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Severe burning near rectal area, no pain on passing stools. History of haemorrhoids. Suggestions?

I have a burning near my rectal area. It feels like someone has stuck a hot needle near my anus . I went to the gyn and she said that she did not see any breaks in the skin and did not recommend anything. I am still uncomfortable and don t know what to do. I have hemorrids but they do not hurt or bleed . I have no pain when I use the bathroom. I don t feel any bumps down there. What should I do or who should I see?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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hello and welcome to healthcare magic forum!

when do you get the pain ? please specify, it would be because of the hemorrhoids so i would suggest you to go to a good homeopathic physician nearby where you stay for a complete cure.

wishing you good health!
Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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1. If your doctor has checked you and find nothing abnormal, it could be intestinaL worms (PIN), rectal spasm or IBS?
2. excess of caffeine/stress??
3. have a sigmoidoscopy?
Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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