Handling Of A Small, Painless Lump On The Edge Of The Rectum?
I have a small lump on the edge of the rectum, it doesn’t hurt when pressed but sometimes itches, is there any non-surgical procedure to get rid of it?
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Buried lumps can sometimes cause discomfort, and even a lump that seems trivial can sometimes be a sign of another dangerous disease in the body. Here are lumps that can appear in the anus, you need to know:
Hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids. Is a lump that is common / mostly occurs in society. Is a lump that appears due to increased pressure from the blood vessels around the anus / rectum. The causes of increased pressure include excess body weight, frequent sitting habits, frequent straining / too long during defecation, frequent heavy lifting activities. When the lump is still relatively mild, it usually goes away on its own but, if it is getting worse, it should be checked by a doctor to determine the right therapy. Anus / rectal abscess. Is a lump filled with pus, feels so painful throbbing, especially when sitting, or even bleeding. This is due to an infection accompanied by an anal fistula, or sore on the anal fissure, or even because of a sexually transmitted infection due to anal sex. Anal cancer. Usually accompanied by other additional signs / symptoms such as unusual bleeding in the rectum, or unusual discharge in the rectum, itching or pain in the rectum, to difficulty holding back bowel movements. Because the highest incidence is due to anal sex, it is better to choose sex that is not at risk by avoiding anal sex and protecting yourself from HPV infection by immunizing against the HPV virus. Lumps in the rectum require a direct visual examination by a doctor to the patient, because without direct visualization of the lump, the lump cannot just be concluded, is it due to hemorrhoids, or infection / abscess, or because of something else. So you should immediately consult a surgeon to see if any lumps are present, although there is the possibility of surgery, not all lumps need surgery.
To avoid a lump condition that gets worse / bigger, it doesn't hurt if you apply a few tips such as:
consume fibrous foods balanced with adequate water consumption so that defecation is not difficult and push if there is a desire to CHAPTER never delay to CHAPTER regular exercise choose foods that do not aggravate the condition of the lumps such as those containing lots of fat and oil, avoid lifting heavy loads too often avoid anal sex keep the anus clean That's all the information from us, hopefully it's useful. Thanks.