Causes of an itchy asshole
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If the underlying cause is left untreated, your itchy bottom may return. Help us improve NHS inform. If it gets better quickly, it might have been caused by something that doesn't need treatment, like sweating a lot in hot weather. For example, a bacterial infection may need to be treated with antibiotics. Some antihistamines also have a sedating effect they make you drowsy. But not all cases of itchy bottom have an identifiable cause.
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Treatment for itchy bottom usually involves following simple self-care measures for a few months. Check with your GP or pharmacist about how long you should use them for. But in rare cases, it may be a sign of something like anal or bowel cancer, so it's important to get it checked by your GP. Some ways of easing an itchy bottom include. If you can't speak to your GP and don't know what to do next. For example, a bacterial infection may need to be treated with antibiotics. Many sexual health clinics also offer a walk-in service, where you don't need an appointment.
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Treating itchy bottom Treatment for itchy bottom usually involves following simple self-care measures for a few months. Don't do not wipe your bottom after pooing — instead, wash with water or pat clean with moist toilet paper, then pat dry do not scratch — if you can't stop, keep fingernails short and wear cotton gloves at night do not strain when you go to the toilet do not use scented soaps, bubble bath or bath oil do not use perfumes or powders near your anus do not eat spicy food or drink lots of alcohol and caffeine — these can make itching worse. Including more fibre in your diet will make your stools softer and easier to pass. Your GP may prescribe an ointment or cream to soothe the skin around your anus. Other self-care measures As well as keeping your bottom clean and dry, there are a number of other self-care measures you can undertake.
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