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What are the symptoms and treatment for Anal Pain

Published at : 15-07-2019 View : 9499

  Anal pain is a pain in and around your anus or rectum is a common complaint. Although most causes of anal pain are benign, the pain itself is severe due to the various nerve endings in the perianal region.

WHAT TO DO IF I EXPERIENCE ANAL PAIN?

  Most people, waking up in the morning and passing stools is a part of their daily routine. Most causes of anal pain don’t seem to related to cancer, but tumors can cause bleeding, pain, and changes in bowel habits. Early detection is the key to the successful treatment of all anorectal pain syndromes. Anal pain is commonly treated with over-the-counter pain relievers and hot water soaks. While only a doctor can confirm the reason behind your anal pain, some symptoms can hint that a certain condition is to blame.

 

 

Common causes of Anal pain

  Many conditions that cause anal pain might also cause rectal bleeding and that is typically more horrifying than serious. The causes of anal pain normally can be easily diagnosed. Anal pain typically is often treated with over-the-counter pain relievers and hot water soaks.

  The most likely causes of anal pain are:

  Anal fissure: The pain related to an anal fissure is usually located at the opening of the anus and is acute and sharp. The pain is experienced during a bowel movement however, it could persist over time.

  Hemorrhoids: A hemorrhoid is a swollen, inflamed vein in the rectum or on the anus. Although some hemorrhoids can cause no symptoms, others can be quite painful. You may experience itchiness and see bright red blood in the stool or your toilet paper. A thrombosed hemorrhoid is an especially painful, but not necessarily serious, type of hemorrhoid that involves a blood clot in the vein.

  Rectal tenesmus: Tenesmus is the urge to pass stool even when there’s no more stool to pass. It is often accompanied by pain, straining or cramping. Tenesmus typically manifests itself alongside other medical conditions.

  Muscle spasms: Anal pain may be the result of muscle spasms in the pelvic area. This manifests itself as a sharp pain that goes away quickly.

  Other causes: Pain on the outside of the anus can be the result of a yeast infection, itching associated with hemorrhoid, or the result of rough cleaning of the skin on the outside of the anus.

Treatment for anus pain

  People should also pay attention to any changes in bowel movement because our doctor will want to know exactly what has been going on so they can treat the person. Anorectal bleeding is caused by hemorrhoids, fissures, polyps, or inflammatory bowel disease. Any bleeding should be carefully checked and diagnosed. Call our doctor here at Heng Kang, we provide advance Methods of treatment, whenever you have bleeding from your anus, especially true if you are over age 40 when there is an increase in the risk of rectal bleeding from colorectal cancer or other serious digestive diseases. Also, see our doctor if you have severe rectal pain. Anus pain is not dangerous but it should be treated if they cause very bothersome symptoms. They will usually regress spontaneously after childbirth. For anal pain that causes persistent symptoms despite nonsurgical treatment, the results from office treatment or surgery are usually very good. Also, Heng Kang Clinic is a licensed address with a team of professional doctors that have many years of experience at central hospitals that will directly examine and support and bring its effectiveness as expected for the treatment process.

 

 

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