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Sore **m hole

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 17, 2010
  • 01:10 AM

Ok Ill start from the begining. About a 2 months ago I started boxing trainning and weight trainning. I was 98kg at my heavest and now im about 72-73kg. Now about 3 weeks ago I got a small hard lump just outside my **m hole and it hurt to touch it or sit down. I had hot baths and used rectogesic and soovit but the baths seemed to help the most. Then I got a fever like hot and cold felt dizy and very sick. I ended up at the emergancy room where they took my bloods and gave me fluids and said I had a virus and to get lots of rest and drink heaps of water.

Anyway Im over the virus now but Ive still got this dull pain in my **m the hard lump seems to be gone and its not as sore and annoying as it was when it was there but It still annoys me. It kinka feels like pressure like swollen feeling I could take a picture?

I eat very healthy and have a multivitamin, inner health plus, Metamucil and mashi protein powder.

I have soft stooles and it doesnt hurt to go, there is no blood and never has been.

Its just started to annoy me I want to enjoy feeling healthy and fit again but cant. It seem to get worse after I workout and has slowed me up with that to I feel I cant train as hard

Also when I clench it I can feel it when its sore.

Any help would be good thanks

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  • Hi There,I read your post and I'm sure that having a problem in that area must be very irritating.I'm wondering if maybe you have a Pilonidal Cyst?I know they are usually in the, for lack of a better word, butt-crack. But they can also occur near the penis or under your arms.It's basically an ingrown or imbedded hair and can be caused by sitting for extended periods (used to be called Jeep Riders Disease) or by excessive sweating.The treatment is pretty simple: antibiotics, hot compresses or hair removal creams (might want to check with the doctor before using the creams on that particular area though, the skin is very delicate and some of those creams can cause burns)You should get the doctor to check it out, though.If a Pilonidal Cyst is ignored, it can turn into a Pilonidal Sinus, which is a much bigger problem.I was an Anaesthetic Nurse for many years and the surgery for a Sinus can be quite agressive.Hope this is helpful.:)
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