Claudine wrote:Meaning that a more expensive one, with better control of the flow, is definitely the way to go! Something gentle...
Claudine wrote:!!! I'm not sure what to think now? Several people on this forum swore by the bidet... Maybe we should hold off and see how bad things are for DH?
Claudine wrote:Too late anyway - DH ordered one, a very fancy (and expensive) one, but that means adjustable water pressure, warm air dryer, warm water, adjustable nozzle position, etc... I guess I'll report on his experience in a few weeks!
Don’t want a crazy straw, or a garden or fireman hose.
Claudine wrote:Well, here we are, 3 days post ileostomy reversal surgery. That part went very well, and DH was released from the hospital yesterday morning; his ostomy wound is healing well. His transit is working too, so far, no ileus like he had back in April. Unfortunately (but that was expected), it's working "too well" at the moment and he's basically living on the commode Good thing we got a fancy bidet (BioBidet BB2000), we installed it yesterday and it helps a great deal as he was already "raw" after 24 hours.
The doc doesn't want him to take anything like Imodium or Metamucil for a couple of weeks, to give his system a chance to work on its own. Good thing he can work remotely! I really hope things improve a little soon, because he's pretty miserable at the moment
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