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Haemorrhoids and bidet toilet seats

Posted by Bidets2go on 7th Nov 2022

If you have or have ever had haemorrhoids, then you know that they can be very painful and uncomfortable. Haemorrhoid pain occurs when veins swell under the skin in the area that is directly around the outside and the inside of your anal sphincter. This area quickly becomes swollen and dilated, making the affected area even more sensitive than before. When you wipe yourself after going to the bathroom, the result is a lot of pain and possibly bleeding. Going to the toilet becomes an unpleasant exercise. Severe haemorrhoids can sometimes require a visit to a doctor for treatment, which may sometimes mean painful and uncomfortable surgery.

However, modern technology has come up with a convenient alternative that can help: an attachable bidet toilet seat or under-toilet seat bidet attachment. A gentle spray of water does all the cleansing and replaces the abrasive action of toilet paper that can irritate and further aggravate sensitive haemorrhoids.

Using a bidet toilet seat or under-toilet seat bidet attachment can help decrease the pain and discomfort of existing haemorrhoids and also reduce the chances of them reappearing or of developing in the future. The spray of water to the rectal canal can also help ease constipation by loosening stools, which minimises straining and prevents further aggravation to the haemorrhoids.

This means that the benefits of such a device are twofold, relieving some of the pain that is associated with having haemorrhoids and improving the health of the rectal area.

If you currently have haemorrhoids, or if you are prone to developing them, it is well worth considering the benefits provided by a bidet toilet seat or under-toilet seat bidet attachment.

For further information please contact Bidets2go, the Australian Distributor of Bio Bidet toilet seats and under-toilet seat bidet attachments at