Category - anal
Irritation can cause these pimples to become sore or otherwise uncomfortable. Do not pop these pimples, as doing so can result in infection. they may also look like abnormal pieces of extra mass extending from the surface. In some cases the mass can indicate peri-anal skin tag, generally associated with chronic anal fissures called sentinel piles. if you feel a bump in your anus and believe it is not an anal pimple, you should see a doctor quickly for a proper diagnosis. Bumps around anus are caused by anal warts, human papillomavirus, anal cancer, yeast infection, hemorrhoids, perianal hematoma, molluscum contagiosum, genital herpes blisters around the anus, anal skin tags, hidradenitis suppurativa and rectal prolapse. Anal warts are a small pimple like bumps that can occur inside and around the anus. They can, however, grow large to become itchy, irritating and painful. An anorectal abscess is a painful fluid-filled bump caused by an infection of the anal sinuses.