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Please can anyone give me some advice?!? every time I have been for a BM for last two years I bleed slightly and it becomes sore and stings. When I crouch in a mirror to look at my anus as if I was straining two swollen pads appear at the opening of my anus that look like a flower (best description!) The whole anal opening looks like a purple ring to best describe it. When I do a BM sometimes the hole seems not big enough and so it feels like it tears and like passing glass.
Because I go for a BM regularly it always seems to be sore and never heals. Can anyone help and coud it be anal cancer? I am stressing out!!!!!!
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