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Anal Fissure - itching only no pus etc.

I have had anal fissures since I was around 3 yrs old. I do not have them as bad as some posts that I have read on here. I do get small cuts near the area between the vagina/and anus (can't remember what it's called), which is aggravated more when I have any type of vaginal discharge (including periods). I do not have the pus or severe symptoms that others have mentioned, and have everything pretty much under control except the terrible itching in the middle of the night. It is almost unbearable. Keeping the area clean is utmost important, but for some reason even if I get up in the middle of the night to cleanse, about 1 hr later the itching is back. I am up maybe 3 to 4 times a night cleaning the area with warm water (soaps irritate it) and Balneol (my lifesaver). I am sleep deprived. Do I follow the same suggestion for anal fissures as has been posted many times on this forum - or since mine is only night itching is there a different remedy.
Thanks in advance.
  4luvofk9s on 2006-09-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You have posted your problem in the nick of time.

I believe that the application of an antibiotic ointment internally as advised in the thread below, after every bowel movement will clear up your problem.

You may also take Arnica 30 in the wet dose twice daily

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Joe De Livera last decade

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