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Hello,

I have had for years an itchy anus which I did nothing about really.
In the last year or so I have had a condition which I'm sure will have people scratching their heads as to why I haven't been to the local doctors at least to get checked out.

It is a moist anus which gets moist on walking (for example if I'm just lazing around the house reasonably sedentary the symptoms are very acute indeed).

On walking the anus get moist and 7 times out of 10 there will be blood after wiping away the moisture. I get a rash type sore feeling between the cheeks either side of the anus due to the walking and rubbing of area.

As I remove my underpants there is always a moist line around where the anus would be and the smell is a very strong pungent semen like stench. There is no smell of feces with it.

I will obviously now be seeing a specialist but would like some advice or words of support from you good people to gain a better understanding of what is happening to my body?

Thanks for your time and may your God bless you.

Sal
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replied October 27th, 2009
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Oh dear, how awful. There are only a couple of things I can think of offhand that you may possibly have. One, hemorrhoids, which can cause bleeding and malodor. Two, possibly an anal fissure, which not only can cause bleeding, but can also cause discharge and odor, as well as a painful, chafing feeling. Three, anal duct cysts, which occur in primarily the third decade of life (thirties), affecting men more often than women. Fourth, it may be a Pilonidal Cyst. The only way you would be able to be accurately diagnosed is by visiting your specialist. Best of luck to you Smile
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replied June 30th, 2012
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Yeah I've had a very moist anus for the last few months. I went to the doctor twice. He said it looks normal and there's no hemorrhoids or anything. I tried hemorrhoid cream...that didn't help so I guess it isn't hemmorhoids. But I KNOW its not normal, my anus is very swollen and tight. Maybe because I'm 29 its that ''anal duct cysts'' you mentioned. Like u know, its not ''unbearable'' to live with but is still annoying and so frustrating that I can't get rid of it. It just gross and I'm started think I'm just gonna have to say goodbye to any anal play...which sucks because I love anal play!
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replied October 27th, 2009
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Oh dear, how awful. There are only a couple of things I can think of offhand that you may possibly have. One, hemorrhoids, which can cause bleeding and malodor. Two, possibly an anal fissure, which not only can cause bleeding, but can also cause discharge and odor, as well as a painful, chafing feeling. Three, anal duct cysts, which occur in primarily the third decade of life (thirties), affecting men more often than women. Fourth, it may be a Pilonidal Cyst. The only way you would be able to be accurately diagnosed is by visiting your specialist. Best of luck to you Smile
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replied October 27th, 2009
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Sorry for the double post. Went to post once, and it said "no post mode specified" so reposted. Smile
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replied October 27th, 2009
Thanks for your reply or replies! I shall indeed seek professional help as it's not something I think I should have just left, but you know what us men are like!
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