Friday, March 31, 2017

Revisiting WHY butt plugs cure hemorrhoids

Can a butt plug really cure hemorrhoids?


Yes.

I was plagued with hemorrhoids after spending my entire adult working life sitting behind a desk. I also know from being told that truck drivers, for example, are prone to hemorrhoids, because they also do a lot of sitting. But after four years of living plugged 24/7/365, I haven't had a single hemmie.

If we had a tiny camera to show us what the anal opening (that scrunched up little pucker) is doing throughout the day, we would of course see that it opens and closes to allow turds to pass out of our bodies (or cocks to slide in), but more importantly, we would see that simply walking is going to cause that anal opening area to move and scrunch, and we also have muscles that we can contract that also cause some movement on the sphincter. Sitting all day would just cause that area to be scrunched up with no healthy movement. But another important point is to look closely at the anus opening on the left. See all that wrinkled skin? If you don't clean yourself thoroughly every day and during the day, guess what? It's going to collect waste matter, allow a perfect environment for bacteria and that will just exacerbate the problem.

The classic butt plug is so-called because of
its shape.
Some of my readers follow this blog looking for answers to their own hemorrhoids, and I thought their questions were important. First, I don't think it's necessary to be plugged 24/7/365. That's just my own delicious fetish. I remember that even when I tried my first plug over 20 years ago, the first thing I ever thought about was keeping the plug in my ass, because it felt so good.

And I tried, oh how I tried, but back then plugs were just these rubber things that look like the "classic" plug. I soon discovered I could easily sleep in this first plug, but I couldn't wear it for long once I was up and moving around. The problem was always the base. It was a rounded  thing like a stopper against my anal opening and no matter how soft the base was or how thick or how thin, it eventually dug into my anal opening skin between my butt cheeks. And eventually I just gave up using a butt plug at all. That was until 2013 when I eventually bought the icicles (after trying the modern classic and other plugs). My ass with the Icicles inserted is in the upper righthand corner of this blog post. That's my ass and it's sporting what I call the donut-shaped ring base that fits between my butt cheeks like a coin in a slot. It's fairly thick, smooth glass and it NEVER hurts.

Not only that, but the top of the ring (attached to the shaft) slips into the anal opening a little when I'm sitting and comes out a little when I stand, so it provides some massaging of the anal opening. But the glass plug has a shaft that's about 1.5 inches long, is about 3/4 inches in diameter and even when I'm sitting it holds the sphincter open, as the sphincter tries to close, and walking causes all kinds of cool movement. Thus the anal opening and sphincter are constantly being massaged. That is the key to reversing the effects of the hemorrhoids...blood flow, movement, massage, all done with such a smooth object there's never any discomfort. The Icicles is curved as well, I stick it in my butt with the curved head away from my prostate. Otherwise, I'd be getting a prostate massage all day long and that can be a bit uncomfortable after a while.

Because the butt plug works on the sphincter and the anal opening throughout the day the massage effect does wonders for eventually bringing the anal opening back to health, as if you're leading an active life and not a sedentary one. Of course, I am meticulous about enemas and cleanliness, as well. And, I have to say, if I have a bout of the runs or have eaten food that wants to go through me faster than normal, I have no qualms about going without my plug for the duration. Diet plays an important part too in keeping me regular. No lettuce for me. I make up for my greens with other vegetables. I also eat a high fiber diet, which helps to bulk up the waste and elimination is clean. And even though we call it a butt PLUG, it won't plug the hole and things can get messy.

Here's a simple video of a man inserting a butt plug...


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