Sitz baths are very helpful for a woman after childbirth. A sitz bath can also be used to treat hemorrhoids, prostate infections, anal and vaginal fissures, and ease the discomfort of genital herpes, and vaginal or bladder infections. Sitting in warm water allows more blood to reach the impacted area, promoting healing and helping with any discomfort.
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Directions for Use: Fill your bathtub with warm water. The water should be warm enough to be almost uncomfortable, but not warm enough to burn. It should be just deep enough to cover your buttocks and hips. Relax in the water for about 20-30 minutes. It is recommended to do this several times a week to promote healing. When you get out of your sitz bath, make sure you dry the area with a clean, cotton towel. Be sure to pat, not rub dry, or let the area air dry.