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Initially you can see your primary physician regarding this. A rectal exam with physical inspection and possible hemoccult test may be necessary. Depending on what is found, they can make the proper referral for you. Likely causes of this can be excessive dry skin, hemorrhoids, infection, fistula, etc. Treatment for this will vary depending on what it is.
I apologize--I responded before I read your answer and I think I may have messed up trying to ask a follow up Question.
While I try to find time to see a Dr what can I for the itchignasde from what I am already doing? I work as a public defender and I have very very little time to go see a Dr. I need help.