I'm 19, and I've been suffering from anal itching for 7 months.
7 months ago, i had a really bad constipation, and there was some blood on the toilet paper, but it didn't both me so much, and the bleeding went away after 3 days, but then it started to hurt A LOT. It was hurting me for like 5 weeks, but then everything was fine. a month after, I bleeded again, only for few days, I went to the doctor, he said I had an anal fissure, so he gave me some cream. After 3 Months, the pain of the fissure went away, however the skin around the anus itches a alot. I went to the doctor a week ago, and he told me that my skin got sensitive because of one of the ingredients of the creams I was using (I used it for 3 consecutive months, which is pretty stupid from me). So I stopped using the cream, but now the pain is a lot worse with-out it. My skin feels very dry, and VERY itchy, I can't even walk normally (I usually do a lot of sports).
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