Anal itching of the skin irritation at the exit of the rectum, known as the anus, together with the desire to zero. Although itching may respond to chemicals in the mud, this often means that the inflammation of the anal area. The intensity of anal itching and inflammation increases the amount of direct damage from scratching and the presence of moisture.
At its strongest, anal itching causes unacceptable discomfort that is often described as burning and pain. When the hands and feet itch, the more common causes of the itching are contact eczema, topic eczema, ringworm and scabies.
Although there are several types of medical treatment for menopausal women, some choose not to use them because they tend to have negative side effects. Some women turn to natural methods, such as homeopathy or herbal remedies. Common forms of treatment reducing menopause itching include the use of lotions and creams, as well as hormone replacement therapy if other menopause symptoms occur.
Causes of anal itching
• Anal itching can be caused by irritating chemicals in the food we eat, such as are found in spices, hot sauces, and peppers. • Anal itching can also result from irritation of constant moisture in the anus, caused by frequent liquid stools, diarrhea, or escape of small amounts of stool (incontinence). Moisture increases the chances of infection anus, especially yeast, particularly in patients with diabetes or HIV. • Treatment with antibiotics can also cause a yeast infection and irritation of the anus. • Psoriasis also can irritate the anus. • Abnormal passageways (fistulas) from the small intestine or colon to the skin around the anus can form as a result of disease (such as Cohn’s disease), and these fistulas bring irritating fluids to the anal area.
Other problems that can cause anal itching include:
• Pinworms, • Hemorrhoids • Tears of the anal skin (fissures), and • Skin tags (abnormal local growth of anal skin).
Home Remedies and Natural Treatments for Itchy Skin
Aloe Vera is one of the useful herbal remedy for this problem. Use aloe vera lotion, soap or cream for maintaining a good health of your skin. You can also use margosa (neem) soap in place of aloe vera. Apply sandalwood oil mixed with coconut oil or sesame oil and massage gently on the affected area. This is a useful home remedy for itching.
Add five grams of camphor in 100 grams of coconut oil and mix in a glass bottle. Close the bottle with a tight cork and keep in the sun till the camphor gets dissolved in the oil. Apply this oil daily on the whole body before bathing. It is an effective home remedy for dry itching.
You can also add 10 drops of this oil in a bucket of water and used for bathing to cure itching. This oil is also useful in curing any wound caused due to itching. This will heal the wound in a week and skin will become white. Apply only coconut oil at this stage. The skin will become normal within 25-30 days
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