Whenever I go to the bathroom and go #2, I wipe myself clean, but then 30 minutes later I go back to the bathroom, because of discomfort and need to wipe again. I also have a problem where after I go #2 I need to go again about 10-15 minutes later. I don't think I have much fat in my diet or anything, but it gets annoying having to go all the time and worrying that I'm smelly. Please help, this is really an embarrasing problem.
It sounds like you may need to adjust your diet a little and be sure to get plenty of fiber and drink water to prevent constipation. Also, there are moist towelettes that you can buy that may help you get the area a little more clean. Just be sure to only use them for your anal area when you have a bowel movement. Using the moist towelettes on your vaginal area can sometimes lead to yeast infections. good luck.
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