Anus itch wipe

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Pruritus Ani, also commonly called anal itching, is a simple problem that doctors treat all the time. Often anal itching is the result of a drying out of the mucous membranes that make up the anus or because these tissues have been irritated by toilet paper which is dry and can be quite rough on your bum. Sometimes this itching can be caused from hemorrhoids, and at times it may be the result of failing to thoroughly clean the anus properly and fecal residue is still present. Anal itching is not a serious medical condition that requires medical treatment but it can make life miserable if you suffer from this problem. In addition to itching the same conditions and causes can also result in anal abrasions, skin tears in and around the anus, rectal bleeding, dry skin that is sensitive, soreness, burning, and discomfort. Many people who experience anal itching start using wet wipes in order to try and relieve the problem but is this really the answer?

Anal Itch (Pruritus Ani)

Itchy Anus: Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnosis

The itching may become worse at night or after a bowel movement. Scratching the area results in further irritation and makes the itching worse instead of relieving it. Scratching with the fingernails may result in skin damage or an infection. If the itch-scratch cycle persists, it can lead to extreme discomfort, soreness, and burning.

Pruritus Ani (Anal Itching)

Butt itchiness isn't cute, but hey, it happens. Pruritus ani can be caused by many different lifestyle factors and medical conditions—most of which are fairly simple to soothe phew. Here are the biggest culprits of itching down there, plus how you can make it stop already. This is the number-one cause of skin irritation and itchiness down there, according to Sarina Elmariah, M. If you tend to wipe a lot, she recommends using water to rinse off first you can use a squirt bottle or invest in a bidet for your toilet and then pat the area dry with toilet paper.
There is no end to the amount of embarrassment gastrointestinal problems can cause. Of all these, a problem at the end of your GI tract is among the most annoying. Other digestive issues can cause smells and noises and rushes to the bathroom, but there is nothing quite like being stuck in public and needing to deal with an itchy anus.