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Sever Anal Itching (Not Pinworms)

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  • Posted By: mjb2010
  • January 19, 2013
  • 06:27 PM

i got treated for pinworms. i took two doses but i am still having extreme itching. its not around the anus but the skin surrounding it. no sign of pinworms. please help its terrible. ive tried using hydrocortizon and it doesnt help. is itchy all day, not just at night.

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  • I had severe anal itching for over 7 years. Tried everything on the market and had 2 surgeries... nothing worked. Then 3 months ago I tried a product called PRANICURE...it changed my life. Within a few days I could go 24 hours without the urge to scratch. Within a week my bottom was completely healed. I simply apply Pranicure after every bowel movement and I have no more anal itching. 7 years was a long time to deal with severe anal itching (pruritus ani is what doctors call it.) I'm so happy to be done with it. Really...if any of you have anal itching don't waste your time with anything else. Just put Pranicure in your search engine to find out how you can order it. Hope this helps a lot of you not go through what I did.
    Chris J. 9 Replies Flag this Response
  • Chris,I also tried PRANICURE and was thrilled with the results!! Pruritus ani or a chronic itchy anus is no laughing matter and is truly debilitating. Pranicure is the only thing that has helped me...
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