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Bowel Movement, burns

Sometimes, immediately following a bowel movement there is a bad burning sensation around my anus/rectum.  This can take up to an hour to go away.  I don't eat spicy foods at all due to reflux.  So why in the heck does it burn so bad?  And why is there no rhyme or reason to these painful sesdions?  It doesnt burn coming out.  Just after.  No blood in stools or on TP.  No visible hemmorhoids.  Not particularly hard/soft stools either.  Just random.  The curiosity is killing me!


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Although you have no visable signs if hemorrhoids, I do believe this is your problem.  Some cortizone cream bought OTC at your local drug store will stop the burning.  It is probably due on internal hemorrhoid.
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