The most common symptom of proctitis is a continuous feeling of needing a bowel movement. Also, some people experience rectal bleeding, rectal pain, mucus discharge, swollen lymph nodes, cramping in the abdomen, diarrhea, and constipation. The symptoms may be worse if the genital herpes virus is the underlying cause.
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