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4yo female co severe rectal pain. Says not constip nor recent large bm. Says didn't injure. Also temp of 101.5. No recent exposures I know of. ?

4yo female co severe rectal pain. Says not constip nor recent large bm. Says didn't injure. Also temp of 101.5. No recent exposures I know of. ?

See doctor ASAP: Anyone with severe rectal pain and fever should be seen asap. Abscess may be present; if not addressed rapidly, significant complications may ensue. It is unclear from your question if this is a child or adult; regardless, see the doctor now. ...Read more

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Dr. Carolyn Messere
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Rectal Pain (Definition)

Anorectal pain is a symptom in which a person has pain in his anus (where his stool/poop comes out) and his rectum (the part of his intestine just inside the anus). The pain may be there only during pooping, or both during ...Read more


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Severe rectal pain for hours after bm?

Severe rectal pain for hours after bm?

Fissure: Younae describing a fissure. High fiber, high fluid diet, nitroglycerine ointment. Sometimes surgery is needed. ...Read more

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What could be causing my severe rectal pain and bleeding?

What could be causing my severe rectal pain and bleeding?

Anal Fissure common: From this limited detail, i suspect anal fissure. This is the most common cause for this combination of problems, however it is worthwhile to see your colorectal surgeon to make sure it isn't something worse. Start a high fiber and water diet. Use warm water baths. Surgery is curative if conservative measures fail. ...Read more

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Is it possible for endometiosis to cause severe rectal pain?

Is it possible for endometiosis to cause severe rectal pain?

Possible but unlikel: Endometriosis can implant on the outside of the rectal wall but very unlikely that it would lead to severe rectal pain, more likely causes would be things such as an anal fissure...See a colon and rectal surgeon if it persists. ...Read more

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Diversion colitis: can it cause severe rectal pain and pain with sitting due to inflammation of area and nerves?

Diversion colitis: can it cause severe rectal pain and pain with sitting due to inflammation of area and nerves?

It can: Diversion colitis, or symptoms in the remaining rectal stump, can be variable from none, to severe rectal pain, bleeding, fistula and infection. Diagnosis and treatment will benefit you. Hopefully you will become a candidate to get your bowel reconnected. Be well. ...Read more

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Have had severe rectal pain for 8+ mos., feels like sharp gravel on L side--started the day after a routine colonoscopy!!... Was I injured during C?

Have had severe rectal pain for 8+ mos., feels like sharp gravel on L side--started the day after a routine colonoscopy!!... Was I injured during C?

It's possible.: If your symptoms have gone on for 8 months, you really need to get back to the doctor who did the colonoscopy and be reevaluated for the cause of pain. It simply isn't possible to give any significant information on a forum without further workup and examination. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What is causing my severe rectal pain and bleeding drops?

Prob. anal fissure: Pain during and after defecation is the landmark of anal fissure while bleeding is usually none or minimal. ...Read more

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Very severe rectal pain that spreads to left testicle and all groin area. What could be wrong?

Proctalgia Fugax: Pain associated with that area that can involve the perineum in a male that has no real association with swelling or bowel movement may be proctalgia or levator syndrome which is spasm of the pelvic floor. It can take a variety of appearances and the essence of diagnosis is one of exclusion. A simple exam can rule out infection or other primary rectal findings. ...Read more

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Dr. Jason Bodzin
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Severe Rectal Pain (Definition)

Severe rectal pain (pain on the inner side of the anus) is usually an emergency. Causes include rupture of an organ, internal ...Read more