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prolonged sitting or standing
 
change diaper frequently
 
flush skin with plain water during change
 
lack of fiber in diet
 
difficulty falling asleep
 
quality of life is negatively impacted
 
fatigue
 
pregnancy
 
less than 1 week
 
Allantoin, Calamine, cocoa butter, dimethicone for treatment
 
apply skin protectant with each change
 
lasting longer than 3 weeks to years
 
straining with defecation
 
itching, discomfort, swelling, seepage
 
lasting 1-3 weeks
 
depression, irritability, anxiety
 
No topical analgesics or antifungal
 
decrease sweating, antipyretics
 
dietary measures, improve hygiene, possibly surgical or nonsurgical methods
 
diphenhydramine, unisoms, melatonin, valerian, kava
 
14 consecutive days
 
antidepressants, antihypertensive agents, sympathomimetics
 
wear loose, light-colored, and lightweight clothign
 
avoid heavy lifting
 
soak in colloidal oatmeal bath, use water-washable antipruritic product
 
transient inflammation of the skin
 
papules, ulceration, erosion of skin in severe cases
 
respiratory disorders, hypertension, GERD, arthritis can exacerbate
 
only OTC FDA approved category 1 sleep aid
 
can maks pain of severe anorectal disorders, can have rapid absorption
 
10 days no improvement see physician
 
temporary relief of discomfort, itching, irritation, and burning; ex: lanolin oil, topical starch, or mineral oil
 
witch hazel; relieves itching, irritation, and burning
 
occurs at any part of body with sweat glands
 
nonpharm treat: keep area dry, wash skin, use alcohol-free wipes
 
hydrocortisone to relieve itching for adults, goes away quickly
 
treats hemorrhoids, may mask symptoms of bacterial and fungal infections; hydrocortisone is active ingredient
 
should not be applied internally, produces local sensation to distract from pain, itching, burning or discomfort
 
up to 6 times/day, exact mechanism unknown, methemoglobinemia, myxedema, circulatory collapse are side effects
 
tub sits on toilet and holds warm water to sit in 2-3 times daily
 
type of astringent, relieves itching, irritation, and burning, effective with anorectal disorders
 
regular sleep pattern, relaxing activities before bed, avoid caffeine, alcohol, or nicotine
 

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