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It is also distinctive because it is gland that continues to grow as a man ages. The growth of the prostate, as well as its location, can make it a source of pain and discomfort, especially for men over the age of 60. List of 24 causes for prostate pain and rectum pain, alternative diagnoses, rare causes, misdiagnoses, patient stories, and much more. Anal pain (pain in the bottom) can be distressing, but its often just the result of a minor, treatable problem. The medical name for pain in and around the anus or rectum is proctalgia. An anal fissure is a small tear in the skin of the anus that can be caused by passing a large or hard poo. Its similar to another type of anal pain caused by muscle spasms, levator syndrome. This condition affects twice as many women as men, and usually occurs in people between 30 and 60 years old. Because peeing can be very painful, urine can build up in your bladder, causing pain in your lower tummy (abdomen) and not being able to pee at all. Prostate abscess if antibiotics are not effective in treating prostate infection, rarely an abscess can develop in your prostate gland. Prostate cancer can cause pain in many areas and not just because of bone spread, but also due to other features of the disease. It can feel different ways depending on the nature of the cause. Curable early stage prostate cancer usually does not cause pain, says sean cavanaugh, md, chief of radiation oncology, cancer treatment centers of america at southeastern regional medical center. Some men with advanced prostate cancer have problems with pain. This page explains what causes pain, what to do if you have pain, and ways to treat and control pain. If you havent been diagnosed with prostate cancer, but want to find out more about what to look out for, you can read our information on signs and symptoms. Prostate massage is a way to empty fluids from your prostate ducts. This therapy might offer some health benefits, or your doctor might use it to diagnose a problem. Prostate pain is often described as discomfort or pain that lies deep to (behind) the penis and scrotum although most patients will report that it is not extending to the rectum. The character of the pain can vary significantly with some patients reporting a mild discomfort like the bladder (or even rectum) is not completely empty pressure or fullness but not actual pain.