Monthly Archives: March 2013

Managing Rectal pain

Rectal pain, also known as anal pain refers to discomfort near or around the anus. The pain is often caused due to inflammation, injury or infection. The most common cause of anal pain is haemorrhoids. Symptoms such as anal discharge, bleeding, swelling and redness are common in people suffering from rectal pain. Doctors often treat anal pain through cold compresses, antibiotics ... Read More »

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