Finding a lump on any part of your body can be alarming, but try not worry. If you've found a small and often dark or black coloured lump on the outside or your anus that looks a bit like external piles , it is most likely a perianal haematoma. A perianal haematoma can be distinctly uncomfortable, and may leave you feeling worried or embarrassed, as well as in pain. A perianal hematoma is a blood blister that collects in the tissue surrounding the anus, similar to when you trap or hit your thumb with a hammer. It is usually caused by a ruptured or bleeding vein that occurs when the bowels are opened, and it only occurs on the outside of the anus, as opposed to being an internal issue. It can also be painful, particularly when passing a stool.
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Im 17 and have found a weird lump by my anus when wiping. Its not like a spot, cyst, boil, ect but more of a small round ball pertruding from the skin. I havent had anything like this before so im slightly scared. It hurts slightly when pressure is applied. Unfortunately no one on the forum will have the ability or knowledge to tell you what this might be and the best thing to do in your situation is simply to book an appointment to see your doctor and show them that small lump and I am sure the doctor will be able to tell you exactly what it might be and this will make you feel less worried and reassured. Don't be embarrassed to show these intimate parts of your body to a doctor as they do this routinely every day.
I am going to the toilet well enough. It when I wiped yesterday I had certain difficulty. When I got into the shower I had a check and found a hard round lump just outside my anus. It is not particularly painful, but this in lies the problem. I have an incredibly high pain threshold - I had my gall bladder removed three years ago after going to the doctor with mild stomach ache - I was two days away from it bursting.
It may seem like an issue of out-of-sight-out-of-mind, but trust me — there are plenty of reasons to pay attention to your bum. This is especially true if you have bumps and blemishes on your butt , since these pimply issues can become painful, itchy, and are sometimes a sign of a serious health condition. That's why, if anything is bothering you in the buttocks region, you should definitely see a doctor ASAP. But don't freak out — more than likely, your bumps won't be anything worth worrying about.