Learning About Breast Cancer
1. Although it may feel clumsy at first, repeated efforts to do this with the other hand/arm do start to work.
2. There are toilet suites that can be fitted that perform this function for you with water rather than paper and even have puffs of warm air to dry you at the end. These were developed in Japan and 70% of Tokyo households have them installed. Quote a few muslim countries also have these installed. I have used them there and they were great. One brand is called Washlet but it is costly. I have seen them for $5,000 and in Australia I was quoted $3,000 by my plumber to buy and install one. This is a whole system centred on the toilet with warmed water, adjustable jets, warm air for drying - some even have built in music and other features. Some are quite over the top.
3.In Australia we also have a company called The Bidet Shop that sell a simple to install product they call the Bidet Toilet Seat for AUD$200. You can self-install in as the seat for an existing toilet - retrofit - so avoid the high costs of a new system and a plumber. It is also marketed for people with handicaps, the elderly, the inflexible and anyone serious about reducing their exposure to germs such as those with compromised immune system eg., people having chemotherapy.
4.Anyone who has ever used one of these paperless toilets will never want to go back to the standard version!