This is a disgusting story, so if you’re prone to nausea, I recommend reading the news story that came up today. It’s a little embarrassing, but it’s just me and my computer when I’m writing, so nothing to be embarrassed about. The fact that potentially millions of people will read about my butthole doesn’t matter. Because it hasn’t happened yet, and even if it does, it doesn’t matter when it happens. My butthole is a part of me and I am a part of my butthole.
Hemorrhoids. If you’ve never tried it, explain it the best you can (for those who haven’t) offal You already know the immense pain and mental anguish they inflicted, no reason to read this paragraph): Easiest comparison is fucking hot glass shards. The blood part sucks, but women deal with it all the time, so who can I complain about? The worst thing is knowing you have to go to the bathroom and then deciding not to go because you’ll be bedridden all day if you don’t (of course you can lie in bed and think about how much it hurts). But doing nothing only makes things worse 😉 !). And not going to the bathroom makes me sick to my stomach.
Physical pain is strange because it seems like something that is made up. “Hoax” means both psychosomatic and hoax-like. There’s no way anyone would know you’re in pain unless you’re obviously missing an arm or something. Pain requires trust. Trust yourself and trust other human beings to know that you are not crazy and that you are actually hurt. Because if you don’t, you’ll end up moaning and moaning for attention. But I digress. We’re here to talk about the medical effects of cannabis related to these little devilish, oozing and swollen veins.
According to the first website that comes up when you google “hemorrhoids cannabis”: Florida Hemorrhoid Treatment Center: “Medical cannabis has anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain-relieving) properties, which can help hemorrhoid sufferers reduce the discomfort caused by hemorrhoids. In addition, cannabis can reduce stress, anxiety, and insomnia.” Known to be naturally relieving, it can be used to prevent many of the negative effects of hemorrhoidal disease.” Er.
One time, while in the shower, the idea of sitting on the toilet seemed like the worst possible option, so I was fed up with standing. The second google result is health line, describes CBD. They ask the question, “Can CBD help hemorrhoids?” Answer, “At this time, there does not appear to be any research specifically on the effects of CBD on hemorrhoids.” Some are just as useless. That doesn’t mean this article was helpful. Perhaps I’m just contributing to the confusion…Also, according to Healthline, ” world health organization It states that CBD is generally considered safe. However, if you are applying CBD, Topically With hemorrhoids it is best to keep some safety information in mind. Avoid applying her CBD to damaged skin. ” This is inherently impossible because the skin is torn every time you pass stool.
I have tried stool softeners, probiotics and sitz baths. Preparation H (ointment, wipe, and suppository!), it worked for a while, but it didn’t work. I also tried the edible ones, which made the pain worse as I started to focus more on the pain. I’m sure it’s not the case for others. I saw two doctors, one for abdominal pain and the other for hemorrhoids. Both were very nice, but in the end, I got nothing from either visit. The first person asked if I drank. I told him that I will take a year off. And his advice was, “Well, maybe you should start drinking again.” He wore a quirky tie, so I suspect that was his expression of humor. Both said it was probably due to stress and that surgery was always needed if things got worse.
Well, in my mind, I thought things were already at their worst, but I wasn’t and unfortunately still isn’t, and I really wanted someone. I didn’t think so. rubber band or staple So when I had a recurrence of particularly bad symptoms, I decided to smoke a joint instead. As I said earlier, cannabis wasn’t very helpful in that area, so it wasn’t a pain management issue, but I needed a new way to think about this issue I was working on. And that’s exactly what I received. Pain is a very physical force, but I thought it was a force that the mind controls. So suddenly the disease became a gift of sorts, a test of my patience not only with pain, but with all other forms of suffering. I was reading a book then. I forget which book it was, but it was pretty boring. And, almost unable to stand, I decided to stop and finish reading. I didn’t eat anything or drink any water, I just stood there reading. It took a few hours, but when it was all over, the pain subsided and it was as if all the spiritual chains that were trying to cut me off were broken.
I don’t know if “spiritual” is the right word, but that’s what I chose. There was light bleeding here and there. I have to push my rectum after pooping to get my external hemorrhoids to become internal hemorrhoids, and I’m not sure if I should, but it seems safer away from this cold, cold world. That said, I’m sure I still have them, but they don’t burn me (I think this is a normal reaction, unless I eat spicy food — or at least I’m I’m telling you), I don’t interrupt work to roll around in bed, and most importantly, there’s no pus that smells like sulfur and assholes. All of the above could come back, but let’s be optimistic here.
It’s a pity that I had to preface by saying, “This is a nasty story.” it’s not. What’s sickening is that we can’t share the truth without being criticized or feeling like it’s true. But I don’t know how to fix it.I do Know that hemorrhoids are no laughing matter unless you hit rock bottom and have nothing else to do ass I laugh (laughs). I hope that doesn’t happen, but if you find yourself in such a predicament, here are a few things that make the pain manageable for me.
- A sitz bath works for as long as you’re in it, but you can’t sit in a butt soaking tub all day…
- Please masturbate!
- (Not related to the above) Just lying in bed is no good. Get some fresh air and take a walk around the city block.
- Finally, it may sound cheesy, but know that you are not alone (About 1 in 20 Americans have hemorrhoids) And, although it may not seem like it, there comes a time when you don’t want to kill yourself. And I don’t use this word lightly.