Post-Anal Fissure

  • newyorkcanon

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    Dec 01, 2012 3:37 AM GMT
    As the title implies, I had an injury of moderate severeness towards the end of August as result of a traumatic sexual experience. It was extremely painful, and it took two months for the wound to heal. And just recently found out I may be at a higher risk of suffering from this again (as it states on some internet articles.)

    I don't necessarily bottom all the time, but I enjoy doing it occasionally for the right guy. I know that part of the reason this injury occurred is because I wasn't relaxed. How do you guys get into that mood? I've tried messing around back there, but I usually get this "burn" feeling kick in.. that normal? Could I possibly get back in the game without being torn apart, or would guys suggest otherwise?
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    Dec 01, 2012 5:46 AM GMT
    For the first problem (the tear), I would suggest using (on a daily basis) something like Prep H or products that are similar (just to make sure you are completely healed).


    As for the sex part...take things slow! And I mean really slow, as in major foreplay...like the top hotdogging you (no penetration) until it feels really good...then see how things go.


    I hope these pointers help you, as they seem to do it for me.
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    Dec 01, 2012 6:22 AM GMT
    To the OP, have you seen a colorectal physician about your problem? The burning sensation you are feeling could indicate that the fissures are chronic. That means it could come back should you bottom again regardless on how slow you take it.

    The worse case scenario if your condition is chronic is that you may need surgery to have them removed permanently. Once you've healed post operatively, intercourse might be more enjoyable for you. But your first step if you haven't done so is to see your doctor.

    By the way, I'm a nurse and I can empathize with what you're going through. I have taken care of patients before with fissure problems.
  • newyorkcanon

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    Dec 01, 2012 8:58 PM GMT
    Erik101 saidTo the OP, have you seen a colorectal physician about your problem? The burning sensation you are feeling could indicate that the fissures are chronic. That means it could come back should you bottom again regardless on how slow you take it.

    The worse case scenario if your condition is chronic is that you may need surgery to have them removed permanently. Once you've healed post operatively, intercourse might be more enjoyable for you. But your first step if you haven't done so is to see your doctor.

    By the way, I'm a nurse and I can empathize with what you're going through. I have taken care of patients before with fissure problems.


    I went to my primary doctor who prescribed me some ointments, including nitroglycerin and all that stuff. My wound seemed to have perfectly healed, as I never encounter that sensation when passing stool, only concern is when something (at least the size of a finger) goes up there.

    I heard that surgery was only recommended as a last resort if at-home treatment was useless. I have followed up with him, he told me I was getting better and that was months ago. Only issue is I never asked if it was appropriate to engage in the activity once I had healed. Thanks for your input.
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 02, 2012 12:13 AM GMT
    I like it to burn.icon_twisted.gif
  • Timbales

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    Dec 02, 2012 12:26 AM GMT
    A complimentary partner can help compensate for whatever physical issues you may encounter. If full out penetration is problematic, he can stimulate you finger a finger or two, and you can always use something like a Fleshjack sleeve held between your legs for him to fuck.