How to Ease and Prevent an itching Anus


Scratching your buttocks sometimes without knowing what's causing the itchiness can be discomforting, some bodies are so sensitive to dirt that a touch of dirt like this, they scratch off their crannies, but there are lot to dirt that can make you scratch your bum uncomfortable or uncontrollably. 

What are now the things you should do and not to do to prevent an itching anus? 


Gently wash and dry your anus after pooing and before bed
Wear loose-fitting cotton underwear
Keep cool – avoid clothing and bedding that makes you overheat
Have a cooler, shorter showers or baths (under 20 minutes)
Eat plenty of fibre – such as fruit and vegetables, wholegrain bread, pasta and cereal to avoid runny poo or constipation


Do not wipe your bottom after pooing – wash it with water or pat it clean with moist toilet paper, then pat dry
Do not scratch – if you cannot stop, keep your 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

An itchy bottom that's worse at night is often caused by threadworms, especially in children.

Children under 2, and pregnant and breastfeeding women, cannot usually take medicine for threadworms – see a GP, midwife or health visitor instead.
Using creams and ointments for an itchy bottom

Do not use:

more than 1 cream or ointment at the same time
any cream or ointment for longer than a week – they can irritate your skin and make things worse

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