Lumps Around The Anus?
Excuse me outside around my anus a small lump grows, the lump does not cause pain when I defecate or sit, what do you think it is, is it dangerous, and how to deal with it?u003cbr /u003eu003cbr /u003eTop I thank you for the answer.
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Small lumps outside the anus do not always cause pain. There are many possible causes for this lump, including:
Skin tags (fibroepithelial polyps, normal variations of the skin) Infections, eg due to syphilis, genital warts, folliculitis Hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids, swelling of the veins of the anus or lower rectum) Anal fistula (abnormal passageway that connects the anus to other organs) Vaginal fistula (abnormal passageway) that connects the vagina to other organs) Vulvar cancer (malignant tumors of the vaginal lips) Anus cancer (malignant tumors of the anus) Hypertrophic scars (excessive growth of scar tissue after inflammation), and so on. yes.. Identification of the cause of the lump is only possible if the doctor has directly inspected and palpated. If facilities allow, the doctor can also perform further tests, such as a biopsy to assess the cells that make up the lump. That way, it can be known whether the lump is potentially dangerous or not.
In the meantime, you should not press or scratch the lump excessively and always keep your intimate area clean. Avoid risky sexual activity (including anal sex) and avoid wearing dirty pants.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah