i suspect your case to be external hemorrhoids. you should consult a doctor to have a peace of mind.
i used to suffer from hemorrhoids too and i understand that finiding a doctor could be quite embarassing but if you tried other methods but doesn't work do consult a doctor. even if its not hemorrhoids you know whats going on with your own body. Your health should be top priority.
Yes it is likely you have internal hemorroids that extend externally as they grow. That is really the most common and why many people do not know they have them until the see blood. You may be experiencing some bleeding by now. There are several things to help resolve this. do you sit a lot during the day, the added pressure all day can keep them from healing. A diet change to include more raw fruit and vegetables and doubling your fiber intake with make your stool much softer and which will also aid in healing. There are a few other things that can help also. How is your weight, might that be a problem which puts a lot of pressure in the anus? If you are already doing these things let me know, that may be some additional things to try. It is always a good idea to make sure by seeing your physician. Worring about what is happening to your body can be stressful.