If you've noticed blood when wiping your bottom — and you're not on your period — there are a few reasons why it might be happening. And while there are instances when seeing pink or red in the toilet bowl might not be a huge cause for concern, deciphering the okay from the book-in-with-your-GP-right-now isn't exactly easy to nail. To get more clued up, WH tapped up gynaecologist Dr Anne Henderson, for her guide to some of the reasons why you might be dealing with this not-so-pleasant issue.
This post is dedicated to all those people who find that they have to do endless wiping after bowel movement. To save time and lots of reading, we recommend that you stop using toilet paper to wipe and instead use the Charmin flushable wet wipes that does a great job cleaning your butt thoroughly leaving you flesh and clean and with a pleasant scent. I have seen it on email.
Each week, we look at something that you could do but probably never would, and take it to its logical endpoint. Depending on your fiber intake or the current state of your gut, the prospect has varying levels of consequence. But what if you neglected wiping altogether? What might start to happen down there?
When it comes to universal human activities, nothing is more overlooked than post-defecation clean up. But does everyone perform this common behavior the same way? Of course not.
You will now embark upon a brief journey through some of the more popular and fascinating wiping methods over the centuries. And why has hygiene related to the least clean part of our bodies been so slow to develop? Pessoi as wiping objects are found in Ancient Greek art, writings, and even proverbs.
The American guy who forced female flight attendants to wipe his ass after taking a shit L ; the traumatised flight attendant Amily Kuo. Here is a truly wild sentence: the obese American guy who made a splash in January of for forcing Taiwanese female flight attendants to wipe his ass after he took a dump on an EVA Air flight from LA to Taipei has been declared dead. The airline found out from their lawyer that the man had passed away sometime in March while on vacation in Thailand.
Anal hygieneor anal cleansingrefers to hygienic practices that are performed on a person's anususually shortly after defecation. The anus and buttocks may be washed or wiped typically with toilet paper or wet wipes in order to remove remnants of fecal matter. In Muslim and Hindu cultures, as well as in Southeast Asia and Southern Europewater is usually used for anal cleansing—using a jet, as with a bidetor most commonly using the hand.
Curtis Asbury, MD sees it all the time. Peering into their sore bottom, Asbury nods solemnly, then delivers news most people never expect to hear. A dermatologist practicing in Selbyville, Delaware, Asbury has seen an uptick in the number of people coming in expressing dissatisfaction with their rectal hygiene.