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I just recently noticed more discomfort today with an abnormal growth happing within my anus. A year ago this bump underneath the skin was noticed just within my anus. But today i noticed some discomfort just walking around and doing daily activities and realized this bump has gotten quite a bit larger and is protuding out from inside the anus. I don't know if it's swollen today and is causing a little more awkwardness than normal. I'm not feeling pain as of now, but the fact that there's a bump coming out of the anus and can feel it rubbing around as i walk today.
I looked in the mirror and noticed that i can see the bump easier now and there there's a blood vein visible on the outside of the bump. It can't be a pimple or cold sore.
Any thoughts? Im fixing to make an appointment to see a proctologist first thing monday since it seems like this can't be avoided anymore.
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