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What causes painful bump on anus?

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Posted on Fri, 20 May 2016
Question: Hi myself XXXXXXX and I'm suffering from anal pain from past 4 days. I believe that it is due constipation and even I had captured video of anal opening. It is observed that a violet colored bump is appearing on anus opening. So please help me out from this problem
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Answered by Dr. Ronald Schubert (30 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Internal hemorrhoid

Detailed Answer:
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From you description is sounds like you have a hemorrhoid. This hemorrhoid is like a varicose vein or enlarged vein around the rectum the becomes inflamed and has a clot in it. The best treatment is to see a surgeon you can remove the blood clot and allow for healing. You don't need to see a surgeon you can treat it by making sure you have soft and easy to pass BMs. Use a fiber laxative like psyllum to make your stools soft and easy to pass. When you strain to have a BM you put extra pressure around the rectum and get hemorrhoids. You can also try using Witch XXXXXXX pads to help keep the rectal area clean.

In summary
1. Hemorrhoid
2. surgical removal usually done in the surgeon's office
3. No surgery
4. FIber laxatives
5. Soft BMs and easy to pass stools
6. No straining to have a BM
7. Witch XXXXXXX pads to clean rectal area

I hope I answered your question. Please contact us again if you have any additional questions
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What causes painful bump on anus?

Brief Answer: Internal hemorrhoid Detailed Answer: Thank you for contacting HCM with your health care concerns From you description is sounds like you have a hemorrhoid. This hemorrhoid is like a varicose vein or enlarged vein around the rectum the becomes inflamed and has a clot in it. The best treatment is to see a surgeon you can remove the blood clot and allow for healing. You don't need to see a surgeon you can treat it by making sure you have soft and easy to pass BMs. Use a fiber laxative like psyllum to make your stools soft and easy to pass. When you strain to have a BM you put extra pressure around the rectum and get hemorrhoids. You can also try using Witch XXXXXXX pads to help keep the rectal area clean. In summary 1. Hemorrhoid 2. surgical removal usually done in the surgeon's office 3. No surgery 4. FIber laxatives 5. Soft BMs and easy to pass stools 6. No straining to have a BM 7. Witch XXXXXXX pads to clean rectal area I hope I answered your question. Please contact us again if you have any additional questions