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CoronaIsWatching Sun 15-Nov-20 17:12:40

What worked for you?

It's been a week now since my bum started hurting after getting in from a long walk. I took a hot shower after and had a feel around. To my horror I felt the rubbery lump down there straight away sad It's about the size of a marble and is so uncomfortable. I'm not pregnant it's just come out of the blue at 32 years of age. Luckily it's not bled yet or got any bigger, but I read most sort themselves out within a few days but as it's now been a week I don't think mine will. So I'm going to morrisons to get some cream tomorrow. I've been eyeing up anusol if anyone has experience with that brand?

I know most people get that at some point but that doesn't stop it being so shit. They alternate between being feeling painful in a stinging/burning way or really itchy.

Everytime I sneeze it feels like my arse is going to explode sad

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Bigkingdom Sun 15-Nov-20 19:05:17

I gave birth 5 days ago and also have piles. I can’t even go to the toilet so i’m getting constipated as well. I’m calling my doctor tomorrow for some cream or something. They really hurt!

nancywhisky Sun 15-Nov-20 19:13:34

Poke it back up inside when your'e in the shower and after a poo And keep the area super clean.

Anusol is pants.

Scheriproct on prescription is what you want.

Grimbot Sun 15-Nov-20 19:36:52

I had them after ds2 was born. The nurse stitching me up commented on it blush but weirdly I had no pain with them whatsoever until a few months later and it was absolute agony. If it’s just uncomfortable rather than very painful anusol might work but if not call your GP. I tried many over the counter things before I gave in and went to the GP and the cream I was prescribed (Proctosedl) worked amazingly, they were gone and pain free within a couple of days.

nancywhisky Sun 15-Nov-20 19:51:32

Grimbot - is your username a legacy from those times..... ;)

dingledongle Sun 15-Nov-20 20:00:09

Sudocrem helped mine 😊

myusernamewastakenbyme Sun 15-Nov-20 20:19:06

I had piles during the 1st lockdown...i was in agony....nurse prescribed anusol which went up my bum and it then cleared up quickly.

1400spincycle Sun 15-Nov-20 20:21:56

if you got for annulsol get the annusol HC, much better!

Grimbot Sun 15-Nov-20 22:40:34

😂 @nancywhisky thankfully not! My son is a go jetters maniac and the piles have long gone!

20viona Sun 15-Nov-20 22:45:12

Anusol cream is crap try the suppositories.

CoronaIsWatching Mon 16-Nov-20 18:21:55

Well I bought the anusol today, I'm hoping it will help as I think mine is relatively small. I will apply it tonight and will keep you all updated..

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Bluntness100 Mon 16-Nov-20 18:25:00

Witch hazel shrinks them back op. I had one when I had my daughter knocked it on the head,

ritzbiscuits Mon 16-Nov-20 18:36:26

Agree re: anusol, I've been trying that for weeks and scheriproct sorted it out in couple of days!

CoronaIsWatching Mon 16-Nov-20 18:47:50

ritzbiscuits

Agree re: anusol, I've been trying that for weeks and scheriproct sorted it out in couple of days!

Can you get that over the counter?

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CoronaIsWatching Fri 20-Nov-20 15:48:57

Just to let you know after 5 days on the anusol it's now shrunk to the size of a pea and my bum is feeling much less delicate, i'd definitely recommend giving it a go

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