Proctalgia fugax is a severe, cramp-like pain, deep in the anal canal. You may feel a need to defecate urgently, but nothing happens.It usually lasts for a few seconds or minutes, but can sometimes last for up to half an hour. It may even make you feel dizzy, or give you a headache. The pain often wakes sufferers at night, and men may have an erection at the same time. It is a mysterious condition; no one knows what causes it, but it is probably a spasm of the rectal or pelvic floor muscles and does not mean that you have anything seriously wrong. The problem with medications for proctalgia fugax is that the episode is likely to be over before the drugs become active, but medication might be worth trying if your attacks last a long time.You may be able to feel a small lump alongside the crack; this is a ‘skin tag’.Anal fissures are most common in teenagers and young adults, often after a period of constipation. They usually heal on their own, but this often takes several weeks and the scar may split again. You should see your doctor if the problem is not improving after 3 weeks.Some of the treatments your doctor may use are listed below.A herpes virus infection can produce a pain similar to an anal fissure.You may be able to feel a tender swelling in the skin beside the anus, or the abscess may be hidden inside.This is unlikely to go away on its own; it needs to be lanced by a doctor.
The pain of an anal fissure feels like being cut with glass when you have your bowels open and afterwards. You may notice some bright red blood on the lavatory paper at the same time.Herpes can infect the anal area, either spread by the hands from a cold sore on the face, or transmitted as a sexual infection.At the anus, herpes often forms a crack rather than the small ulcers that tend to occur elsewhere.the openings of the anal are open and when i'm pooping out a small amount of blood is coming out and if i rub my anal i'm feeling pleasure.This type of problem occurs for me once in months and go.