Itchy Butthole

Well, Hello there!

Since you are reading this, odds are you have an itchy butthole, or know someone who does.

No worries, let’s just pretend you are doing research for “someone else”.  Even so, we’ll continue to use “you” in place of “someone else”. :)

So, is it driving you INSANE??? Is it embarrassing, painful, annoying, and doggedly persistent?

Itchy-Butthole.com offers you an option for eliminating the cause of butthole itching, even if the itch is SO BAD or has been there SO LONG that you’ve given up hope of eliminating it.

Butthole Itch – The Cause

Unless you’re content to simply scratch, rub, shift awkwardly in your seat, and then scratch some more, getting to the cause of your itchy butthole becomes paramount.

What is the actual cause of butthole itching?  While it may vary from person to person, one of the most common sources of butthole itching is a localized yeast or bacterial infection.

This infection irritates the skin around the anus/rectum/butthole. In turn, this irritation gets itchy, then more itchy, and then so incredibly and agonizingly itchy that you have googled “itchy butthole”, and are now looking for answers on this website.

Bacteria and yeast like warm moist places, and guess what your butthole is?  It is a warm and moist place.

There’s a decent chance that the source of your butthole itch is something other than a bacterial or a yeast infection, but there’s also a decent chance that it is just that.  Obviously, this website can’t tell you what’s going on in your butt, so the information that follows may or may not be of interest to you.

How to Get at the Cause of a Butthole Infection and Eliminate It

Idea 1: Scratch It Like Crazy

It is doubtful whether any amount of scratching has ever eliminated a bacterial or yeast infection. Sure, it might feel good in the moment, but it likely won’t get rid of the source.

Idea 2: Wait It Out

Another option for eliminating a bacterial or yeast infection is to simply let the immune system take care of it.  You know, wait for a few weeks or months, and hope the butthole itch goes away. Patience is a virtue, but extremely annoying sometimes. If you like scratching, you’ll really like this option.

Idea 3: Eliminate the Bacterial or Yeast (Fungal) Infection

You may not like the implication of this idea (as it forces you to admit that you have an infected butthole), but this is a fair idea to consider.

There are many ways of getting rid of an infection, but many of them involve prescription antibiotics. If you want to pursue this, go to a doctor and they’ll be glad to hook you up with a healthy pharmacy bill.

Another way of dealing with bacterial and yeast infections is to use an over-the-counter antimicrobial product like structured silver solution.

There are lots of silvers on the market, but ones with structured molecules and alkaline pH are the latest and best.

Antimicrobial products come in gels, liquids and powders, but “ease of application” vs “effectiveness” is what you’ll be interested in. If you can get a liquid or gel that kills the bacteria and yeast quickly (like good structured silver solution does) that may be causing your itchy rear, you’ll be on the way to less itch. For liquid silver, an easy way to get to the itch is to pour 4+ ounces into a warm bath and just sit in the tub for 20 minutes. Relax, let the bathwater go where it goes, and eliminate the source of itch. Silver is relatively easy to apply and has been proven to sterilize skin for hours, so you can imagine what it’ll do on your butthole!

Goodbye bacteria and/or yeast, that’s what! You’ll be joining the itch-free and living a carefree life again soon. For a change, you can stop thinking about your butt CONSTANTLY and get back to real life again!

This information may not be complete, but hopefully it helps you in your quest to nail your anal itch once and for all!!!