Anal lump and anal discharge
Causes and risk factors Increased pressure on the anal canal the last section of the rectum can cause hemorrhoids to become enlarged. At first, most people assume the bleeding is caused by hemorrhoids painful, swollen veins in anal lump and anal discharge anus and rectum that may bleed. Surgery, chemotherapyand radiation therapy are the main treatment options. Anal lump and anal discharge usually can be done as an outpatient procedure, especially if you are young and generally healthy, and your abscess is close to the anal opening. An object that gets stuck in the anus can put pressure on it, making it feel harder than usual. Acute short-term anal fissures are usually superficial and shallow, but chronic long-term anal fissures may extend deeper through the anoderm to expose the surface of underlying muscle.