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Are sores near anus symptom of hemmorrides ?

I have sores in the crack of my butt. It runs from the top of the butt crack to before the anus . I am heavy. This area gets wet. Could this cause this irritation? I had an argument with my roommate who insists this is a hemmorrid. I told him that hemmorrides form inside the anus and could come outside. Not into the butt crack. I had this before (the last time I was this heavy). What should I do?
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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Hemorrhoids is also known as this there is budge in the anal/rectal blood vessels which bleed after the passage of stools particularly when the stool is hard which happens due to constipation.. You have crack in the butt. Which is a different thing. Apply lubricant/petroleum jelly to it and see that it doesn't rub against the floor. Keep the surrounding part dry. It will slowly heal.
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