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Causes of anal pain include anal cancer anal fissure (a small tear in the lining of the anal canal) anal itching (pruritus ani) anal sex anorectal fistula (an abnormal channel between the anus or rectum usually to the skin near the anus) coccydynia or coccygodynia (tailbone pain). Sometimes, rectal pain is accompanied by other symptoms, such as itching and stinging. Its rarely serious, but getting to the root cause can help you find relief. Anal pain (pain in the bottom) can be distressing, but its often just the result of a minor, treatable problem. The medical name for pain in and around the anus or rectum is proctalgia. An anal fissure is a small tear in the skin of the anus that can be caused by passing a large or hard poo. Rectal pain is pain or discomfort in the lower portion of the gastrointestinal tract. The term is often used interchangeably with pain in the anus or anal pain. It is a fairly common problem and can result from conditions such as hemorrhoids or anal fissures. Rectal pain can be associated with symptoms such as prolapse, pressure, or bleeding. Anal pain pain in and around your anus or rectum (perianal region) is a common complaint. Although most causes of anal pain are benign, the pain itself can be severe because of the many nerve endings in the perianal region. Many conditions that cause anal pain may also cause rectal bleeding, which is usually more frightening than serious. Rectal pain usually varies according to its underlying cause for example, hemorrhoids usually cause mild or moderate discomfort, while anal fissures can cause a tearing or knife-like sharp pain.