Dear Anonymous. I can understand your concern regarding the lump in your rectum. The explanation provided by your treating physician seems more than plausible. Haemorrhoids often become engorged, even to the extent of blood clotting inside them - making them feel hard and solid. For your own peace of mind, you may want to request your treating physician to refer you for a second opinion so that a definite diagnosis can be made and correct treatment instituted.
As far as tinge of red recently seen in your urine, this could also form part of the referral. Remember that you have the right to a second opinion. (MCH).
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