The signs and symptoms that you mentioned in your question most closely relate to a perianal cyst. A cyst is an abnormal sac with a membranous lining that contains fluid, semisolid material, or just gas. Cysts are very common and can occur at any age, anywhere in the body. There is no specific age group that is more likely to develop cysts, and no specific cause.
A rectal lump is a growth in the inner rectum or rectal area. Rectal lumps can vary in size and the degree to which they produce symptoms. Depending on the underlying cause, a rectal lump may or may not cause any pain. The two most common causes are hemorrhoids and anal warts.
Ladies, listen up. You want to be prepared and not totally shocked at what you find. Vaginal Cysts. Cysts can occur on any part of the body including female genitals.