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Oozing spot under anus. Started as lump, now inflamed. Why does it keep leaking?

I have a oozing spot on the inside the lower right cheek just under my anus . It started about a mouth back as a lump, I believe chafing coursed it to inflame and now I have a Wight spot about 1cm round with a crater like hole in the centre witch is constantly leaking (a lot) I have squeeze n tried to pop this n a extreme amount of puss violently flys out. It has got to the point were I have tissue the constantly, the slightest touch courses it to leak and the puss / blood seems to be never ending. ........
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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You probably are having a fistula in ano.
Tests should be done to see the internal opening in the anorectum.
Sigmoidoscopy/ MR fistulogram should be done to see the internal opening and to delineate the fistula tract.
Surgery is done to treat fistula in ano.
Hope that answers your question.
Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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