anal fissures are categorized as small tears in the anal surface lining and may cause a feeling of pressure or pain near the. pressure and pain in the anal or rectal area are common symptoms of several conditions. Generally, patients will feel mild discomforts and irritations but there are times when the pain can be severe and incapacitating. Sometimes, the pain and pressure that is felt can reach deeper within the pelvic muscles or on the upper part of the rectal. 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 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. The pain usually lasts approximately 20 minutes and tends to reoccur at regular intervals. Colorectal pain may be a sign of colorectal cancer rectal pain, pressure or throbbing pain may occur with other primary problems like prostate problems, infections or other diseases. Rectal pressure is a common symptom of a variety of problems, from constipation to ulcerative colitis. the symptoms that led up to this and right now are rectal pressure, loose but not diahrrea nor thin stools, visible internittent bright red blood, internittent left lower pain that basically feels inflammed, rectum pain intermittent also and also feels inflammed, gas also intermittent and sometimes cripplingly painful, intermittent orange mucus in stool, intermittent back and lef pain. Usually the pressure youre describing is reflective of haemorrhoid (usually internal) issues. If theyre not causing you pain then no need to really do anything abt them do what youre doing ie increasing fibre and water intake. As for visualisation of internal rhoids my thoughts are theyre only visible thru a scope.