Conditions with symptom: 'lumps on anus'
I have always shaved my pubic area, and usually have to do round my anus aswel, I'm used to the odd ingrowing hair on my pubic bone area, and have always managed to get rid of them. But lately I think I have had an outburst of them between my anus and the opening of my vigina, I have a cluster of small, hard lumps, tiny, but theres alot, I can't see them as it's such an awkward area, but I can feel them, and so I can't bring myself to have oral sex for these little lumps. What can I do??
Hello Dr. Can Piles be not next to the anus? Since last Friday a few painful lumps appeared in my bum, but about 1cm from the actually anus, could this still be haemorrhoids?
Hi I have what looks like another anus between my anus and scrotum (much nearer my anus). It will expand and contract in line with my anus (if that makes sense),it is about the same diameter as a finger tip but it causes no pain or discomfort at all and ive had it as long as i can remember. What is it? Should I worry about it?
hi, I had a mirena coil inserted just under 2 months ago, and I've just checked for the strings which I was told to do once a month, only this time I've found some lumps in there and am now worried. I've never had lumps in there before, but I can feel 2 large hard grape sized lumps with one very small one above them, and if I push on them they don't hurt or move, just remain hard and put uncomfortable pressure against the internal wall seperating my vagina from my anus. I'm not sure what these are and think maybe they are something to do with the coil? I was advised it could cause ovarian cysts but nothing like this, which is why I'm concerned. They were not there on my 6 week check up just over a week ago. I have a new partner but there hasn't been any sexual activity yet and none for a few months. What are these lumps?
Around my anus i have lumps which sometimes each and bleed, can anyone help me with telling me what they could be?
Do you wash your anus with water and soap after going to the toilet or just wipe with waper and think you're 'clean'?
hi i am a 19 yr old male. I am quiet sexually active and enjoy experimentation also a regular gym goer. i have a large lump at the entrance of my anus and had other ones there aswell iv poped a few in the past and puss and blood came out. the largest one i dont want to pop because too tender. but recently i noticed alot of small lumps (big enough to see easily) and bumps quite pink all around my anus. sometimes i do bleed when i go for a poo, is it hemorrhoids? im pretty embarrassed and dont want to go the doctors . i wouldnt even know what to say
I have small lumps around my vagina and anus, i'm too embarassed to be examined by my doctor, where else can i go? x
you can go to the clinic :). if you dont want to go to your doctor you can see a nurse. am sure you will be fine, just remember your both women when you go. i have to see a woman doctor to make me feel more comfortable.
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I'm 15 and i noticed quite small purple lumps around my anus which get a little bigger and more purple when i push. They aren't painful or itchy but sometimes i notice a little bit of blood on the toilet roll and i don't go to the toilet that much (around twice a week). I'm pretty sure they are haemorrhoids but not sure if they are internal or external. i also have a small skin coloured lump a bit above my anus which isn't painful or itchy or anything, does it sound like a skin tag?? please help.
i have noticed some purple colouring around my anus, they may have very minor lumps on them, it is abit itchy..is it hemorrhoids and can you get rid of them completely?
I have two squidgy black lumps between my vaginal opening and my anus. Im 14 and im too embarrassed to talk to my parents or the doctor.. anyone have any ideas what they could be?
Sounds like a hemeroid. Try some hemeroid cream, and they should shrink in a day or so. Don't be nervous, talk to mom!
It sounds like piles to me hun u will need to get medication from docs for it tto go
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