Pruritus Ani And Severe Anal There A Cure?

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gjp3127 Says:

I suffered with severe anal itching and chronic pruritus ani for over 5 years. The itching woke me up every night and consumed my life. I found a product called Pranicure and it was nothing short of a miracle. It gave me my life back, but I still have to apply it once every few days and I'm looking for the cure. Does anyone out there know of a supplement or some pill I can take that is an absolute cure for pruritus ani?

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Lloyd42 Says:

If there was a supplement or pill to cure Pruritus Ani, I would be surprised if I didn't know about it! I had been researching how to treat/cure anal itching for over 8 years because nothing my doctors gave me worked. Be glad that you found Pranicure…it's truly the only thing I've found to be effective.

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David Says:

From what I understand, there are quite a few different things that can potentially cause Pruritus ani. Aloe vera (aloe barbadensis) reportedly fights against Pruritus ani if it's caused by a fungal infection. Black seed oil (Nigella Sativa), apple cider vinegar, tea tree oil, and fresh garlic are also touted for their use in treating many of the various underlying causes of Pruritus ani. So if you're still looking for a cure, this area may require deeper investigation.

Please post back if you happen to have any feedback or information pertaining to these alleged potential cures. I'll see if I can round up some more specific details as well. Good luck you both!

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