as the dyes can be the cause of allergies.
You honestly have nothing to lose with The Bum Gun. It is by far a more hygienic option, as well as much more comforting, especially is you already have anal fissures. I promise you here and now, that once you have tried The Bum Gun – YOU WILL NEVER RETURN TO TOILET PAPER, willingly.
Why am I so confident to make this promise to you today??
Well, its because in all my time of working with people and supplying them The Bum Gun, I have never had anyone return to using toilet paper. It just doesn’t happen. You might think that is unbelievable right now. But honestly, the product is extremely extraordinary.
The Bum Gun is light years ahead of toilet paper on every count:
- The Bum Gun pays for itself within just a few months, so saving you a ton of money over its lifetime.
- The Bum Gun is more hygienic and comfortable. It gets you much cleaner. Saving your underpants. Saving you from embarrassment.
- Saving your relationship!
- The Bum Gun is by far the greener, smarter option.
After using the invigorating jet spray of The Bum Gun, simply air dry. But most people pat the area dry using a lint-free cloth. Alternatively, pat dry with a few sheets of toilet paper.
There are many anal ointments, creams, and suppositories sold for anal complaints. Try not to use these if possible. Some, especially those containing local anaesthetics, may set up a local allergic reaction and worsen the problem. Others contain irritants such as witch hazel or alcohol.
Again, make sure you consult your doctor before using any of these creams. If you must use them, please use sparingly.
- Sweat may irritate as well. Non-medicated talcum powder may help if there is excessive sweating in the area around the anus. Healthy skin everywhere needs air.
- Avoid tight clothing.
- Wear light, white cotton underwear.
- Check that the detergent used in cleaning your clothes is not irritating or allergenic.
- After exercise, wash as above to avoid the irritating effect of sweat.
- Avoid sitting for long periods, and consider using a rubber ring (available in medical supply shops) to remove pressure on the anus.
- Healthy bowel action can minimize faecal contact and help the anal distress. Hard stools may be prevented by fibre, thus minimizing straining.
- If diarrhoea can be controlled, so may faecal staining and incontinence. Avoid foods and drugs that may irritate or that are associated with itching.
The Bum Gun WILL improve your life
Remember, no one goes back to toilet paper. There is a very strong reason for that. And you are missing out. Treat yourself today, you will NEVER regret it.
Furthermore, these simple measures can help many people with these common, but sadly, unspoken complaints. They can help you lead a much more comfortable, stress-free, and pain-free life.
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