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    hi guys got a really itchy anus and every now and again feels like a watery discharge from it like scratching the top of a blister any ideas what it is and how to get rid ? started applying sudcrem please serious answers only thanks
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    Hemroid?
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    Hemroid?
    there is no blood in my stool does this mean no its not hemroid ?
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    I think pictures will be needed for this one!
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    kind of want to avoid that as its a little embarasing i think it may be trying to heal over and the liquid is when i rip it again is this possible?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    there is no blood in my stool does this mean no its not hemroid ?
    Doesn't matter if there is none if your "stool" you could have an external hemroid.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    kind of want to avoid that as its a little embarasing i think it may be trying to heal over and the liquid is when i rip it again is this possible?
    It doesn't matter how embarrassing you think it is. The doctors would have seen worse :yes:
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    (Original post by IGregg)
    I think pictures will be needed for this one!
    show u on webcam later doctor lol
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    Worms?

    Just go see a doctor! It's their job to look at things like that!
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    *Waits for all the inevitable and blatantly obvious "go to the doctor" replies...*

    Seriously, can't people sort out these problems themselves without running round telling everyone about discharge coming out of their smelly itchy arses?
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    "Oh, my God! I just gagged and vomited at the same time. I gavomited."
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    Maggot infestation definitely.
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    (Original post by Mad Cat Lady)
    *Waits for all the inevitable and blatantly obvious "go to the doctor" replies...*

    Seriously, can't people sort out these problems themselves without running round telling everyone about discharge coming out of their smelly itchy arses?
    TMI. Lol.
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    Anon or delete please.

    I had an itchy bum for ages, didn't think anything of it, then it started to get really painful to sit down on, turned out it was an abscess and I had to get an operation to cut it out, and 6 weeks on I'm still getting dressings changed EVERY DAY.

    The doctor said if I'd come in earlier he would have given my antibiotics that might have killed it, and I might not have had to go through all that pain and expense.

    Moral of story, get your behind to the doctor!
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    (Original post by Nayberay)
    TMI. Lol.
    OP said it!
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    There are very VERY few trained doctors on this site. No one here will be able to help you properly or give you a diagnosis. Just do yourself a favour and see a doctor.
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    (Original post by Loz17)
    There are very VERY few trained doctors on this site. No one here will be able to help you properly or give you a diagnosis. Just do yourself a favour and see a doctor.
    Now I see why they call you Loz17 !
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    (Original post by futuredoc77)
    It doesn't matter how embarrassing you think it is. The doctors would have seen worse :yes:
    Yep - toilet brush up the bottom on the bbc3 junior doctors thing is definately more embarassing.

    GO SEE A DOCTOR.

    No point trying to self-diagnose, cause most likely you'll get it wrong and end up going to the doctors when its much worse anyway.
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    (Original post by Loz17)
    There are very VERY few trained doctors on this site. No one here will be able to help you properly or give you a diagnosis. Just do yourself a favour and see a doctor.
    Out of interest then, how come this site has a health forum? Except for asking questions to do with your health I struggle to see it's purpose?
 
 
 
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