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anal itching

im having anal itching since last 2 days.im male 48.stool passage is normal ,no constipation.any medicenes to take.no itching after getting up morning but after stool passage after sometimes it starts-normally i feel it throughout the day
[message edited by andy_65_in on Wed, 14 Aug 2013 12:51:54 BST]
 
  andy_65_in on 2013-08-14
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Sulphur30 empty stomach for 5 days nux vom 30 evening time for 5 days .aesculus 200 after 5 days one dose only
 
akshaymohl 8 years ago
nux vom is after food?and also aesculus 200 after food?
 
andy_65_in 8 years ago
Nux vom evening time aulphur morning empty stomach aesculus evening time after 5 days of sul and nux
 
akshaymohl 8 years ago
havimg this problem again-plaese suggest some medicene
 
andy_65_in 7 years ago
Did the treatment help you last time?
 
Evocationer 7 years ago
PL take only one dose of 6 pills of Medorrihinum-1m

R.P. Tamhankar
 
shouse_nsk 7 years ago
dr RP this med merrohinium not availaible where i am located
 
andy_65_in 7 years ago
you can purchase it from any on line homeo stores

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