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Anal Itch Pain
See your doctor: A physical exam will help your doctor make the proper diagnosis After checking you she will determine if it is an infection as well as an STD. This may require culture and sensitivity as well as prescription medication. Of course more discussion is in order if you are having anal sex with regard to prevention of many STDs. Get checked soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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I am experiencing itching between thighs, vaginal itching, vaginal discharge, genital numbness,, vaginal odor, pelvic pain, lower back pain?
Pain after passing stool, aching rectum when sitting, mucus covered stool, Small bumps inside anus. Stabbing pain in anus? Hemorroid? What to do?
Redness and burning from perineum (female) to anus. Constipated, always have to strain poop. Anus looks like it's bruised. Hemorrhoid?
Probably : Can try some hemorrhoid cream for now, but ou should go to your primary care provider to get it looked at to be sure. Ok to get in within the next week or two unless symptoms are more severe. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Cancer, unlikely: Such symptoms are not likely to be caused by cancer which in this area often causes rectal bleeding. I would suggest that your cleam your bottom with water after each bowel movement and dry is completely before you put on your underwear. if this does not help in 1-2 days, buy an over the counter cream like Zinc oxide and apply this twice daily for 3-5 days. if it does not help, go see your docto ...Read more
Prititus Ani: This is termed pruritus ani. It may or may not be associated with hemorrhoids. Area should be kept clean & dry. Moisture can make problem worse. Avoid using wipes containing alcohol since this can cause skin dryness & make problem worse. Warm water soaks in bathtub + high fiber diet may be if benefit. External cream such as proctofoam may also help. Good hygiene is key. ...Read more