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Rectum Blister Symptoms
Is it possible to have herpes over 20 years and not know it. How can yoube tested for it if the blister is in your rectum?
Heal naturally: I think you're describing an internal hemorroid. If it's not bleeding, it will heal on it's own. If it continues to bleed, see your doctor. ...Read more
Painful lump or blister in my rectum. Painful while passing stool. Difficult to get some sleep due to the pain.
Doubt internal hemrr: One reliable characteristic of internal hemrroids is that they are not painful. The may or may not bleed. Painful mass may represent external hemrroid, abcess, herpes simplex, or a fissure that had become inflamed and begun granulating, giving the general sense of a mass. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a row of very painful itchy blisters under my right breast.I also have a burning itching in my rectum area.Do you think these 2 issues related?
Hard to know: without seeing you, Maryamj, but it sounds like you might have a fungal infection which can occur in any tight space where there is trapped sweat and is called intertrigo. These infections are especially common in diabetics, so you should be checked for that, especially if you have a family history or are overweight. Meanwhile, try Cruex powder and keep the areas very dry, perhaps with tissue. ...Read more
What does it means when i saw some blisters on my rectum's pic and if i view it on my computer (large icons size) some white spots.(i haven't have sex?
See you doctor: You need to see your doctor for proper exam and medical advice. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of an internal prolapse? How can it be identified? I see the inner rectum when straining, is it an internal prolapse?
Often i suffer from waves of pain going through the colon to the rectum , is that i symptom of something bigger?
? tenesmus: It important to know whether this is of a new onset or chronic. Any irritation of the colon can cause cramping that can appear wavelike. New onset could be an infection in the colon, a chronic pain could be multiple cause including irritable bowel or inflammatory bowel disease. A good rule of thumb is does the pain wake you up at night? If it does, this needs to be investigated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Soreness at rectum and very lite bleeding after wiping. Sometimes some leakage. Any thoughts? No other symptoms.
Get proctoscopy: You should see a gastroenterologist or a colorectal surgeon for detailed rectal exam and proctoscopy if necessary. Common causes of such symptoms are anal fissure, hemorrhoids and perianal fistula/sinus. Procto-colitis is another condition that can be diagnosed with proctoscopy and is important in young individuals. Treatment will depend upon diagnosis. ...Read more