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Anonymous

I am here to help people that might think they have anal warts but instead have an anal yeast infection. If you have an itchy anus and feel tiny pusticles its probably a yeast infection. The best thing to do is to keep that area clean and dry as well as use a topical cream that contains Clotrimazole. Its over the counter at any drug or grocery store under jock itch usually. May also be under as a vaginal cream. Use it 2x a day for at least 7 days.

I hope this helps people and please do not use ACV. Go see a doctor if you have anal warts and they will treat it with multiple treatments of cryo freezing. Don't be embarrassed it isn't something they haven't seen before.

I wish you all well and I wish you good luck in your treatments.

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Anonymous

New to the site. Posted this a few minutes ago, but I guess they need to review it first. I'm pasting it again here as I believe it is useful info, and relates to the above post.

If you are looking into this, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:

Be really careful with the vinegar treatment. I am 34, pretty good shape, etc. I did ONE vinegar treatment on a Wednesday night for a few hours. The following Sunday, I was in so much pain I almost went to the ER.

The following is kinda graphic:

The vinegar/acid destroyed the skin around my anus, and about an inch or so inside my rectum. The vinegar created open sores, which soon became infected. As I described above, four days after the treatment I was in the worst pain of my life. I cannot overstate this. My anus became a mess of infection, mucus, puss, blood, etc. Eventually, I had to have a bowel movement, and the pain became even worse. The pain was unexplainable. I wanted to go to the ER, but was in too much pain to move.
Fortunately, I went to the doctor several days later. They were genuinely freaked out by it. My doctor left the room, and I heard him talking on the phone with another colleague. He sounded alarmed. Several days later, I found myself in a doctor's office, in a hospital gown, with two doctors and an PA looking at my butt as if it was a gruesome crime scene. They glanced at it, gasped, covered their mouths with their hands, and turned away.
Ultimately, they put me on two antibiotics, and what I believe to be placebo pain meds. After the initial visit, I have seen the doctor every other day for about two weeks. I finally had my last visit today. The wounds are not completely healed, but the infection is gone, and I no longer have pain.
Ironically, they gave me a full STI check, did a culture of my sores, and all tests came back clean.
Dudes out there, and woman too - don't fuck around with this. Organic apple cider vinegar seems harmless, but it will tear up your asshole. Literally. Be safe.

Anonymous

Another comment on the above post: Do not be afraid to tell your doctor what is really going on. Be an adult and seek the health care you need. Doctors don't care. I understand it is embarrassing and awkward. Keep in mind they have probably seen much worse. (Many doctors work in public health clinics as part of their medical education, and have already seen some nasty shit.) Legally, they (meaning doctors, nurses, support staff) have to keep everything private. If they violate this, they can be sued, lose their license, etc.

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