Should Pregnant Mothers be using the Butt Wiping Tools?

Pregnant women have difficult wiping bottom

I never knew this; that pregnant mothers could be having difficulty wiping their butts after emptying their bowels but after my wife was pregnant with our second born son and she either kept there for too long or came tired and a little bit frustrated after a visit to the washroom, it is then that I knew. After going to the toilet she also made sure to go to the tub and clean and I wondered whether she was remaining with some poop after bowel emptying.

pregnant moms have trouble reaching their butts

Let me admit this, it was kinda awkward to ask her what was amiss. And even more awkward when she had to tell me that she was actually having difficulty reaching. It was as though her hands had shrunk. And yes, they must have seemed to be shrinking because she was 6 months pregnant and the bump was so big. She clearly needed a extension arm to wipe her behind.

 

Initially before the bump, she would wipe her bottom from front to back. That is what they are all told ever since they were young girls. That  a woman should wipe their butt from front to back to prevent their genitalia from getting UTIs and all bacterial infections from the feces. So here she was struggling to continue doing it even in her pregnancy but it was getting harder. The bump was soo big that getting to the front was a problem. And so she thought about doing it from back to front. But was afraid of getting a UTI.

 

So since I had already started doing some reviews on these toileting items, I advised her to try the freedom wand tool.

Why use the freedom wand for pregnant mothers having problems wiping their butts?

  1. The freedom wand tool is the longest tool that one can ever use. It comes with a head, a stretcher and tail. When all are connected together, they stretch out to a maximum length of 21 inches.
  2. The freedom wand tool can be used for many purposes be it for wiping your butt, shaving off parts you cannot reach or even bathing your back when you attach it to a shower loofah.
  3.  The freedom wand tool can be used with a tissue paper, wet wipes or even a wash cloth. It can also hold an ointment pad when you want to apply ointments to unreachable parts of the body.
  4. It comes with a bag for easy portability and as such on is able to carry it with them even when they are travelling.