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About six months ago, I noticed a small, skin tag-like bump near my anus. Defecating was very painful and blood was noticed on my toilet paper. I was broke and eating multiple packages of ramen everyday (high sodium diet). The pain went away with a change of diet, but the bump remained. A few months later I noticed there were a couple more bumps, but no pain. In the last few weeks, out of nowhere, I have about 20-50 of these wart looking things circling my anus (its hard to know how many because they are so close together). It itches all the time, I often see blood on the toilet paper after wiping, and it is hard to sit down/walk after I wipe. I haven't seen a doctor about this and i'm wondering what this could be, and what kind of doctor I should see about this.
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