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Forum Name: Anal Cancer
Question: Lump on my anus please help
|Bert - Wed Jan 05, 2005 9:05 pm||
im 18 years old ... today i found a lump on my anus... its kinda solid when i feel it .. it feels like a vain .. but when i grab it with my 2 fingets its like a ball inside ...solid behind the skin covering it. .. i didnt see it but i feel it ..... i'm very afraid of doctors .. i don't want them to tell me that i have cancer :(
its small in size ..
i don't have any pains
i can only feel the lump when i spread my cheeks... more i spread it gets bigger ... not very big but bigger
other wise it goes in ....
please help me... im reallllly worried about this
because my life is going great now and im veryy happy
..... i don't want to .... you know :cry:
i saw some sites that it can be a HAEMORRHOID
but in the back of my mind its telling me it can be cancer
is there any way i can see if its a haemorrhoid????
i would be very thank full for any help
|Bert - Wed Jan 05, 2005 9:30 pm||
its some thing like this preson is telling
the doctor told him thats
" it is nothing to do with cancer and not serious'
that the thinks is a perianal haematoma, or external pile.
that post made me very relived
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