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Bump near the anus, no bleeding, no discharge, causing discomfort. What could this be?

Not that it matter but I just had shoulder surgery and now I have this kinda bump I wanna say blister but it starts out red tingly and I know it s coming , I ve had this before I get it like once or twice a year it does get like a blister after about 4 days it doesn t itch it s just painful to sit doesn t affect going to the bathroom , by the time I say man I need to see a doc about this it soon goes away , it really doesn t pop or leak or anything ( I don t think ) I m very clean but sweat a whole lot actively sweat , same partner for 11 yrs , I m 120 pounds wet very active , this comes about at the oddest times , the last was summer of 2011 I thought because I was laying in the sun a lot and sweating , other times I was at the gym about to sit to do sit - ups and I got that feeling like oh noooo it s back then within an hour I have the bump , in this case I had surgery 10-16 and 10-18 I have this blister like thingy which at this time feels like a loose skin on top hurts like hell though , it s about an inch from the top of my crack and on the right side if I speread the right side it is an 1/8 away from my crack kinda burns now , and always the same spot no where else no spreading anywhere , and yes I am embarrassed to see a doc oh and I m 4mo shy of being fifty ( but look 30ish ) lol soooo what s up with me Doc ???? And I m female not pregnant but do have a 13 yr old
Asked On : Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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Dear patient,

Thanks for your concerns. By the description and the painful symptoms, most likely this is an annal fissure, like a "cut" in the perianal area which is as you well know very sensitive. The most common aggravating factror for it is constipation, and thus, basic treatment to help healing includes topical medication for comfort such as Preparation H, plenty of fruits, vegetables, fluid and fiber in your diet, and avoid vigorous wiping.

Yours truly,

Dr Brenes-Salazar MD
Mayo Clinic MN
Answered: Thu, 12 Sep 2013
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