If diarrhea can be controlled, so may fecal staining and incontinence. If you have a history of skin symptoms involving other parts of your body, your doctor will want to examine these skin areas as well. Avoid tight clothing, and wear light, breathable cotton underwear. The most common symptom is that you feel a continuing urge to have a bowel movement. Is an infection caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox. Or an anal fissure. They may itch, burn, or hurt, especially during a bowel movement.
Sore painful raw skin and anus. Eczema is most common in babies and children, but it can begin at any age. May trigger or contribute to diarrhea, or make your stool more acidic. The itch will pass, or at least decrease in intensity, over a short time, but the more you scratch, the longer it will take for the itching to go away. It feels good to scratch the area, but this can damage the sensitive local nerve endings and relief is achieved only temporarily.
Avoid foods and drugs that may irritate or that are associated with itching. They can also lead to: