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Deeper anal fissures and lumps may be associated with fever, malaise, and chills. How does a lump on anus look like? Lumps on anus can look different for different conditions. It can appear as an extended mass around the anal opening or on the opening. a lump at the anal opening! Help 1232 in response to andy2113 no unfortunatly i have not had the courage to contact my surgery, i have combat ptsd and my anxiety is through the roof, my pain comes and goes but the lump remains there, i do have piles which it. an anal mass could be due to a lot of things, including many benign diseases. Haemorrhoids, rectal prolapse, perianal haematomas, anal tags, polyps, warts or condylomas, anal abscesses can all present as an anal mass. Non-proctological lumps can also be present from time to time. Formation of a lump or mass near the anal opening changes in bowel movements, such as narrowing of the stool these symptoms are also common in other benign conditions. And they will then perform a visual and physical examination of the anal opening. Finding a lump on any part of your body can be alarming, but try not worry. If youve found a small and often dark or black coloured lump on the outside of your anus that looks a bit like external. Asked for female, 28 years i have a very soft, pea sized painless lump of mass outside my anal opening since few years. Not painful hard, small, pea-sized lump on and near anus symptoms, diagnosis posted in lump , reviewed & updated on may 2, 2019 quite a frightener to get busy with the toilet tissue only to uncover a small hard lump where there should only be smooth, pink flesh isnt it or, an unexpected streak of blood. At first, most people assume the bleeding is caused by hemorrhoids (painful, swollen veins in the anus and rectum that may bleed). Any injury, lump, abscess, or fecal impaction in the anal canal can result in severe pain leading to infection. The patients clinical history plays an important role in making the correct diagnosis. This is because lumps do not usually appear suddenly, but are rather the result of an undiagnosed mild gastrointestinal disorder , like chronic constipation.