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Anal Itching and Pruritus Ani…How to make it STOP?!

Pruritus Ani took over my life for the last 4 years.  I was sooo uncomfortable because I'd be out in public and have to constantly sneak away to itch my anus because the urge was too great.  I've tried wipes, creams, gels, diets, and changing my hygiene processes but nothing seemed to work.  However, I just started using this ointment I got online called Pranicure and amazingly the itching is starting to go away!  

Does anyone else have experience with Pranicure ointment?  It could be the ticket!
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You definitely have found the best solution.  My story is over 20 years of extreme suffering.  There were plenty of moments I just wanted to put a bullet in my head.  I found Pranicure 3 years ago.  They warned me that since I had suffered for so long that Pranicure might take a while to work completely.  Within 2 weeks I was sleeping through the night and after 4 weeks I was down to applying just once every day.  Now I only have to apply it once every few days.  I wish there was a cure but everything I ready says there is no permanent cure yet.  Stay with Pranicure...it will only get better from here!  Good luck!
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I wholeheartedly agree!  Pranicure is the only product that I'd recommend for pruritus ani!  My anal itching was getting so terrible that I could hardly go out in public anymore…it's for sure your best bet!
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