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Anal Itching And Leakage What Could The Problem Be
Many things: Inadequate fluid can cause some leakage and difficult hygeine after a bm. If the stool is pasty and smears and you use a lot of tissue to get clean, and then 1-3 hrs later have soiled, you are behind on your fluids by 4-5 glasses. Also excess caffeine can cause the leakage and itching. Best to eliminate caffeiene and increase your fluids. Should resolve in 10-14 days. ...Read more
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more
THe most: Common cause of anal itching especially if it wakes you from your sleep is caffeine followed by excess perspiration. Do not use witch hazel! cut out all caffeine and use corn starch powder on your bottom when getting dressed and whenever you feel dampness or itching in that area. Avoid petroleum based creams of any kind. ...Read more
Could my vaginal and anal itching be related? And what could've caused the irritation? Is there an OTC med/treatment I can try?
Yes but . . .: Yes, itching could be related but w/o more info, much less examination, there's no way to tell. You can try any number of vaginal and hemorrhoid creams (use only as directed!) but for definitive treatment, you'll need to go see your Family Doc, GYN or Planned Parenthood for evaluation. ...Read more
My urthera opening seems to be swollen with symptoms of incontinence leaking abnormal discharge what could this mean
See a doctor: Judging the cause of abnormal discharge (either vaginal or urethral) in women can be difficult; you need to be professionally examined. STDs are possible if at risk, although usually they don't cause urine leakage. Maybe a urinary tract infection. If you have been pregnant with vaginal deliveries, that could be responsible. ome of these things are serious, so see a doctor or clinic soon. Good luck ...Read more
Feces leaking out: The involuntary loss of fecal material from the anus results in brown staining or feces on your underwear. Most often it is caused by some damage to the anal sphincter (the "elastic band" that opens and closes when you have a bowel movement) by prior surgery, anal receptive sex, or nerve damage. Also, severe diarrhea or impaction (hard stool stuck inside) can cause this. See your doctor! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: You can get vaginal itching for the same reasons as before your hysterectomy! for example, vaginitis (yeast or candida is very common), an allergic reaction to something you had contact with (like a cosmetic, soap, clothing dye, douche, etc), an infection with herpes, and other skin conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have sometimes Anus opening area and Stomach/Chest skin itchiness? No sight of worm. What could be the cause?
Itching: Itching of the anus is not unusual but may be caused by a dermatitis from overexuberant wiping with toilet paper, sensitivities to soaps, tight underwear and jeans. The more you scratch, the itchier it gets. Applying occasional cortisone type ointment helps. Dry skin from excessive heat on during the winter dries out the skin and causes itchiness elsewhere. ...Read more
I am having a problem with wetness and itchiness of the ears what could be causing this its very irritating.
I have red itchy rash from the anus to the vagina what might be the cause and how can i treat them?
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