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Rectal pain, gas, intense pressure, cold sweats, PCOS, diabetic. Treatment options?

I get random episodes of pain right very close to my behind opening. It happens in the daytime but more often in the middle of the night. I think I have to let gas but nothing comes out. The pain is very intense. I begin to fade out, near passing out from the pain. I break out in a cold sweat everywhere. I usually end up stripping and rolling on the cold floor to feel better. It can take upto 30 minutes to feel relief. What causes this? Could it be polyps? I have pcos and am a diabetic.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Polyps are usually painless , they cause bleeding which is painless. You could be suffering from fissure in Ano, which is a small ulcer at your anal opening. Get yourself thoroughly examined by General Surgeon. Consume lots of water, apply Xylocaine Ointment at anal opening, Sitting in warm water tub with salt added just before sleeping will help.
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