Swelling Accompanied By Pain Between The Buttocks?
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Complaints of swelling and pain between the buttocks can be caused by various possibilities, including:
boils, which are bacterial infections of hair follicles that cause inflammation. Boils are often experienced in areas of the body that often experience friction and sweating, one of which is the buttocks area. abscess, which is a pus-filled sac that results from infection and inflammation. anal fistula, which is an abnormal channel that connects the anus or rectum (the end of the large intestine, before the anus) with the outer skin hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids / hemorrhoid and so on
The exact cause of the complaint that you are experiencing can only be known from a direct examination, because the diseases that we have mentioned above have their respective characteristics which can only be distinguished if seen directly. Therefore, we suggest that you see a doctor, right? The doctor will ask questions and answers about complaints, and check for skin disorders that you experience. Generally, in the condition as you experience it, no additional investigation is needed.
While waiting for the check schedule, we recommend that you avoid touching or even pressing the part that is experiencing a complaint. You can try to reduce swelling and pain by applying a warm compress to the area, and if the pain is very disturbing you can take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol. Limit sitting for too long, or use a pillow as a cushion to prevent worsening complaints.
That's it, hope it helps ..