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Have itch anal region while bowels, give cuts, burning, ulcerative colitis seen family. Normal?

My question is that every morning when I go for my toilet, I always have a sweet itching in and side of my anal(asshole) though I am not taking excess sweet and sometimes I don't know but I couldn't stop myself from rubbing it so hard and then I just tore up the skin around and get cuts around it and then it gives me burning sensation . Doc will be it something serious as my father was also suffering from ulcerative colitis Is it something related to it or just something normal and that itching is mostly when I go for my toilet.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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It seems that you might have some worm infestation giving rise this problem.
Due to heavy itching local part becomes sore leading to burning sensation.
Go for stool test for ova and cyst.
After report go for anti helminthiasis medicines like Albendazole after consulting your doctor.
Ok and take care
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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