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    What causes pain in the anus?

On occasion I have a pain in my anus, feels like a need to mave a movement, but usally comes after one. The pain lasts for 20 -30 mins, and can be quite painful. Haven t had one in a while, but last two days have had a dull pain in lower right inside corner of buttocks. Anything I have read says it a spasm, just wondering.
Wed, 17 May 2017
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anal pain is common.. and is easily treatable... commonly snap pain occurs due to some localised infections, due to inflammatory bowel disease, snap fissures which may caused mainly if excessive straining is fine while poo,haemorroids this may also caused by constipation... so to avoid problems u should drink plenty of water n include fibrous diet... this conditions is easily treatable.. but if problem persists and rectal bleeding and severe pain continues then don't hesitate to consult doctor
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