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I have been having this really annoying vibrating feeling in my rectum, just non stop! What in the world? 29 yo female no weird sex stuff to cause it
Hmmm?: Things that make you say hmmm? See a doctor and get a physical exam. ...Read more
Have pain in rectum went to bathroom today & wiped it covered with blood went again all that came out was clear gooey stuff?
See a doctor soon: You should see a doctor soon.Get a more detailed answer ›
My infant won't make a bowl movement unless I stick a thermometer in her rectum and move it around. Is this normal? How do I get her to go on her own?
Bowel Movements: She will go on her own when she is ready to go. The biggest mistake we as parents make is thinking our babies have to go everyday. If you keep stimulating her with the thermometer, she will get to the point she will only go when she has that stimulus. So stop doing that. Some babies go multiple times a day, some go everyday, some go once a week. Adults do that too. Be patient. ...Read more
I have white skin stuff growing much. In my rectum and anus? What is this? This is like kindaa white pimples in much quantity and still growing
Might be warts: It is difficult to tell without seeing it, but, it sounds like Condyloma Acuminata, also known as genital warts. It is a sexually transmitted viral infection. See your doctor to determine if that is what it is and to have it treated. Try googling "genital warts" and see if the images look like what you have. ...Read more
I have white skin stuff growing much. In my rectum and anus? What is this? This is like kindaa white pimples in much quantity and still growing in
See doctor: The symptoms described could be due to Human Papilloma Virus induced warts, however, without an exam it is impossible to know for sure. Please see your doctor for a diagnosis. ...Read more
I stick my finger in my butt and I think I feel my rectum is swollen. Hard at times to poop, itchy, super tight, fats in poop, ?
Pain in rectum sometimes after bowel movement. Few times had clear stuff in toilet or loosely attached to stool with small amount of blood. Causes?
If any bleeding then inflammatory bowel disease would fit well--a serious autoimmune disease with a strong increased risk of needing surgery and/or cancer.
BUT, also possible is irritable bowel syndrome with exactly these symptoms, NO inflammation, tests all negative, colonoscopy negative.
would need a colonoscopy to tell which. ...Read more
Rectum not normal?:
i may need you to rephrase your question.
But, the assumption I make is that your stool is frequent and/ or soft in the morning. It is very common to have a bowel movement at the same time every day. And, to have this happen when one first awakes is also very common.
But, if your stool is not formed you may have a parasite infection or a food allergy and this needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
Consult a physician.:
I guess you mean impacted stools. Consult a physician. Often a warm mineral oil enema is used to soften and lubricate the stool. However, enemas alone are usually not enough to remove a large, hardened impaction. The mass may have to be broken up by hand. This is called manual removal.
A health care provider will need to insert one or two fingers into the rectum and slowly break up the mass. ...Read more
Am not sure what: You are asking. Are you inquiring what internal sensation you should be experiencing in your rectum/ anus? Or are you asking what it would feel like on a rectal examination? Consider clarifying and resbumitting. ...Read more
Rectum and colon: The colon has two main functions. The right half of the colon is where some of the water used in the digestive process is absorbed. The left half is a storage unit for the waste of eating. The rectum is the last portion of the storage area and has slightly more muscle to help propel the waste out during defecation. ...Read more
Proctalgis: Proctalgia is rectal pain. Any injury can produce pain. Hemorrhoids, fissures and fistula can also cause rectal pain. Symptoms are generally due to spasm of the rectal muscles. Treatment may include warm baths, relaxation techniques, oral or injected medications if there is nothing to address surgically, see your doctor for more detailed history, exam & treatment. ...Read more
Perianal skin?: Perianal skin (not rectum: that's up inside) can be lighter than surrounding skin, usually not related to vitiligo (white skin patches; Michael Jackson was thought to have had this). If there are small whitish patches or dots, that could be other things. Have your physician look atthe area. ...Read more
Trere are number of problems that may cause your symptom: hemorrhoid, vaginitis, vulvovaginitis, ect. Assuming that you are likely in postmenopausal state, it might be estrogen deficiency as well.
Please understand that it is just theory.
The best way is to be examined by your primary doctor or gynecologist to establish your diagnosis. ...Read more
Hemorrhoids vs crack: There are several causes of pain in this region, often external hemorrhoids which are thrombosed (clotted) can cause significant pain. So is fissure (a crack in the crack), which usually causes intense pain during a bm. If intermittent, brief, shooting pain in rectum could be proctalgia fugax--a difficult to treat medical mistery. I would suggest getting a medical evaluation by your doc. Good luck. ...Read more
See doctor: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful answer without additional information and physical examination. Please consult your doctor as you should not have pain. ...Read more
Recent pregnancy?: Have you had a recent vaginal delivery of a pregnancy? That is a common cause of rectal / pelvic floor pain. If that's not the case the pain could be coming from an abnormality in the anus or rectum or spasming of the perianal muscles. I would first see a GI specialist to check the rectal / anal / colon issue. If that's normal then you may need PT for pelvic floor spasm and pain. ...Read more
Only if you have: Something hard in your rectum and whatever it is, be it something inserted or impacted stool or a tumor, it isn't normal. Get examined by your doctor or a colon and rectal surgeon, sooner rather than later. ...Read more
You need: To see your doctor or a colon and rectal specialist quickly. Although most likely due to a fissure or hemorrhoids, more serious causes can be present and at your age you need to be diagnosed and treated. No amount of bleeding per rectum is ever to be considered normal. See a doctor immediately. ...Read more
Anal fissures?: If you have had a recent change in your diet or activity level, or for some reason if you have become constipated; you may have a small tear in the anal canal. These can be terribly painful, especially with bowel evacuation! Take colase, senokot, (senna) or some otc stool softener daily to get your bms back to daily soft stools. Local anal preparations may help. Usually, this is just a matter of time. ...Read more
None: Although uncomfortable and there are other accurate ways to measure body temperature as one gets older, it can always be done. ...Read more