Pruritus ani (anal itching) is intolerable urge sometimes difficult to ignore and is embarrassing but you just can’t help it. It is a general problem but is most common in people who have diabetes mellitus or HIV. It is usually a temporary problem but it can be persistent that it becomes bothersome. The itching is due to irritation of the skin (caused by chemicals from the food we eat, including spices, hot sauce, peppers, coffee, milk products, tomatoes and tomato products, nuts, haemorrhoides, intestinal worms and skin disorders such as psoriasis) in the anal area. A change in lifestyle, especially diet is key to prevent anal itching. Cut back on foods that may irritate the skin such as spices, carbonated beverages and caffeine products. Avoid overuse of laxatives too, since stool residue may irritate the skin. Wear cotton underwear and loose clothing to allow sweat to evaporate. This helps keep the perianal area dry. Wearing tight clothing’s may trap moisture, which causes skin irritation
Burning after stool. Dryness, heat. Mucous membrane seems swollen and obstructs the passage. Anus feels full of small sticks. Fulness, burning, itching, soreness, pressure and a prolapsed feeling in the anus.
Itching and burning in anus, preventing sleep (Ind.).
Constipation: Frequent ineffectual urging as in Nux vomica, but attended by much anxiety at stool and a sense of marked coldness in the abdomen, the patients being put to a great distress by the presence of others in the room (near presence of others unbearable while urinating, Nat. m.); after stool, aching deep in hypogastrium; itching and smarting in anus relieved by rubbing. Diarrhoea preceded by colic. Stool not hard, though large. Frequent ineffectual desire for stool; this makes her very anxious, at this time the presence of other persons becomes unbearable. Large flow of blood with the stool. Itching and crawling in the anus and rectum. Constipation. Blood with a stool, that may not be hard.
Colic; pains about the navel, in the hypochondria, drawings in the groins, etc. Hard, crumbling, covered with glairy mucus or green, slimy diarrhoea, preceded by colic. Burning in anus; itching soreness in rectum. Frequent micturition at night, but urine usually diminished in quantity.
Cutting, pinching pains precede the diarrhoea. Pain always on attempting to eat. Soreness and pain around the umbilicus. Flatulent colic. A feeling of soreness about the anus, with burning, throbbing, stinging. Itching in anus, especially in the evening. Diarrhoea, especially after fruit, or during teething, with much flatulence. Diarrhoea after emotional excitement, very offensive, undigested. Copious urine, with weakness.
Distention after dinner; with rumbling; griping; much motion in the abdomen of flatulence. Bruised pain in the hypochondria, especially in the region of the liver. Intolerant of tight clothing around the hypochondrium. Stitches in the ribs, especially in the region of the liver. Griping in the abdomen below the navel, extending from the left towards the right side, with a paralyzed feeling in the right leg. Flatulent colic and great moving about of flatulence; a discharge of excessive amounts of foul flatulence. Colic from riding in the cars or carriage. Gnawing, stitches, crawling in the rectum. Stitches during stool. Tenesmus. Pressure and ineffectual urging, but only evacuation of gas. Bleeding during stool. Itching and burning of the anus. Soreness and moisture of the perineum. Stool enveloped in yellowish mucus, at last bloody. Diarrhoea brown, yellow or slimy, of a putrid odor, often involuntary. The diarrhoea is generally the accompaniment of low types of fever, associated with tendency to coldness in the extremities, cold tongue, lips, etc., tendency to collapse, desire to be fanned, pulse weak, voice lost. Frequent, anxious desire to urinate, day and night. Incontinence of urine at night. Urine red, dark-colored, turbid; deposits a red sediment.
Distention after eating. Collection of flatulence in the hypochondria. Cutting, burning and tearing pains in the upper part of the abdomen, with short breath. Cutting pains before menstruation, with darting pains in the thighs.
Intermittent pains, with flatulence and stitches in the chest. Haemorrhoids, blind. Bleeding. Itching pain in the anus. Diarrhoea; nightly, with colic so that she must bend double; hot, smelling like rotten eggs; green, watery, painless, consisting of feces and mucus; white, slimy, with colic. Diarrhoea; green, slimy mucus; chopped, white and yellow mucus; often of a changeable color; often undigested; often like chopped eggs and spinach; nearly always of foul odor, especially in children during teething or after taking cold; associated with colic, often with soreness of the anus. Anxious urging to urinate. Burning in the neck of the bladder when urinating. Frequent need to urinate; urine pale, copious.
Spasmodic retraction in the umbilical region, with nausea. Constriction transversely across below the navel, as by a string. Cramplike pain above the pubis in the afternoon, with frequent urging to urinate. Enlargement of the liver, pain under angle of right shoulder blade; jaundice, yellow tongue, bitter taste. In jaundice, sometimes with clear urine, tongue white, stools dark, urine offensive. Distention of abdomen, enlarged liver. In all the hepatic and intestinal affections the pains are worse on the right side, and generally are seated under the angle of right scapula. Burning and cutting in the rectum, with constriction of anus, alternating with itching. Constrictive feeling in the anus during stool. Stool thin, bright yellow, copious, sometimes white. Pasty; sometimes alternations of diarrhoea and constipation; generally associated with jaundice, pain in the region of the liver or in the right scapula, or with general soreness of the intestines. Pains in the right kidney and liver, spasmodic. Pains from the kidneys towards the bladder, followed by evacuation of turbid urine. The urine dark yellow, turbid when passed, or dark brownish-red, like brown beer; causes reddish-brown stains or is lemon-yellow and turbid, or is whitish and frothy; generally copious. Menstruation delayed, but lasting too long. Acrid leucorrhoea.
Thirst for cold drinks. Heartburn after eating. Qualmishness, which disappears in the open air. Sensation of something jumping about in the stomach as if it were alive. Sensation in the abdomen as of something alive and jumping about, with nausea and shivering. Abdomen distended. Heaviness and dragging in the lower abdomen, extending towards the genitals. Sticking and crawling in the anus, with itching, as from worms. Stools contain dark, stringy blood.
Constipation : from intestinal atony; ineffectual urging; stools hard, difficult, followed by backache or cramping pain in rectum; prolapsus recti of children; itching of anus at night.
Localized distention here and there of the abdomen. Pulsating pains in the lower part of the abdomen. Pressing-outward pain in the pelvic region. Extreme flatulence, with hysteria. Prolapsus from slight straining at stool. Cutting and sharp pains in the rectum, as from contraction and soreness, especially after stools. Itching and crawling as from thread-worms in the anus. Ineffectual urging to stool, with protrusion of the rectum, felt particularly in the middle of the abdomen. Sensation of piles in the anus, with soreness and pain; usually better when walking. Sharp sticking pain in the anus, extending deep into the rectum. Diarrhoea; thin, involuntary. Diarrhoea resulting from fright or emotional excitement, especially grief. Diarrhoea, with tenesmus. Desire for stool is felt in the abdomen, but is ineffectual. Alternate diarrhoea and constipation. Frequent micturition of large quantities of pale urine. Constant micturition after coughing. Burning and smarting in the urethra when urinating.
Distention, after eating, even a little. Cutting pains in the abdomen. Sharp pains in the hepatic region; general thirst, also heaviness and heat. Cutting and dragging in the lower abdomen, with a feeling of weight. Coldness, and a feeling of inactivity in the bowels. Burning and sore pain in the anus, as though haemorrhoids would protrude. Sticking and cutting pain, burning, itching in the anus. Stool seems insufficient, not always hard. Constipation, with difficult and slow evacuation, as from loss of power of the intestines. Urging in the bladder, but has to wait for the stool and flow of urine. Frequent micturition at night, but urine flows only after long pressure.
No discharge of semen during coitus. Occasionally nocturnal emissions. Erections usually weak, give out during coitus. Burning in perineum, worse after going to bed, and when thinking of it. Drawing pains in testicles, with sensation of weakness of genitals. Occasionally itching, dry eruptions in crotch and inner upper surface of thighs and anus. With the sensation of weakness of genitals his eyes feel weak. Very sensitive to cold and changes of atmosphere. Takes cold easily, usually affecting nose and throat first with dryness, then with watery catarrh and sneezing, or he has aching pains in different parts of the body and limbs, changing location frequently.
Magnetis poli ambo
Pain on either side of the anus, consisting of itching and soreness, when walking in the open air.
Magnetis polus australis
Continual contraction and constriction of the rectum and anus, permitting scarcely the least flatulence to be emitted. The tough stool is mixed with mucous filaments. Itching of hemorrhoidal tumor at the anus. Itching creeping at the anus, while walking. Stitches in the region of the right kidney.
Rapid emaciation. Sharp pains in different parts of the body, seeming to be in the bones; suddenly appearing and disappearing; pains are felt even during sleep. Tearing pains in the limbs and body, especially after becoming cold. Weakness so great that he is constantly obliged to lie down. General aggravation from washing with water. Symptoms < evening and night. General amelioration from riding in a carriage. Generally indicated in people with dark hair, of "tense fibre." The weakness is even associated with a general undefined feeling of tension. Stitches; splinter-like pains during and after stool, with spasmodic constriction in anus. Pain during stool as if it would be torn asunder. Itching and burning in anus, at night, on walking, in the morning, extending to perineum. Ineffectual desire and inability to evacuate feces on account of inactivity. Haemorrhoids, with bleeding after every stool. Soreness and moisture of haemorrhoids, with shooting pains. Ulceration of the rectum, with splinter like pains after stools. Fissure of the anus, with constant oozing of fetid moisture, with sensation of rawness and smarting as if cut. Old painful, pendulous haemorrhoids.
The anal orifice feels swollen, with biting itching, burning after stool, then internal chilliness. Sudden pasty diarrhoea, with faintness in abdomen and burning in the anus. Haemorrhoids, with ulceration; anal orifice purple and covered with crusts, ulcerated, fissured, exquisitely painful; evacuation followed by burning and biting. Exudation of offensive moisture. Painful ulcer on perineum near anus, oozes offensive moisture. Abscess below the coccyx. Ulcers on the leg and other parts of the body.
Stools with putrid, sour smell. At the stools, cutting pains in the rectum. Stools show diarrhea for several weeks, months, years. Frequently repeated diarrhea, with cutting pains in the abdomen, lasting several days. After stool, especially after a softer, more copious evacuation, great and sudden prostration. Diarrhea soon weakening, that she cannot walk alone. Painless and painful hemorrhoidal varices on the anus, in the rectum (blind piles). Bleeding hemorrhoidal varices on the anus or in the rectum (running piles), especially during stools, after which the hemorrhoids often pain violently for a long time. With bloody discharges in the anus or in the rectum, ebullition of blood through the body and short breathing. Formication and itching formication in the rectum, with or without the discharge of ascarides. Itching and erosion in the anus and the perineum. Polypi in the rectum.
Sensation of burning : on vertex; and smarting in eyes; in face, without redness; of vesicles in mouth; and dryness of throat, first r. then 1. ; in stomach; in rectum; in anus, and itching piles, and scalding urine; like fire in ripples (Ars.); in chest, rising to face; of skin of whole body, with hot flushes; in spots, between scapulae (Phos.).
Fissures in anus and rectum. Indurated ulcers at mouth of anus somewhat sore; slight itching of anus. Lower portion of rectum hanging out like a ruffle, looking like a full-blown rose , sensitive; constant weak dragging sensation in rectum, extending as far as sacrum.
Teucrium marum verum
Unnatural appetite, which even prevents sleep. Hiccough on eating. Eructations of food, with a bitter taste. Anxious oppression in the pit of the stomach. Flatulent symptoms; particularly cutting pains after drinking. Incessant itching and crawling in the anus, in the evening in bed. Ascarides, symptoms aggravated at night in the warmth of the bed. Increased flow of watery urine. Rheumatic tearing pains in the arms and legs, particularly in the bones and joints. Cutting pains transversely through the muscles of the forearm. Pain in the toenails as if they had grown into the flesh.
Constipation; stool hard, dry, with wind and colic. Diarrhea with pinching and burning pains. Pressure and constriction in rectum. Pain in rectum. Itching sensation in anus. Constant urging to stool; often ineffectual. Tenesmus, painful, constant; not so severe when lying down, but not ameliorated by lying. Ineffectual urging; no reference to stool; seems to be sphincter muscles. Stool seems to drop for some distance above, coming chiefly in small diarrheic dribbles without pain, until sphincter is touched. Tenesmus begins as soon as feces pass over lower portion of rectum.
Twitchings of various muscles. Pains as if between the skin and flesh. Generalities] Pains tearing; agg. after becoming heated. Violent trembling and throbbing of the whole body. Sore pains, internal and external. All the symptoms are < wine, and also by Nux Vomica and Chamomilla. General restlessness at night, like "fidgets." General aggravation in the afternoon and towards evening. Locomotor ataxia, with trembling, unsteadiness, lightning-like pains. Epilepsy of children. Meningitis (tubercular). Varicose veins, without swelling or inflammation. Chorea, with incessant movements, especially during sleep (during teething). Epilepsy (of children).