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Torn skin near anus, bleeding heavily. Pain in anus, vagina. Irregular periods. What is wrong?

I experienced torn skin near my anus, and had been bleeding lightly for a long period, but suddenly it became heavier bleeding and a shooting pain right through my anus.... sometimes also in vagina, esp on my period, which is quite irregular. I have been having symptoms of anemia as well. What could be wrong? Oh, and also serious pelvic pain (constant) and back pain when I lie down.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Most probably source bleeding is either from a pile mass or anal fissure which is usually associated with anal tag. This slow bleeding over long time has produced anemia in you. Increased bleeding could be due to infection of the fissure or pile mass. The pain referred to your vagina or back could be due these two issues. Consult a general surgeon who may be able to examine you and may perform proctoscopy/sigmoidoscopy on you to determine cause of bleeding. Irregular periods are usually to hormonal imbalance or uterine fibroid for which consultation with gynecologist is advisable. With treatment of bleeding per rectum and irregular periods symptoms of anemia will disappear.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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