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I've been diagnosed since january and with my first OB my anal area was very very red and sore...all my lesions subsided but my anal area is still causing ALOT of discomfort. i never had anal in my life, could it be something else?? what could turn my butthole bright red for 4 months straight and it feels like glass in my butthole. I'm freaking out !!! I just want to feel normal even for a day

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WilsoInAus
19 minutes ago, nope1234 said:

I've been diagnosed since january and with my first OB my anal area was very very red and sore...all my lesions subsided but my anal area is still causing ALOT of discomfort. i never had anal in my life, could it be something else?? what could turn my butthole bright red for 4 months straight and it feels like glass in my butthole. I'm freaking out !!! I just want to feel normal even for a day

You'd have to look out for haemorrhoids here, most people start with enlarged veins in the area that you'd swear was a shard of glass. 

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nope1234

do they usually last 4 months straight? and then get worse? so its possible it could be a coincidence and be something else or could it be H? 

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WilsoInAus

Afraid that haems can last a while and often not be to visible.

Can you see darkened veins? Maybe feel a bump or two?

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nope1234

my anal area is just bright red, inflamed and sensitive to touch :( very sore to sit. doesnt itch or hurt to pass stools. I do have q doc appt tomorrow...but I've been suffering for sometime now and just wanted some opinions ya know?

 

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Quest

I used to use diaper rash cream with zinc oxide. I felt like I could sit and walk comfortable again.

Find out what it is and we can go from there. Take a pic for your doc. If it is a ob off and on it can be intense for 6 most to a  year

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On 4/17/2019 at 9:13 PM, Quest said:

I used to use diaper rash cream with zinc oxide. I felt like I could sit and walk comfortable again.

Find out what it is and we can go from there. Take a pic for your doc. If it is a ob off and on it can be intense for 6 most to a  year

thanks so much for responding I went to the doctor and she said its nerve pain from where the h lies in my nerves....she said its not an OB but just severe nerve pain causing irritation in my anal area. please tell me this passes 😭😭😭😭

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MikeHerp

Did the doctor examine your anus (digital probe, so to speak?)

The doctor's explanation sounds a bit suspect.  It sounds like a hemorrhoid.  Anyway, I'm not going to second guess the doctor.  But if it continues, you may also consider seeing a specialist (anal specialist), if your doctor is not one.  

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blurneworder
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On 4/17/2019 at 5:28 PM, nope1234 said:

my anal area is just bright red, inflamed and sensitive to touch :( very sore to sit. doesnt itch or hurt to pass stools. I do have q doc appt tomorrow...but I've been suffering for sometime now and just wanted some opinions ya know?

 

I have the same problem. I have not found relief.

Doctors look quick and don’t see a thing. My prostate is normal.

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WilsoInAus
6 hours ago, blurneworder said:

I have the same problem. I have not found relief.

Doctors look quick and don’t see a thing. My prostate is normal.

And you don’t have genital herpes, so that gives people with similar symptoms the curiosity to look further for possible explanations.

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percival112

Could be an anal fissure. That's insanely painful.

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nope1234

my doctor said it was nerve pain from H in my anal area, no OB and nothing the eye could see :( I dont know what to do for it. going on 5 months

 

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