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Blue soft lump on anus, bleeding in stools, increasing in size on passing stools. Treatment?

Hi, I ve noticed this blue lump/soft ball like thing on my anus whenever is pass... I also get occasional bleeds in my stools and every 2/3 weeks I have allott of blood on the tissue too... Can you offer any help on this? It s not there normally but seems to get bigger n bigger everyone I pass a stool.... Thank you.
Asked On : Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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dear customer,

The bleeding from rectum is not a normal thing and as per your symptoms the chances of haemorrhoids might be there which may cause such soft swelling associated with frequent bleeding.

You should have the physical examination done by doctor/surgeon to know the underlying cause.The surgical resection may be required for complete cure.The other options are medical management, sclerotherapy etc.

The other causes like polyps, cancer etc should also be ruled out by having the biopsy/fnac done.

Thank you
Answered: Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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