This question was answered on Fri 04, Feb 2011 02:55am by Dr Sarika Gupta

swollen lump between anus and vagina

    
Asked by 1jcal3 (Female; 27; none; Relevant drugs:none ) on Mon 28, Dec 2009 05:53pm

i am pregnant and had sex with my husband. we had both vaginal and anal. the next day i noticed a swollen lump about the size of a eyeball. it hurts and uncomfortable. what could it be

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Answer by Dr Sarika Gupta  on Fri 04, Feb 2011 02:55am:

Hello. The painful swollen lump between the vagina and anus can be due to two reasons. First, it could be the result of trauma due to a harsh intercourse. Second, it could be hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are swollen and inflamed veins around the anus or lower rectum. Thrombosed external hemorrhoids can cause bleeding, painful swelling or a hard lump around the anus. Hemorrhoids are very common during pregnancy. Consult your gynecologist who can examine you to make the diagnosis. Treatment of hemorrhoids consists of high fiber diet, plenty of liquids to drink, avoiding constipation, sitz bath (sit in a tub of warm water) and certain creams (to relieve the pain and itching). Take care.
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