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Black colored lump on the anal opening, not painful, blood in stools. Home remedy?

I m 20 years female I have small lump of black color on opening of anus ...its not painfull but I feel the anal muscles are tightened n feel tat thightend pain I get constipated once in 6 months usually when I do only studying and don t go out or perform exercise...n today morning I found blood sticking to ma stools ...I m really embarrassed to go to doctor please tel me some remedy that I can do at home
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Hello dear,
you seem to have a blood collection under the skin which is called as Hematoma. Blood in stools means that this is ruptured or torn. Please dont hezitate to go to a doctor. See a Colorectal surgeon & Proctologist to solve it.
meanwhile sit in a tub of warm water 2-3 times a day for 10min each. This may help your body to absorb the blood collection.
still go to a proctologist in your town.
take care.
wish you good health.
Dr. Pravin Gore,
Laproscopic colorectal surgeon & Proctologist.
Mumbai - INDIA
Answered: Mon, 29 Sep 2014
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