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I am having abdominal pain,lump in rectum and blood in urine. What can i do ?

MY HUSBAND HAS A BIG PAINFUL LUMP IN HIS RECTUM BLOOD IN THE URINE IS UNABLE TO AMBULATE DUE TO THE PAIN WHAT CAN BE WRONG MY HUSBAND IS 35 YEARS OLD, COMPLAINING FOR THE LAST 3 DAYS OF ABDOMINAL PAIN , PELVIC PAIN , AND ALSO LUMP IN THE RECTUM. HE ALSO NOTICED BLOOD WHEN URINATING. HE IS UNABLE TO AMBULATE AND HAS NOT BEEN ABLE TO HAVE A BOWEL MOVEMENT DUE TO THE PAIN. WHAT CAN BE WRONG?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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The painful lump in rectum which is preventing bowel movement as well as ambulatation could be a blind or obstructed piles.Please consult a Surgeon as soon as possible so that he can examine him and give treatment to reduce the pain & help him be comfortable.Don't wait consult soon to avoid further complication.
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Answered: Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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