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Mass On Anus Diagnosis
See a doctor: Hi. Please see a doctor immediately. Do not ignore masses. Good luck! ...Read more
I have a mass on my anus, it is external as far as i can tell. It is very painful and swells bad (glofball sized). Now having blood. What could it be?
Pain in the back end: Bleeding and pain with bm, along with a mass is likely clotted external hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoid usually does not hurt and blood is often found coating the stool rather than mixing with it. Thrombosed external hemorrhoids and fissures are truly pain in the _ _ _ but not dangerous, and can be treated. Consult doc for eval and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
Is the pink itchy circle mass on my anus is a hemorroid? Is not whay it is, is my profile picture so u can see it thanks ,bless and why around is pink
Exam NOW appropriate: You have localized your problem to the peri-anal area. The "circle mass" you describe (sorry, we can't see the picture you posted) is worrisome, & by your description does NOT sound hemorrhoidal (hemorrhoids are typically not circumferential). Please ask your doctor to examine the area ASAP. ...Read more
I took this weight gainer called serious mass for the first time and have anus mucus yellowish I never had this before untill now I am 5'8 and 130pd ?
Can you eat nuts?: Not sure why you gave the yellow mucus, but I doubt that you need to worry. If you are trying to gain weight & you don't have allergies or problems with nuts, why not increase them in your diet? They're natural, have healthy fats, protein, minerals & fiber - not to mention calories. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Dr. I have mild case of rectal prolapse mass protrudes through anus with bleeding during defication but no pain. Do I go for surgery or any other way?
You need to make an appointment to see a surgeon. Your primary doctor will send you.
Hope all goes well. ...Read more
I had a question about a mass between the anus and vaginal canal, which is hard and tender to the touch..
Mass: This is a very odd position for a mass that is tender. Could be inflammatory, cystic, lymph node, traumatic - please have this evaluated. ...Read more
I had anal sex with my gf and ejaculated into her anus. About 6hrs later she calls and says a white mass was in her panties. Can she get pregnant?
Saw GI doctor for firm small mass inside anus felt like during gyn exam. He only did side exam and missed it. What now?
Missed pathology: Go back to the doctor and show him. He'll be happy you did. ...Read more
18 YO F After bowel movement a mass protrudes anus and sometimes bleeding occurs. It goes back in excess skin sticks out.Had for 1.5years. What to do?
Will a colonoscopy detect anal cancer/mass as well colon cancer? Is the digital exam done before the colonoscopy is performed?
Bright red blood on tissue paper after passing stools. No pain or symptoms. Cant see swelling or mass at the anal area.No Fecal colour change.
Hemorrhoids: The most likely cause of bright red bleeding, especially found on the toilet tissue, is hemorrhoids. These can be internal or external. Since you have looked and found no source or extra tissue externally it is likely to be internal hemorrhoids. Over the counter medications may help along with SITZ baths. If it worsens, becomes painful or does not clear seek a consult with your physician. ...Read more
Why is my anal bleeding when I poop an it feels like I'm trying to poop a mass out? It will come out so far an I can grab it but it hurts really b...
Hemorrhoid?: It is not uncommon to have hemorrhoids that bulge when you push for a bowel movement. Does it go away when you are done? Read the excellent answers on hemorrhoids to see how to prevent their worsening or lessen the symptoms. But see an MD for exam to ensure it is not something else ...Read more
Had a colonoscopy done doctor found rectal mass 2to 3 CM from anal verge is it normal for him to request a CT scan for this?
Hard smooth golf ball size mass in rectum in wall approx 3" above anal opening. Is painful and radiates to lower back and pelvis (all on right side). Constipated some. No blood. 34yr female. Also some uterine pain / issues . How serious is this?
I have a pain full lump on my left side of anus. Lump appeared after being diagnosised witb sinius infection and could not have a bowel movement?
Anal lumps could: be any of a number of different things. These cannot be differentiated without an examination. You will need to see a health care provider to find out for sure what is going on. ...Read more
GetToKnowItBetter...: Get to know your anus!That little thing can distinguish between solid,liquid and gas without you thinking about it.Pretty smart,huh?I know some people that can't.And under certain circumstances it can stretch as wide as your cervix does during childbirth.It'll let you know real quick if you need a bath or if it's unhappy for any reason. So take care of it. I assume you haven't?You have a problem?? ...Read more
Pains: There are many cause of pain in the anal area. Some of the more common include an abscess which may need to be drained), thrombosed hemorrhoid (which may need drainage or removal), anal fissure or crack in the anal skin. I would recommend you see you doctor who may be able to treat this or refer ...Read more
Get evaluated: Both gastroenterologists & colorectal surgeons can help you. They will first perform a visual inspection & digital exam after taking your history as to circumstances, duration, quality, timing of symptoms & your risk factors. They may then determine topical treatment or ask to perform further evaluation of the rectal lining. Symptoms may prove functional (proctalgia fugax) & warrant different rx. ...Read more
Leave anuses alone: There is no need nor any mandate to shave pubic hair, anus hair, or any hair in between. The more people who shave their pubic or anus hair, the more pressure there will be upon other people to also shave their pubic or anus hair (and lead to more cases of ingrown hairs and itchy butts). Since there is nothing inherently abnormal about pubic hair, there is no reason to shave it. It's just fashion. ...Read more
Not true: Embryologically speaking, there is a loose connection, both being part of immature forming GI tract, but there is no physical connection, which is what you are asking, i think? ...Read more
Many causes: A lot of reasons - some pretty bad, others not so much. You need a doc to examine you (you can't tell yourself - you need an exam). Not so bad: anal fissures, hemorrhoids, irritation. Need treatment: anorectal cancer, ulcerative colitis, chrohn disease. Occasionally bleeding can be from higher in the colon, or even small bowel or duodenum. ...Read more
This is a common problem
has many other problems if not treated
proper cleaning is most important
your diet may have some cause
exercise may irritate
clothing can also be an issue
anusol cream can be used two times day
after a week if not helping you can try
then see doctor if needed. ...Read more