Sitting down too much?

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Sitting down too much?

Postby bottice » 10 Apr 2019, 03:49

So I read that sitting on a toilet for too long is not good for you and can make your fissure get worse.
But what about on a chair?
I'm working at a job that pretty much makes me sit in a chair for like 8 hours a day.
Would that slow down or stop the healing process?
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Re: Sitting down too much?

Postby Bloodybum » 10 Apr 2019, 12:40

I'm in a similar situation and in the few weeks I've been dealing with this I've found sitting too long makes it angry.
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Re: Sitting down too much?

Postby bottice » 11 Apr 2019, 18:19

it gets angry? yikes!

So did it just flare up again and caused pain or something else?
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Re: Sitting down too much?

Postby Bloodybum » 11 Apr 2019, 18:59

Yeah it seems like especially for the 5 or so hours after a BM, the fetal position is safest for avoiding spasms. Sitting or standing more than a few minutes will often start to hurt, depending on how good of a day I'm having.
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