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Butt chafing is not only annoying but can also cause lots of discomfort. It is however common in exercise enthusiasts, those who are overweight or obese. Anal itching, or pruritus ani, is a common symptom of a variety of conditions. Learn what causes anal itching and what you can do to treat and prevent it. Anal itching (pruritus ani) is due to irritation of the skin around the anus accompanied by a desire to scratch. The intensity of itching increases with moisture, pressure, and sitting. At its most intense, anal itching causes intolerable discomfort described as burning and soreness. Treatment of anal itching is to shower gently without directly. Chafing perhaps the most common type of anus pain runners experience is the result of chafing, which in turn is often attributable to shorts or pants not well suited to running or to clothing that becomes wet and sticky with rain, sweat or both, especially during an unusually long run such as a marathon race. Anal itching, also referred to as pruritus ani, is a rash or irritation of the skin just outside of the anal opening. Usually raw and chapped, small ulcers or sores may also be present on the skin. Butt chafing is not only annoying but can also cause lots of discomforts. It is however common for exercise enthusiasts, those who are overweight or obese.