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Lump in anus, painful bowels, has skin tag. What is causing pain?

Hi, I took my 3 month old baby to the daughter as I found a lump on her anus , I was told its just a skin tag. She gets upset like it hurts when she has a bowel movement . Her poo is solid but it s not hard. Could the skin tag be what s causing the pain, because she has only been getting upset since that has come up. Thank you. My email address is
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Thank you for the query.

This skin tag is something that associates anal fissure. If you try to look what is above it, you should notice a small wound. This wound is a fissure and this gives the pain when passing the stool.
You should visit your doctor for rectal examination. To get it healed you should keep this area dry and clean, have sitz baths with Quercus Cortex and avoid constipations and hard stool.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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