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Answered by: Dr Nur Syuhada binti Zulkifli
Noticed a small swollen lump that is red and warm near the anus. Occasionally, it discharges puss. Initially I thought it was a pimple but the lump has been there for about a month now.
Some articles say that it could be anal abscess. But would like to get the expert opinion on this.
Currently, I don’t have the following any symptoms tied to that:
The only symptoms I’m facing related to the lump:
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Based on your description we understood your concerns on your symptoms and problems you have been facing. For your information, the condition can be multifactorial diseases such as
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