Lump near my anus, it feels somewhat soft. Pic is included

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I am a 25 year old man, I used to lift relatively heavy weight but with proper form. I noticed 9 days ago while I was cleaning my butt (after pooping) with soap that there's somewhat of a bump near my anus. It doesn't hurt or anything it's just a bump. I don't feel anything different, there is no blood, no itchiness whatsoever. It's just a lump,but I'm still worried because I don't know what it is. I stopped lifting for about 4 days now. Here it is. image

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    Could it be just my imagination? Could it be just my anal vein or whatever is it called (I'm sorry I don't know the proper word or phrase) basically that somewhat soft lump is found beneath my testicles (balls) and above my anus.

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    swollen vein

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    I am experiencing the same thing, exactly the same. I notices the lump a couple days ago and started to show a couple weeks after I started to do exercise. I am not lifting weight, but I am doing a lot of squats and a couple home workout around for about 50 minutes a day. Did the bump went away? Please share what happened since at the end, I will really appreciate it. Take care!

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    imageHello, I have also a bump near in my anus and I just noticed it last night. I actually have a history having a hemorrhoids and I think that you have a hemorrhoids, you can check it out in internet. You can do sitz bath to reduce the swelling. (Good for you your bump not big unlike me) P.S: Have a good day.

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