Butt and Bowel diseases

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome and when does it occur?

How can anal fistulas be treated?

What should I consider when it comes to hygiene and what helps against pain?

While the procedure itself only takes a few minutes, it can take a few weeks to heal and can also be painful.For hygiene, it is important to treat the wound with antiseptic hip baths and ointments and to shower them off.As a reminder, the wound is open.That's why you have to be careful and hygienic with it.You should also gently shower yourself around the affected region after each bowel movement, for which our bottom shower is ideal.Your jet is particularly gentle and can have a particularly beneficial effect after such an operation.
You can avoid pain by not pushing too hard when going to the toilet, but by taking your time.Also, try to make sure your stool is soft.A high-fiber diet is good for this.Painkillers are also possible in consultation with your doctor.However, do not decide this on your own, as a previous illness (e.g. Crohn’s disease) rules out certain medications.