Hemorrhoids are swollen and inflamed veins around the anus or in the lower rectum. Discuss topics including external vs. internal hemorrhoids, hemorrhoid bleeding, hemorrhoid creams, symptoms and treatments for hemorrhoids.
Hi Benny, We can diagnose here but i must say that those are all the classic symptoms of them. The itchy is from a small cut that you have now inside your rectum. What happened is that at some time when you strained or pushing in the bathroom or had a long fart (excue the slang) it forced blood into the very thin anal tissue much like a ballon and when the ballon poped the blood came out and your left with a loose sack like the ballon with no air and the cut is where the blood came out. It gets itcy from fecal material. They to put some prep H on it or go see your doctor for some 2.5% cordone cream. Both will help stabilize it. It wont go away now that you have it. Either see a doc about options or learn to live with it, if this is what you have.
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