Most probably you have piles which get a lump that protrudes from the anus. It has four grades. The first to the third is medical and the fourth is surgical. From your history, it is second or third but it needs a physical examination. Also, I would like to know if you have hard stools or bloody stools? If yes, you should take a laxative Purgaton (Calcium Sennoside) tablet once or twice before bedtime.
You can also take FAKTU suppositories (Policresulen and Cinchocaine hydrochloride) twice per day. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and with their consent take the above medicines. Follow up with the general surgery clinic as required.
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.. have seen the picture you have uploaded. (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
It appears to be thrombosed piles. It takes a few days for it to settle down well, but it is not anything sinister. Read full
.. read your query. See the pain in left side of abdomen and lump in the anal area has nothing to do with your previous anal surgery. Left sided abdominal pain may have many causes like minor causes as gas or acidity or some major issues too like kidney s Read full
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