Black Anus

A perianal haematoma is a collection of blood in the tissues that surround the anus, as a result of a ruptured vessel or vein,’ explains Dr Di Cuffa. ‘It usually forms a clot under the skin and can look a bit blue or black. It can also be painful, particularly when passing a stool.

You might also be able to feel a small lump, ranging in size from about a small raisin to a tennis ball. 

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