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Will Wiping My Anus Too Hard Cause Hemorrhoids?

Casing by itself will not cause hemorrhoids, but wiping can reduce existing hemorrhoids. To prevent this from happening, you need to allow each bowel movement to release its entire contents before wiping.

If you have internal hemorrhoids then wiping them hard can cause bleeding hemorrhoids. The bleeding may also be due to hard stools and scratching hemorrhoids as they pass. Exterior hemorrhoids may start to bleed if you wipe the area too much or too hard.

If at any point you get diarrhea while experiencing haemorrhoids, this can cause painful hemorrhoids. This is because you sweep more often and aggravate the affected area. It's always a good idea to be as clean as possible when you have diarrhea, to stop it from spreading. Do this by washing your hands carefully each time you have a bowel movement.

Since wiping can affect your hemorrhoids, it's best to try and avoid it. Alternatively you may want to take a shower to wash the toilet after using the toilet and then pat dry with a towel. Soap is not always a good idea as it can interfere with hemorrhoids. If you feel like you need to clean then I suggest using a wet piece of toilet paper using cold water and gently cleaning the area.

To ease the hemorrhoids of pain then you may find bathing in warm saline areas 2-3 times a day will help. This can help reduce the swelling of the bloodstream if hemorrhoids have been strangled. (Known as thrombosed hemorrhoids) A healthy diet with a lot of fiber will help the bowel movement by softening the stools and allowing them to pass more easily. Certain foods like fast foods and foods that are high in fat, should be avoided.



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