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Small Hole Anus
Small hole above the anus. doesn't hurt or discharge anything. It. Very rarely ever itches. Any ideas of what it is? Should I get it checked?
Seek exam: these can be warts, they can be small tags, they can be benign comedos (clogged pores) An exam will differentiate ...Read more
When I push my anus out, I have a small section that dips in like a cave... what is it? its not painful
Why: do you push your anus out? it may be hemorrhoid or a void in a muscle stop the action that causes the issue ...Read more
I have a small hemeroid on the inner part of my anus. It does not itch or hurt. I noticed while wiping. Is there any suggestions to a fix?
Likely not: Depends on how long it's been there, if only a few days likely a thromboses hemorrhoid which will resolve within a few days , if it persists or gets larger see a doc. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Unfortunately : Unfortunately without a clinical examination - it's impossible for any of us to help. Best bet is to see your family doctor or dermatologist if you're concerned about it. Hope that helps! ...Read more
I accidentaly got a small rubber ball stuck is my anus, i don't know what to do! please help me asap .
If : If indeed the rubber ball is small, you should try to poop it out. If you can't, you should go to your local emergency department (ed) for a physician to remove it. Don't be afraid to go out of embarassment. Every experienced ed physician (or general surgeon) has had to deal with this problem. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have small white bumps on my anus. They do not hurt or itch at all. Is this a problem? Is it normal?
I have noticed recently two small purple dots right under the anus and am very worried about what it is?
Hard to say!: A short description of a skin problem is not enough usually to allow us to make a decent guess as to what is going on. A picture is worth a thousand words! as the camera adds tell us. Consider taking a picture of the dots and then doing a second opinion consult with a doc on healthtap, who can then give you a better idea of what is going on. Definite diagnosis though is best done by seeing MD. ...Read more