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Rectal Pain and Spasms
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rectal pain and spasms
I have had rectal pain for 6 years now. Started as a hemmroid or at least thats what I thought. After several scopes and hemmrroidectamy the pain and spasms are still there> The first specialist said coxydenia and tried all sorts of pain meds and creames didnt work. The next specialist said he had seen it before and it was chronic rectal spasms and that they were very painful so he scoped also removing polyups pain still there. Three more scopes later and several polups and hemrroids later we tried different meds that didnt work so they pretty much disabled me and put me on pain meds and antidepressants plus prostate enlarged so on meds for that but its been 6 solid years of pain and I really need a break, getting more and more depressed each day. Also noticed the pain gets worse when im stressed or do alot of lifting or bending or sitting. The pressure is intense feels like sitting with a softball up there and the pain is terrible!!! Anyone else ever heard of this or any help with this??? Disability is killing us and we are or have gone completely broke plus medicaide and medicare only cover so much. I need help!!!
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