Anal ItchingHello Guys
Can you please recommend me medication for my problem
I had troubles with constipation and stress , but slowly constipation has resolved a bit but I have Anal itching specially after passing stool in morning ,and its worse If i take alcohol as I get diuretic effect from alcohol , not sure if it burns the skin when coming out through anus.I also have gas and flatulence issue during evening time.
I get easily stressed and I think about my health and my mind is always connected in some way with my anus,, i feel like itching all the time.My mood gets better as it passes.
secondly I had fungus itching on the bum as well , I took anti fungal tablets ,and Im applying anti fungal ointment that thing is resolved at the moment.
I am a thin male Indian guy, my diet is fine but Im unable to gain weight(6'2 ft tall , weight 70 kg) ,, may be its hereditary.
Would appreciate your reply
ginz4uuu on 2014-10-04
♡ simone717 7 years ago
ginz4uuu 7 years ago
piyu11 7 years ago
ginz4uuu 7 years ago
by testing and get real facts -
If there are no parasites, then it could
just be a candida type overgrowth.
You can get the remedy that matches you
and start on eliminating the candida
fungus -once it has got hold ,
tablets usually are not going to kill it-
it regrows and it disturbs your gastro
tract and skin.
Candida/Fungus gets worse with
alcohol, bc the yeast-candida live
on sugar. So this sugar and yeast
when eliminated thru discharge is
actually like having ALCOHOL on
your skin- and alcohol burns your
skin and membranes. I am going
to post the MD candida article after this for you on how to combat it.
♡ simone717 7 years ago
Candida is a fungus, which is a form of yeast, and a very small amount of it lives in your mouth and intestines. Its job is to aid with digestion and nutrient absorption but, when overproduced, candida breaks down the wall of the intestine and penetrates the bloodstream, releasing toxic byproducts into your body and causing leaky gut. This can lead to many different health problems, ranging from digestive issues to depression.
HOW DO YOU GET IT
The healthy bacteria in your gut typically keep your candida levels in check. However, several factors can cause the candida population to get out of hand:
Eating a diet high in refined carbohydrates and sugar (which feed the yeast)
Consuming a lot of alcohol
Taking oral contraceptives
Eating a diet high in beneficial fermented foods like Kombucha, sauerkraut and pickles
Living a high-stress lifestyle
Taking a round of antibiotics that killed too many of those friendly bacteri
COMMON SYMPTOMS OF CANDIDA
Skin and nail fungal infections (such as athletes foot or toenail fungus)
Feeling tired and worn down or suffering from chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia
Digestive issues such as bloating, constipation, or diarrhea
Autoimmune disease such as Hashimotos thyroiditis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Ulcerative colitis, Lupus, Psoriasis, Scleroderma or Multiple sclerosis
Difficulty concentrating, poor memory, lack of focus, ADD, ADHD and brain fog
Skin issues such as eczema, psoriasis, hives, and rashes
Irritability, mood swings, anxiety, or depression
Vaginal infections , urinary tract infections, rectal itching or vaginal itching
Severe seasonal allergies or itchy ears
Strong sugar and refined carbohydrate cravings
ALLOPATHIC TESTS FOR CANDIDA
You'll want to check your levels for IgG, IgA, and IgM candida anti-bodies. These can be checked through most any lab. High levels indicate an overgrowth of candida. I find in my clinic that these can often be negative even when the stool or urine test is positive.
I find this to be the most accurate test available. This will check for candida in your colon or lower intestines. The lab can usually determine the species of yeast as well as which treatment will be affective. (Note: be sure that your doctor orders a comprehensive stool test rather than the standard stool test.)
TREATMENT OF CANDIDA
Effectively treating candida involves stopping the yeast overgrowth, restoring the friendly bacteria that usually keep them in check, and healing your gut so that candida can no longer enter your bloodstream.
Getting rid of the candida overgrowth primarily requires a change in diet to a low carbohydrate diet. Sugar is what feeds yeast, so eliminating sugar in all of its simple forms like candy, desserts, alcohol and flours.
And reducing to only one cup a day of the more complex carbohydrates such as grains, beans, fruit, bread, pasta, and potatoes will prevent the Candida from growing and eventually cause it to die. I would recommend eliminating all fermented foods as well.
Using diet alone could take three to six months before the candida is back under control. Because of this I use an anti fungal medication such as Diflucan or Nyastatin for a month or longer with my patients. If you are self-treating you can take a supplement of caprylic acid. Caprylic Acid comes from coconut oil and basically 'pokes holes' in the yeast cell wall, causing it to die.
You may read that some people recommend herbs such as oil of oregano. Oil of oregano can be very effective, but it can also kill good bacteria so I don't recommend it. The anti-fungal medications and caprylic acid are very specific to yeast and will not harm your good bacteria.
It's a must to restore the healthy bacteria that typically keep your candida population under control, you should take probiotics on a regular basis. Taking anywhere from 25 to 100 billion units of probiotics should help to reduce the Candida levels and restore your levels of good bacteria. Finally, healing your gut by eliminating inflammatory foods that can harm your GI tract and introducing foods that aid in digestion and nutrient absorption, will prevent candida from working its way through your body, and will dramatically improve your overall health.
If you would like to find out for sure if you have candida overgrowth, consider seeing a functional medicine doctor who is trained in detecting and treating candida
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 08 Oct 2014 16:55:33 BST]
♡ simone717 7 years ago
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