Why Does My Rectum Hurt?

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Pain in the rectum can be caused by a number of reasons such as anal fissure, haemorrhoid (painful swelling of a vein or veins at the anus), and proctalgia fugax. Rectal pain is actually a very common problem and most people have experienced it once in their lifetime.
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