Lump In The Anus And Feels Sore?
I was in the afternoon between 2015 and before I had ambient surgery, it was very torturous, I often walked in the year I thought I was free from ambient activities, as usual, now in 2019 I began to worry again because of my work sitting at work coming home at night and my ambient turned out grow again instead I feel the lumps as they used to come out, plus there is a small lump on the edge and the small lump is sore if cleaned after the chapter, think about how and what can heal by taking medicine / ointment thanks
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of a painful anal lump can indeed be a sign of hemorrhoid. In addition, various other conditions, such as anal abscesses, rectal prolapse, anal cancer, genital warts, etc. can also cause complaints similar to hemorrhoid symptoms. Therefore, if you have not seen a doctor, you should not be too early to conclude that your condition did arise due to hemorrhoid.
Hemorrhoid occurs due to swelling of veins in the anus or lower rectum. This condition usually occurs due to high pressure around the anus, for example in people who often sit long, have constipation, diarrhea or chronic coughs, have a heavy body fat, pregnant women, as well as people who often lift heavy objects in their daily lives.
Although it is rare, hemorrhoids that have been operated on are indeed not impossible to recur. However, considering that there are still many other possible conditions that cause other complaints like yours, then you should not panic first. Check with your doctor or surgeon first so that the cause of your complaint can be detected and handled properly, right?
For the time being, you can first alleviate complaints that arise with:
Take paracetamol when pain is very disturbing
Soak your anus in warm water
Prevent constipation by drinking lots, eating lots of fruit, diligently eating vegetables, not fond of holding bowel movements, exercising regularly
Maintain body weight so you don't get overweight
Live a healthy lifestyle
Get more rest
Hope this helps ...