If you take proper care of your anal area and make it a habit, it will not only lead to the prevention of worsening of hemorrhoids but also reduce the probability of hemorrhoids. Let's practice it.
Wipe your bottom gently and well each time to ensure that no stool remains. Instead of wiping forcefully, press the toilet paper against your anus gently when wiping.
Although it is sufficient for many people to simply wipe with toilet paper after a bowel movement, the quality of the stool and the person's age may make it hard to clean, requiring multiple wipes. If this is the case, washing one's anus with a warm water washing toilet seat may be best.
Remember that the skin on one's anus is delicate. Strong water pressure or washing too long can cause inflammation, so be careful.
Wiping forcefully can press stool into the wrinkles and recesses on the anus. This can irritate the skin and make the symptoms of hemorrhoids even worse. Press the toilet paper against your anus gently when wiping.
Gently wash the anus with a warm water washing toilet seat. If you do not have access to a toilet with this function, use a bath shower. Take care not to turn the water pressure too high.
Use a towel to wipe away any water on your anus. Instead of forcefully wiping water away, gently pat with a towel.
Lately, more and more people are finding it difficult to have a bowel movement without using a warm water washing toilet seat, and when using in such a way on a daily basis, they may develop what is known as "warm water washing toilet seat syndrome". Warm water washing toilet seat syndrome refers to washing one's anus excessively, resulting in skin inflammation or gradually finding it difficult to having a bowel movement without stimulation such as using the warm water washing toilet seat as an enema. Make sure to pay attention to how often and how you use a warm water washing toilet seat.