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Many people suffer from diseases of the anus and rectum, but few talk about it. Frequently, fears and shame prevent the conversation with the doctor. It can be by a targeted, gentle treatment so often alleviated years of suffering symptoms quickly.
Particularly painful is an anal fissure, which, due to a sphincter spasm cut off from the blood supply, heals very badly. In a chronic course, a short operation can make life worth living here. In doing so, the painful crater is excised, only very rarely an intervention on the sphincter itself is required.
Anal venous thrombosis is the name of an actually harmless but uncomfortably painful lump on the anus. This develops relatively quickly and is easily removed in the early stages in local anesthesia. If it has been in existence for a few days, painkillers and ointments are also helpful.
Many patients have analmarisks, falsely referred to as "external hemorrhoids" skin lobes on the anus. They are the result of previous inflammation in the anal area or connective tissue weakness. Problems sometimes arise in anal hygiene, since the cleaning can be difficult. In local anesthesia or short anesthesia, scarves can be removed largely painless. An increased risk of cancer does not exist.
Hemorrhoids are the pathological enlargement of spongy sponges, which usually contribute to the sealing of the anus. Hemorrhoids can be associated with bleeding, weeping, itching and pain.