The best product for anal discharge is a pad called "Burterfly Pads." They are available on Amazon and are specifically designed to manage the messy nuisance of anal discharge.
You will not find "Butterly Pads" at a local pharmacy or Walgreens or Rite Aide. I have only find Butterfly Pads stocked on Amazon.
The beauty of these pads is their shape, design, and adhesive. These pads are unique and one of a kind. As the name implies, lButterfly Pads" are shaped like a butterfly with wings. The pad folds and tucks up between the buttocks cheeks. A light adhesive keeps them in place. Once positioned, you do not even know they are there.
Fabulous. Fabulous. These pads are fabulous. These pads make a huge emotional difference in trying to contend with anal discharge.
Go to Amazon and type into the search bar: "Butterfly Pads for anal discharge." You will be a happy camper.
I did have a look at them and went through the comments. What I noticed is that you have to be fairly careful about the placement as they are fairly small and that these are kind of one use only. That is you change them when you go to the bathroom. They do have the advantage of being flushable.
With the Depends Shields, you don't have to be that careful about placement as it covers a relatively big area and can use one during the day and one at night and it will take care of any incontience issues. I have been pretty close a few times after radiology appointments.
I would like to pick some up today as I have to rearrange the cloth diapers every time I go to the bathroom.
I've been able to figure out the difference between the tumor coming out and regular pooping. With the tumor, there's no real pain. With poop, there's the razor-blade feeling.
The tumor pieces come out fairly frequently, I'd say the urge is there about once an hour. Could just be that the gas is aggravating the tumor feeling too.