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What is the treatment for the itching in the anus?

My anus was feeling very itchy to I looke online that some people douched with peroxide and then with apple cider vinager mixed wth water, I proceeded to douch with peroxide but didn t go far into my anus and instantly I had to run to the bathroom and my stomach was making noises and it felt like I was having severe diarrhea and I even felt a bit dizzy! Later on around 11pm I found myself having more diarrhea and it was quit painful. Is this suppose I happen
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jun 2014
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Thanks for contacting healthcare magic .

You have problem of itching anus region that may be because of infection around anus region.

Proper anorectal examination is helpful for diagnose.
Don't use vinegar or other substances.

Consent a physician for further diagnosis.
Pinworm infection or anal fissure problems may cause itching around anus.

I hope my guidance is helpful to you.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 23 Jun 2016
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