Yes I have but a Hand Bidet Sprayer is better than a Bidet. Bidets are expensive and don't fit in more bathrooms. A Hand Bidet Sprayer is inexpensive and requires no new plumbing or floor space. It also actually does a better job cleaning you because it provides a more powerful water spray right at the toilet and more control of where it sprays. It also make cleaning the toilet a breeze. See www.bathroomsprayers.com.
Only in hospital and you still have to get dry so it is a bit of a paradox really because toilet paper won't "dry" you, it just falls to bits then you are left with . . "Do I use the hand towel . . ?" Not so keen myself but have long mused over getting a Hand Bidet Sprayer.
I haven't used one but have been toying with the idea of getting one for some years now. There was one I was interested in that attached to your own toilet so no additional cleaning an extra toilet. It also had warm air to dry you.
I have never used one. I don't quite understand how you get dry after using one. If you have to use paper, well I think that would be a waste of time (and water). If you have to use heat like as in a hair dryer or similar, that would be too noisy and time consuming (maybe). Just don't know……….someone educate me if you have the time, please