Yes Please. About a week ago I started to have
No reason to be nervous.
What you describe sounds like hemorroidal disease, alternatively a fissure or perianal abscess. To be sure, it is necessary to inspect your perianal area. You are welcome to send a photo. If it is a hemorroid, creme can sometimes help in the acute phase. At the same time it is important to keep your stools soft. Laxatives can be used if dietary changes with high fiber intake and lots of water does not help.
If it is a fissure, a creme with a nitrate or diltiazem compound may help along with modifications to keep the stool soft.
An abscess can usually be felt as a very tender soft tumor close to the anal orifice. But, a clinical photo will help greatly to differentiate between these conditions. And, all are completely benign, but annoying.
You may be right
I have not heard about toothpaste to cause this specifically. But the absence of symptoms after stopping the use of the toothpaste suggests an association.
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