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5. Things You Should Know About Your Butt
Health & Fitness
So. Butts. Let’s do this thing.
Butt acne is totally common, and also treatable.
It can be treated with topical medications and also lasers
Baby wipes aren’t just bad for the plumbing, they can be bad for your butt too.
“A lot of people get allergic reactions and contact dermatitis from baby wipes,” Green says. “You want to use soap and water and regular toilet paper instead.” If you have a particularly sensitive bum, use a mild soap with no added perfumes.
It’s surprisingly common to have itchy or burning ~skin situations~ going on in the butt region.
“A lot of patients have psoriasis or eczema in that area and don’t realize it,” Green says. It could also be allergies to the toilet paper or creams you use. Itchy, burning skin feelings can happen on the cheeks, in the crack, or even around the anus.
If your hemorrhoids are larger and more problematic, there are other ways to deal with them.
Like banding, where the doctor puts rubber bands on them to choke off the blood supply. “It’s painful, so we try to limit doing that,” Muldoon says. Don’t try it at home.
Pregnancy also causes hemorrhoids in a big way.
For starters, your baby is pushing down on your pelvic structure, which engorges the blood vessels down there, Muldoon says. And pregnancy can often go hand in hand with constipation, which means more straining to begin with. And then comes childbirth, which is basically the biggest straining of your entire life.