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What Is Good To Use For Anal
Benzoyl Peroxide: In addition to eating a healthy diet, with little or no sugary foods, no dairy and lots of vegetables, benzoyl peroxide is probably the best otc product for most acne. Use a thin layer twice daily to the affected areas and moisturize if too drying. If too irritating, topical sal acid preparations can help, as can tea tree oil. After that, though, i'd see a dermatologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Please see below.: Eczema is in the same family of conditions as allergies and asthma. It can't be cured but usually can be controlled. It is best managed by using a sensitive skin cleanser, avoiding bathing in very hot water, and using a sensitive skin lotion at least 3 times daily, even when the rash isn't there. If doing this plus Hydrocortisone 1% ointment twice daily isn't enough, please see the doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Best to get checked: If you're looking for powerful laxatives, i assume you feel very constipated or are looking to "cleanse." if the latter, please reconsider ; check out numerous healthtap answers that point to problems with colon cleansers--don't use them! if constipation however is new or has significantly worsened, or is accompanied by distension, vomiting, fever, pain then don't self-medicate but get checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Avoidance: If there is no itching, try to avoid scented or antibacterial soap and apply a moisturizer on the skin routinely within 3 minutes after bathing. Avoid contact with irritants (organic solvents, hand sanitizer etc). If the skin appears clean , a few days of topical 1% hydrocortisone cream may help calm the skin down but the best answer is still "avoiding the irritants". ...Read more
Vanicream: Fragrance-free moisturizers like Vanicream, Cetaphil, Eucerin and Aquaphor are all good options. Uses 1-2 times per day, best time to apply is right after getting out of shower. Avoid harsh and drying cleansers, such as Ivory, Irish Spring, or Lever 2000. I like Dove white bar. ...Read more
Please see your Dr.: Vaginal itching can have a number of different causes. Before treatment, a diagnosis has to be made. Fragrances and dyes in products used in the area, including laundry detergents, fabric softeners, pads, wipes, soaps, etc. Can cause itching. So can vaginal yeast or other infections and several inflammatory skin conditions. Please see your doctor. ...Read more
Have a work up first: There are so many causes of discharge, it is hard to say. Before you treat it, you should have a thorough exam and history. That way you are treating exactly what the problem is and it will be more effective. ...Read more
Scientific Rx: If topical benzoyl peroxide and/or topical retinoic acid have not cleared you in two weeks, get with your personal physician who can add something that will. Ignore all "pop" wisdom about treating acne. It's unrelated to diet, lifestyle, or hygiene, will eventually remit on its own, and needs to be managed until it does. ...Read more
?: Are you sure you have this process? Straining in having bowel movements often causes hemorr. to develop. You should see your doctor to verify what is going on. Normal bowel function daily is best helped by increase fiber, fruit, and vegetables in the diet along with several glasses of water a day. Get up earlier, exercise, and have a warm breakfast in the AM and then have time to go BM. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Plenty of fruits: Vegetables, high in fiber, plenty of fluids , good bowel habits, at least three times a day and stool softeners or laxatives if necessary.Also need to check if you have hypothyroidism , as this causes constipation too. Of course, see your doctor to rule out other causes. ...Read more
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