Yup, used Calmoseptine. The only thing I don't like about
it is that it has a "cooling" sensation (methol) but if you don't have sensation back there anyway, you won't notice it.
The key is to make sure that all the skin in the anal area is clean and dry before you apply the cream -- it creates a moistureproof barrier, which protects your skin from leakage, but that also means it can trap moisture against your skin, and that can cause a yeast infection. As long as you're dry before you apply the cream, you'll be fine!
dx'ed UC pancolitis 5/12
past meds: asacol hd, VSL#3, apriso, rowasa, xifaxan, 6mp, cortifoam, pentasa, cimzia, canasa, butyrate, flagyl, cipro, prednisone, remicade, methotrexate, cholestyramine, cortenema
current meds: none!
step one: colectomy, end ileo 1/16/13
step two: j-pouch construction, loop ileo 5/1/13
step three: takedown 7/31/13