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Old 01-12-2008, 03:03 AM
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Default Treatment for Itchy Bum?

Hi everyone,

I'm for Los Angeles and I've been reading the forum for quite some time. The posts on hyperhidrosis were really interesting. I had no severe sweating was a medical condition called hyperhidrosis. After reading this forum I referred on my brother for botox and he is pratically ecstatic with the results.

The hyperhidrosis threads got me thinking about other things that affect my life. Is there also a medical condition to describe an itchy bottom. Not just a little bit itchy. But the bum is just always itchy especially around the anus area. It is so bad I squirm during meetings and take extra breaks just to go to the toilet and scratch. At first I thought it was worms but I've taken 3 courses of anti-worm tablets and the bum is still maddenly itchy.

Can Botox help this too?

I've done a fair bit of searching and I'm asking because this condition is affecting me even more than my brother's hyperhidrosis.
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Old 01-12-2008, 09:53 AM
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Default Different worm types

I hope this isn't spam but surely its just a case of cleaning really thoroughly around the area and wiping it well.


As long as you are sure you have covered all the different worm tablets. It could still be worms if its really really itchy.
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Old 01-12-2008, 08:20 PM
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Is this more spam? I wish the moderators would keep better control of this
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Old 01-12-2008, 08:22 PM
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Default Wash the area well!

I had a similar problem after going camping and drinking stream water *shudder*


Keep pushing on with the anti-worming tablets


And wash really really well in the area. You have my sympathy. That time was a TERRIBLE 2 months of my life. Embarressing as hell too
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Old 01-12-2008, 10:37 PM
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Default Pruiritis Anii

I think this is actually a medical condition. A bit like severe sweating = hyperhidrosis.


A really really severely itching anus = pruiritis anii.


Surely just washing it a lot better and more gently is the answer
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Old 02-12-2008, 07:08 AM
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Seriously people. It can be either:

1. Not trying enough anti-worm tablets. I've tried everyone avaialable twice, went to my family doctor to check if I hadn't missed any and then took them all again. if there are any worms causing the itchiness they are dead. Perhaps its their little eggs still there making it itchy?

2. I clean thoroughly. It must take an extra 15 minutes every visit to wipe then wash after every number two. If I am at home I duck into the shower and wash the area with antiseptic soap. I carry around some alcohol wipes when I am out to clean the area after wiping. The area is dedinitely clean. Its probably the cleanest area on my body.


Has anyone got any other suggestions?
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Old 02-12-2008, 11:13 PM
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Default Itchy bum

Sounds like candida or even fungus. Google both for treatment. I've heard some people who have herpes have itchy anus at times of herpes outbreak, lasting a few days.
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Old 03-12-2008, 03:07 AM
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Default Herpes??????

Herpes?


Nah definitely not herpes.


Not possible.

Not down there. And there are no sores anyway. I've looked multiple times. I guess I could give the anti-fungals a go
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Old 03-12-2008, 07:58 AM
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Default Wash less

I am pretty sure this pruiritis anii is something my brother had.
Like you he worried about it incessantly and is a total neat freak.

To our great surprise after years of searching the answer was to wash less. Apparently the excessive washing irritates the sensitive skin.


Just a thought that to go forward you might have to do less!
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Old 05-12-2008, 11:58 PM
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thanks for that starfish,

I did a quick google search on pruiritis ani. Perhaps you are onto something.

Maybe I've been cleaning too much and thats whats making it itchy.

I might give it a go. Its practically the only thing I haven't tried anyway
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