Click to return to home page

ANUPAD™ can be used for many different anorectal problems.

  • Use as an absorbent pad - Protection from “life’s little leaks”
    Nobody likes to talk about it, but many people (both men and women) over the age of 50 experience mild bowel leakage. ANUPAD™ can be used as a soft absorbent dry pad to soak up bowel leakage.
  • Bicyclists - Use for Dry Comfort and sweat absorption
    ANUPAD™ could be your best kept secret for eliminating the “Swamp Butt” many riders get.
  • Use for Diarrhea
    Helps to absorb the small watery discharge common with diarrhea.
  • Use for Crohns
    The side effects of Cohn's Disease are often diarrhea and or hemorrhoids.

Uses for your Tuck-it™ Tool.

If you don’t like using your fingers to insert things between your buttocks, use Tuck-it™ Tool.

  • Can be used to insert any anal pad product such as B-Sure and Butterfly.
  • Can be used with Tucks and similar witch hazel products.
  • Can be used with baby wipes.

And it can be used to extract pads from between your buttocks. Just turn it over and the rubber finger grip can be used to push out pads from between your buttocks.

© and TM 2017 Ten Minute Inc.
The ANUPAD logo, ANUPAD, and Tuck-it Tool are trademarks of Ten Minute, Inc. All third party trademarks referenced on this website remain the property of their respective owners. Unless specifically identified as such, Ten Minute’s use of third party trademarks does not indicate any relationship, sponsorship, or endorsement between Ten Minute and the owners of these trademarks. Any references by Ten Minute to third party trademarks is to identify the corresponding third party products and is considered nominative fair use under trademark law.

Disclaimer: We recommend that you read labels, warnings, and directions before using a anorectal relief product. Content on this site is for reference purposes and is not intended to substitute for advice given by a physician, pharmacist, or other licensed health-care professional. You should not use this information as self-diagnosis and should seek the advice of a Doctor.