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I thought this was something that older people experienced but about a year ago I noticed a little bump down there when I was cleaning myself in the shower. I thought nothing of it because I thought maybe it had always been there and I'd just never noticed. Anyway, over the course of the year, the bump got bigger to the point where now it's not a bump at all - it's more of a thick thread that dangles down. It will go back in if I push it in, but it if use the toilet it will come back out again.

I really don't like it. It doesn't itch and it's doesn't make sitting painful. The only pain I get is if I clean myself during a bathroom visit and it's outside of my body. It's making me really self conscious about sex because I don't want my boyfriend to see it. Also, it means I'm really reluctant to have anal (even though I enjoy it) because it hurts a lot afterwards and bleeds.

I know I should see a doctor but I just can't image myself being able to show anyone.

Basically, will this thing go away? How can I help get rid of it?
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Well, that sounds like a pain in the ass.
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Well, that sounds like a pain in the ass.
Helpful, thanks.
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Helpful, thanks.
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I thought this was something that older people experienced but about a year ago I noticed a little bump down there when I was cleaning myself in the shower. I thought nothing of it because I thought maybe it had always been there and I'd just never noticed. Anyway, over the course of the year, the bump got bigger to the point where now it's not a bump at all - it's more of a thick thread that dangles down. It will go back in if I push it in, but it if use the toilet it will come back out again.

I really don't like it. It doesn't itch and it's doesn't make sitting painful. The only pain I get is if I clean myself during a bathroom visit and it's outside of my body. It's making me really self conscious about sex because I don't want my boyfriend to see it. Also, it means I'm really reluctant to have anal (even though I enjoy it) because it hurts a lot afterwards and bleeds.

I know I should see a doctor but I just can't image myself being able to show anyone.

Basically, will this thing go away? How can I help get rid of it?
Make sure you're incorporating high fibre into your diet and drinking plenty of fluids. Make it a regular thing.

Given your description and if it's getting in way that much, I would recommend a visit to the GP.
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I thought this was something that older people experienced but about a year ago I noticed a little bump down there when I was cleaning myself in the shower. I thought nothing of it because I thought maybe it had always been there and I'd just never noticed. Anyway, over the course of the year, the bump got bigger to the point where now it's not a bump at all - it's more of a thick thread that dangles down. It will go back in if I push it in, but it if use the toilet it will come back out again.

I really don't like it. It doesn't itch and it's doesn't make sitting painful. The only pain I get is if I clean myself during a bathroom visit and it's outside of my body. It's making me really self conscious about sex because I don't want my boyfriend to see it. Also, it means I'm really reluctant to have anal (even though I enjoy it) because it hurts a lot afterwards and bleeds.

I know I should see a doctor but I just can't image myself being able to show anyone.

Basically, will this thing go away? How can I help get rid of it?
No, it will never go away unfortunately. It's essentially like a varicose vein in your anus.
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