September 26, 2007
August 19, 2007

An Itchy Anus is no Laughing Matter

Something Deeper this way comes

"Of all the places to get an itch, your anus is probably one of the most embarrassing. Face it, it’s nearly impossible to look dignified while scratching your rump. Yet no matter how solemn or romantic the moment, it’s hard to ignore the urgent pleas for immediate attention.”

I laughed when I read this because its true. But having an itchy anusis no laughing matter. Ask anybody thats had one and they will tell you how its impossible to resist the urge to itch, and the sheer bliss you get when you give in and scratch. It’s almost euphoric, and dare I say…..enjoyable.

Not for long however, because after you have scratched, your itchy anus just gets itchier, and if you persist long enough it begins to hurt. How cruel is that? Can you imagine having an irresistible itch, in a socially unacceptable spot, that gives you euphoric relief when you scratch only to get worse and begin to hurt if you persist!

Well, the itch is just scratching the surface. Yes, pun intended. But seriously, I did a bit of research into the cause and nature of an itchy anus and found that it is no laughing matter. I found that its a superficial symptom of deeper issues that can become quite serious. I narrowed it down to two main causes - candida (yeast) infection and intestinal parasites.

Check out this list of symptoms that can be associated with these nasties - Painful Sex or Sexual Dysfunction •Vaginal Odor•Premature Aging •Leaky Gut Syndrome •Vaginal Discharge •Arthritis •Painful Urination or Other Urinary Disorders •Depression or Mood Swings •Chronic Rashes •Tiredness or Fatigue •Irritability •Joint Pain or Swelling •PMS •Feeling Run Down •Digestive Pain •Muscle Aches •Short Attention Span •Hand Pain •Hip and Knee Pain •Headaches or Constant Migraines •Acne •Respiratory Infections •Impotence •Gas•Hypoglycemia •Menstrual Pain •Skin Lesions •Shortness of Breath•Food Allergies •Learning and Memory Problems• Eczema •Jumpy Legs •Blurred Vision •Brain Fog• Yeast Infections in Your Toe or Fingernails

Whoa! That’s quite a list and I certainly experienced some of those symptoms along with the incessant itch. It seems that this is a far more common problem than once thought and the incidence seems to be on the rise. Its not surprising when you consider that candida infections develop with poor eating habits, skipping meals, stress, poor water intake and some medications, just to name a few. Parasites can thrive with these conditions too.

Linda Allen a Medical Researcher, Nutritionist, Health Consultant and former Yeast Infection sufferer has the answers that can eliminate your candida (yeast) infection, stop the rashes, burning, itching and discomfort, end digestive disorders, regain lost energy, and improve the quality of your life dramatically. It worked for me. I got to kiss my itchy anus goodbye.