I noticed these flesh-colored bumps several weeks ago in my perianal area only because I was seeing a little blood on the toilet paper.
I did have warts over 7 years ago, but they were the typical white cauliflower type. I had them cauterized by a surgeon twice in a short period of time and I haven't had a problem since...until now. Although these don't look at all like what I had before, the red spots that are visible in the bumps make them look like warts to me.
I'm dreading having to go through a painful removal process again, but I want to prepare myself before I go to the doctor so I'm hoping you can tell me what you think they are. Thanks in advance!
I am a 35 year old male. My question is long and many but please help:
1) if I notice warts (small white bumps) on my perianal area MUST I treat them as I have read that if they do not bother you then no worries. When I stretch the anal area I can see a couple on the inner side.
2) I also have a case of hemmorhoids as well that seem to be ever present but not life altering. Will using an ointment (preperation H etc.) to treat this cause the warts to spread?
3) I tried to use Aldara for the perianal warts. Does this irritate the hemmorhoidal tissue? It makes a very uncomfortable situation.
4) I also seemed to have a minor case of fecal leakage. Ever since my dermatologist froze off a case of perianal warts I seemed to notice this new problem!!!!!
What do I do and who would I see at this point. I looked for a proctologist but can only find gastreontolgistss (spelling???)HELP!!
What is VERY distrurbing is I am s straight male and do not understand why I get these in my perianal area????
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