|If the anal itching is ongoing then it becomes
important to isolate the reason for the problem. While good hygiene and topical
solutions can eliminate local problems, parasites, yeast infections, STD's or auto immune
diseases can be more problematic to relieve.
Preventing anal itching by cleanliness and good hygiene will save a lot of grief and discomfort.
Anal itching is an irritation of the skin at the exit of the rectum, (known as the anus), usually accompanied by the desire to scratch.
The intensity of anal itching increases from moisture,
pressure, and abrasion caused by clothing and sitting. At its most intense, anal itching
causes extreme discomfort that often is described as burning and soreness. Anal itching
can be caused by irritating chemicals in the foods we eat, such as in spices, hot sauces,
and peppers. It also can be caused by the irritation of liquid stools, diarrhea, or
escape of small amounts of stool (incontinence).
In many cases, you can prevent some anal itching by using the following practices:
In many cases, anal itch can be treated by:
Thoroughly, but gently, wash and dry the anal area
after every bowel movement, use a clean warm wet washcloth and pat dry with a soft towel
or you can dry with hairdryer set on lowest heat setting. But be careful not to burn
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