The Buttpillow™️ Patented “Ergonomic Seating Cushion”

The Buttpillow™️ “Patented Ergonomic Seating Cushion” has a hidden wave-form cut-out that elevates the peri-anal area for individuals suffering with hemorrhoids, vaginal pain, dyspareunia, and prostatitis. It has an ergonomic wedge shape to help sitting individuals maintain the natural curve of the spine (lordosis) to minimize risk factors for low back pain, and pelvic pain. It is made with medium density open-cell foam, topped with soft density open-cell foam for maximum buttock envelopment and pressure reduction to minimize risk factors for the development of pressure sores, DVT, varicose veins, and sciatica.

Is All This Sitting . . . A Pain in the Butt?

 

Sit on The Buttpillow (TM) . . . “Patented Ergonomic Seating Cushion”

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The Buttpillow (TM) Patented “Ergonomic Seating Cushion” at Google Patents
  • The Buttpillow (™) “Patented Ergonomic Seating Cushion” is made with medium density open-cell foam topped with soft, convoluted foam for maximum pressure reduction;
  • The Buttpillow (™)  has a hidden “wave” peri-anal and tailbone cut-out made out of medium density foam AND an oval peri-anal cutout made out of soft convoluted foam to minimize risk factors for hemorrhoidal pain, vaginal pain / prostate pain and tailbone pain;   
  • The Buttpillow (™) has an ergonomic wedge shape to maintain the natural curve of the spine while seated (lordosis) to reduce risk factors for low back pain caused by sitting.

Relieve and Prevent Pain & Problems While Sitting!

  • Low Back Pain
  • Tail-bone Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Hemorrhoids
  • After surgery
  • After childbirth
  • Prostate Pain
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Pelvic/vaginal Pain
  • Varicose veins
  • Pressure sores
  • Deep vein Thrombosis

Dyspareunia | Painful Intercourse

Dyspareunia is defined as genital pain that occurs before, during or after intercourse. This is a common sexual problem. Dyspareunia can occur in women and men. Some sources estimate dyspareunia occurs in two-thirds of all women. The medical literature does not quantify the number of men with this condition. Vaginal infections or infections of the prostate are the most common successfully-treated causes of dyspareunia.

What is Dyspareunia?

Dyspareunia (difficult mating) is defined as genital pain that occurs before, during, or after intercourse.

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