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Have large lump or inflamed anus muscle. Caused pain. Help

I have a large lump or enflamed anus muscle that has caused me severe pain for the last four days.. It has gradually been going down and the pain subsiding but it was extremely panful to do any physical activities and I had to take off of work.. I have noticed no blood in my stool but some PUss does come out. it is very hard and feels as though some muscle in there is severely bruised and e.flamed. I fell at the beach on rocks on the Monday a.d started experincing pain and inflammation Wednesday.. What do you think this could be?
Asked On : Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Perianal abscess is one of the commonest condition .Sometimes,it gets ruptured and releases pus.
IF the lump is still persistent,there will be residual pus.
Please consult a surgeon,enlarge the opening and let out the pus completely.
It should be followed by antibiotics and anti inflammatory medicines.
Wish you speedy recovery
Answered: Wed, 2 Oct 2013
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