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I don’t see anything weird going on down there, but my butt itches like crazy sometimes. Does this mean I’m “shedding”? Or just a part of everyday life now? I experience it more at night and I’ve had to get up in the middle of night everyday this week 

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Mountain Man

I think this is unrelated.  You should talk to your doc about it - you might have a parasitic infection which is easy to resolve but tough to live with for the reason you mention.  They're more active at night.  

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BeautyLover321

mine does!! but I think it's unrelated. hydrocortisone helps

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LillianPanos

Mine does too once a while I thonk its related maybe antiviral meds. Lots of weird stuff going on down there since I got this

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PrettyUglyGirl

Mine itches when I'm developing a breakout back there. If you itch it,  it might leave scars like it did with me. 

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Quest

CVS sells a zinc lactate spray that tkes the itch away right away!

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Jimmyjimmyhuapua

It can be related i also feel itchy butt sometimes but not for a long time

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Quest

I forgot to mention it is the CVS brand of zinc lactate gly... spray. It is in the zinc cold relief section. Must be CVS brand because no one else has the same ingredients. The zinc sulfate spray takes longer for relief. :itching:That icon is how you know others experience it. 

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nope1234

I've ...only had this for a month but my butt hasnt stopped itching since I was diagnosed!

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