Another reason for the pain is due prolonged sitting on one's bot. Only solution is removal of rectal stump. However the surgery is little complex as rectal area is muscular and the surgeon who does it must have very good expertise.
I am of the opinion your condition will gradually improve with time.
Wishing all the best.
b+ (B positive)
This subject has come up on this site before - so I guess some might call it 'normal'. Personally I couldn't stand it to the point where I decided to irrigate the anal passage. (something I had to do regularly before the operation so I had the equipment available.) I adapted the anal catheters so that it would irrigate into the passage as well as the sides. It's hard to imagine how much grot gets stuck up there and it's no wonder it creates rectal pain. I used to irrigate squatting in the bath and using the adapted shower-hose so I could see what came out. I was always very careful not to damage the inside of the anus which might have caused me even more pain! After a few months I was only getting clearish, liquid mucus which was relatively easy to pass, so I stopped irigating. It's now been more than 12 months since I needed to irrigate and the intense pain I felt at the beginning is no longer present. It's as bepositive and my stoma nurse says-- it gradually gets better -given time. Hopefully your problem will resolve itself in the near future. Best wishes