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Anus closing up while passing stool. Why does it seem swollen? Hemorrhoids?

hey how are u doing today im having some troubles in the bathroom when trying to pass stool its almost like my anus or sphincter is closing up it feels a little swolen and tender it could be seriouse constipation or hemroids ima bit nervouse around doctors so im tyring to seek onlin ehelp first because i do know there are home practice u can use i would jus like some pro help befor i take any drastic steps with this
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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As you have noticed it may be caused by stress. It seems not to be significant but it may lead to a very serious and hard to treat disease called anal fissure.
That is why you should get rid of constipations.
It is advisable to change diet and a lifestyle. You should increase water and fiber intake, and have more active lifestyle if possible.
If this wont help you should ask your doctor about some laxatives.
Take care
Answered: Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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