I had anal sex on Saturday for the first time in a while. There was a little pink, but I didn't bleed afterwards. My anus is sore/painful if I try to stretch it with my fingers now, but it doesn't hurt otherwise.
The problem is that I haven't pooped since then, when I always poop at least once a day. I have been incredibly gassy, but otherwise nothing. I don't feel constipated, though my lower abdomen does feel kind of full and tight. I've searched on the web and I can't find anyone else with this question. I'm really worried that I seriously messed something up. We probably didn't go as slow as we should have, but I was feeling really loose at the time.
Please help. -_-
Posts: 1 | From: i can see a cornfield from my house | Registered: Oct 2010
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Anal sex doesn't tend to impact what's going on in your digestive system, including your bowels, because it doesn't reach those areas. So, chances are, you being constipated right now is a coincidence. have you talked to a doctor about the constipation? If you don't want to bring up the anal sex, that's okay, because again, it's not at all likely to be related to that.
With the soreness, were you using a lubricant, and lots of it?
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