- Usually caused by the presence of hemorrhoids, these slit-like ulcers are located just within the anal opening, resembling a tear or crack in the skin. A burning, unbearable pain after bowel movements, anal fissures can become chronic if left untreated.
- A fistula is a tube filled with pus. An abscess almost always precedes a fistula. As this happens, all of the typical symptoms of pain, swelling, heat and redness occur. When the abscess breaks, the pus and pain diminish, leaving the patient feeling as if their troubles are gone.
- Very small cone-shaped injections. Found protruding from an encircling ring at the upper end of the anal canal, papillas are about half the size of a match-head and their presence is unknown and unfelt by the individual.
- Ranked as the second most common rectal disease, prolapsus is an enlarged and advanced case of chronic hemorrhoids. When your blood vessels become swollen, the lining of the rectum forms a thick ring, surrounding the inside of the lower part of the rectum.
- "Itching Piles" Without a doubt, the most tormenting of all rectal disease and the most difficult to treat. There is hardly any relief from the agonizing pain that the itching causes. Many diseases such as hemorrhoids, skin tabs and anal fissures, as well as food allergies may cause Pruritus.
- Skin tags are the shapeless lumps and flaps of skin around the anal opening that cause swelling and acute pain. If left untreated, tags will become incredibly inflamed, sore and itchy. However, the pain usually diminishes, leaving patients to think the problem is gone. Most commonly mistaken for a hemorrhoid, skin tags occur when there is some other type of rectal condition, such as: papilla, thrombosis, hemorrhoids, etc.
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