... A few weeks ago I got itchy anus and scrotum. I read online and started freaking out. ... (1 replies)
... I had a rash that was outside the anus once and the doctor gave me some Analpram HC cream to put on it. It's part hydrocortisone and part pramoxine. It really worked for me, but it depends on what is really happening with you. ... (6 replies)
... o cause bleeding. I got this before my colonosopy because i was using too many wet wipes and not drying because it hurt. It is suggested you buy some daiper rash cream and use it on the skin in your crack, not directly on your anus. ... (1 replies)
... Hermoids cream can help. You should stock up on probiotics. ... (4 replies)
... s problem for about 1 year and can not seem to get rid of it. Sometimes its very bad and sometimes not so bad. It only seems to itch really bad on the top of my anus the other side is not really itchy at all. ... (4 replies)
... After being prescibed nystatin cream the fungus cleared up, but my skin was still very raw and sensitive. Dr. gave me sample of Calmoseptine Ointment and it saved me. ... (19 replies)
... Hello Everyone,
I hope all of you have found a way to relieve or make yourselves comfortable. I was really miserable and found I could make myself comfortable by practicing some of the suggestions I have read here. Avoid spicy foods, caffeine and chocolate. Use the showerhead and clean super gently. But still the itchyness would not go away completely. Finally went... (19 replies)
... d Hailey Hailey for the past 25 years. About seven ago it became much worse spreading in my groin and butt and under both arm pits. I began applying Dermatop cream continuously. Total is about 200 60 gram tubes. Also I contacted Lyme disease and used antibiotics for about a year. ... (19 replies)
... I had this problem for 3-4 weeks earlier this year. I tried a lot of things that didn't help until my daughter showed me some cream prescribed by her doctor (I think for a rash) called Triamcinolone 0.1%. I think it is generic for Aristocort Cream. I applied it at bedtime and when I woke up it was much, much better. The label said to apply it 2 times a day for 2 weeks, but I... (19 replies)
... Hi Needhelp911... maybe something in the water over here?
Thanks lucylucy. That's interesting. I'll look into that. I've recently had a tooth problem and have been prescribed antibiotics. I realize that are many varieties though and am willing to give it another shot next year. My medical bills are adding up -_-
Well, Needhelp, I've found a temp fix for the problem. I... (19 replies)
... It still comes back once in a while. When it does, I use a great topical cream called Triamcinalone. It's a prescription. It works for any itchy spot I get. I believe it's a cortisone cream, so you must use a VERY SMALL amount of it. It absorbs into the skin, especially through open skin. ... (19 replies)
... HI Lampskin! Could it possibly be yeast on top of hemorrhoids? I've had that before and used two differnt creams and felt so much better. Believe me, I know what you're going through and it's maddening. Let us know how you make out. God bless--Hopeto-- (9 replies)
... Sorry to drag back an old thread.
It's me again.
the only thing I've found that helps for sure is boxers. This makes the itch bearable. With briefs the itch would be excruciating.
Just got over 3 weeks of using Proctosedyl ointment (hemmorhoid cream) 2X a day. Didn't help at all. Actually i think it made it worse.
What's the next step for me? I had... (9 replies)
... Hi guys...
I have been trying a bunch of stuff lately. I went to the doctor again, who was no help at all. She just said that i would need to go to a specialist/proctologist.
I asked her about yeast/fungal infections, and she did write me a prescription for canesten, a women's vaginal cream. It was embarrassing as hell to get this cream, especially since the... (15 replies)
... you can do the 'tape test' yourself with a piece of scotch tape and a magnifying glass. When you feel particularly itchy, slap the tape over an itchy part of the skin, peel it off, and check it under the magnifying glass. ... (15 replies)
... so you guys think i should go back to the doctor?
I need to get this taken care of. My new year's resolution was to get this fixed. Its getting in the way of enjoying my life.
What are some key questions i should be asking my doctor about this?
My last 2 trips to doctors have resulted in getting hydrocortisone cream(which didn't help at all), and getting... (15 replies)
... Vaseline and no soap would make a yeast infection worse (oily moisture) - though both might make irritated skin feel better. Stay away from cortizones, too. You can get an over-the-counter antifungal to tide you over until you can get to a doctor - just be careful, if its made for athlete's foot, it can hurt like the dickens! Generally, something meant for jock itch should... (15 replies)
... I have had a persistent dermal yeast infection for some months now. I believe it started arouynd my anus and spread around my groin from there. ... (15 replies)
... Most likely it is due to "yeast". Try one of the over counter creams for yeast for women (not for atheletes feet). Yeast is normal in the bowels, but, it can be misery in the cracks/crevices of the anus. Try using Cottontelle or similar flushable wet wipes after BMs, reapply yeast cream.
A prescription that is great is "Nystatin Cream". (15 replies)
... I'm trying to find out what's wrong with me...
I have this itch in my backside that does not go away, no matter what i do.
When i'm sitting down, its bearable, but when i get up, and walk or stand for extended periods of time, it starts to itch.
I don't think its any worse at night than during the day, and i don't think its caused by eating anything special.
I've... (15 replies)