About 2 weeks ago I had difficulty in sitting as it was very painful, I felt a lump just inside my Anus. I got my wife to look at it & she said I had what she thinks is a "Boil", I also have a pile hanging out. I have had this pile/skin tag for several years now & I believe that my Boil has now gone but for the last 2 weeks I have had a very small seepage from my Anus which at first was quite slimey. It also sometimes had a very slight amount of blood but now just seems to be wet with a slight discharge of pooh. The discharge is very much like water as it is clear, my Anus does not hurt nor does it itch but I have no control over this leakage & quite often have to change my cloths several times a day!
Please can anyone help?
Thank you prolapsed, I had a feeling it maybe Piles.
I do hope that it isn't anything worse. It is also very embarasing for me but I will be seeing my doctor on the 9th June, hopefully it will of cleared up by then as I am very "Shy".
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