We can't diagnose bumps over the internet, but if you've been having unprotected anal sex, you really should get a full STI test done anyway. While you're at your doc's office, you can ask them to take a look at that bump.
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We have absolutely no way of knowing what it could be over the internet. The best thing you could do is go visit a doctor to find out what it is, especially if it's painful or itchy at all. (Was STI protection used during both instances of anal sex?)
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