Swollen hemorrhoids might come out of the anus and can then be seen as soft lumps of tissue. This is called a protruding or prolapsed hemorrhoid. They can make it feel like something is pushing against the anus, or like there is something in that area, and sitting can be very uncomfortable.
Just so, why do I feel pressure in my bottom?
Piles can give a feeling of pressure around your bottom. If you are a sufferer of piles (also called haemorrhoids) you may be prone to a feeling of pressure around the bottom, almost as if you feel like you want to open your bowels (called tenesmus).
Can you feel something in your bum?
If anything causes irritation, a blockage, or an infection, lumps may form on the anus that can make it feel hard. If a person notices a hard lump or a hardened anus, they should talk to their doctor and have the area examined. Most lumps are not a cause for concern.
What do hemorrhoids feel like inside?
You might feel or see a lump around the anus. The clot usually dissolves, leaving excess skin (a skin tag), which may itch or become irritated. Internal hemorrhoids are typically painless, even when they produce bleeding. You might, for example, see bright red blood on the toilet paper or dripping into the toilet bowl.
Is it OK to remove stool with finger?
When the stool begins to empty from the rectum, move the finger or dil stick to one side or remove so the stool can pass. Do this for at least 20 minutes if no stool is coming. You may need to gently remove stool from your rectum with your finger if it does not come out on it's own.