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This guide can help you to identify some of the causes that are most likely to explain your symptoms and to anticipate the recommendations that your doctor might make. Rectal itching or minimal rectal pain can occasionally occur during normal bowel movements. However, significant rectal pain or persisting rectal itching is not normal and can sometimes be caused by a serious medical problem. For significant pain or persistent skin irritation around the rectum, you should always seek an evaluation by your doctor. This guide is intended to be used as a complement to discussions with your doctor, not as a substitute for office-based care.
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Hemorrhoids, also called piles, are swollen veins of the anus. They look puffy and feel like a lump near the anus. They may itch, burn, or hurt, especially during a bowel movement. Sometimes a hemorrhoid tears, causing a little bright red blood on the stool. Hemorrhoids are common in pregnancy and in people who sit or carry heavy loads all day, but anyone can get them.
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Skip to content. Anal pain pain in the bottom can be distressing. But is often just the result of a minor, treatable condition. Many common causes of anal pain will improve with self-care treatments. See your GP if your pain is severe, doesn't improve after a few days or you have rectal bleeding.
Anal itching, also referred to as pruritus ani, is a rash or irritation of the skin just outside of the anal opening. Usually raw and chapped, small ulcers or sores may also be present on the skin. This can cause severe itching, burning and even pain. Dry toilet paper cannot remove all of this stool material.