Annal wounds

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    Jul 19, 2009 4:00 PM GMT
    guys, I am a bottom, but havnt bottomed for a very long long time. However i have little wounds in and around my anus at all times. One will heal and then there will be another one??? Sometimes multiple. sometimes it will bleed a lot, sometimes very faintly. But it does all the time. Wt do you guys think and if i want to talk to a dock about this where and who do i go to in riverside county(gay friendly doc)?
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    Jul 19, 2009 7:02 PM GMT
    I don't live in California, but I definitely recommend that you see a doctor ASAP. And don't engage in sex until you find out what's going on.
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    Jul 20, 2009 1:33 AM GMT
    A friend of mine had anal leisons, and she was bleeding from her anus, and her doctor essentially snapped at her, rudely, demanding to know how often she engaged in anal sex, and accused her of lying when she denied ever having anal sex. The doctor essentially wrote her off and said that she couldn't provide her with any sort of medical care if she refused to be honest. She ended up going to another doctor, and was diagnosed by blood-test and follow-up tests as having celiac's disease.

    So yes, do seek out a doctor, and yes be honest, but try not to get excessively worked up until you have a proper diagnosis!
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    Jul 20, 2009 6:50 PM GMT
    The only advice of value this forum could possibly give is to tell you to go to a doctor right away and avoid having anal sex in the meantime.

    Make an appointment right now.
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    Jul 22, 2009 5:26 AM GMT
    dude, sounds like you have hemorrhoids. Heres a link with info:

    http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/hemorrhoids/

    I think there is OTC meds you can get for those, but seeing a doc may be the best bet. Good luck.
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    Jul 22, 2009 11:43 AM GMT
    Ozhan saidguys, I am a bottom, but havnt bottomed for a very long long time. However i have little wounds in and around my anus at all times. One will heal and then there will be another one??? Sometimes multiple. sometimes it will bleed a lot, sometimes very faintly. But it does all the time. Wt do you guys think and if i want to talk to a dock about this where and who do i go to in riverside county(gay friendly doc)?


    LOL.

    Google on hemorrhoids and anal (not annal - those darn four letter words - LOL) fissure. Sounds like you have a thrombose (protruding outside you) hemorrhoid or two. If you research it, there's pictures, and you should be able to tell. Hemorrhoids are mostly a pain in the ass, but, can require surgery if they get real bad, and can't be corrected with good behavior and diet. If you have an anal fissure, it'll scar, and heal, or you can have it surgically repaired.

    Go get yourself some Prep-H at a store near you. Apply liberally. The cortisone will have you all better in no time. If you can't them calmed down after a few weeks (it takes some time), then you can have surgery done (scalpel or laser) and you'll be rid of them, but, if you don't change whatever causes them, like a fat ass getting a lap band, they'll come back. Having your ass cut on is no treat, so you'll want to try the conservative treatment first.

    Be careful about putting stuff in your ass. Make sure you eat small meals often, get plenty of water, and fiber. Your poop should be like toothpaste, if your diet is proper. If you have to push much, your diet isn't right.

    Your rectal area has more nerve endings per centimeter than anywhere else in your body, and if it's got stuff going on, it can be very uncomfortable. There are no nerve endings up inside your anus. Zero.

    Just about everyone deals with hemorrhoids at some time or another. It's very common albeit a bit taboo to discuss.

    Use of squat toilets

    Based on their very low incidence in the developing world, where people squat for bodily functions, hemorrhoids have been attributed to the use of the "sitting" toilet.[8][9] Dr. Berko Sikirov published a study in 1987 testing this hypothesis by having hemorrhoid sufferers convert to squat toilets.[10] Eighteen of the 20 patients were completely relieved of their symptoms (pain and bleeding) with no recurrence, even 30 months after completion of the study. This chart summarizes the results. This study was undertaken in a very small number of people, when compared to the numbers involved in recognized high-quality trials. Therefore, the results, while highly suggestive, cannot be assumed to provide a firm conclusion.

    P.S. You don't have to tell us that you're a bottom. If you're sticking dick in your ass, that goes without saying.
  • jrc2005

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    Aug 30, 2009 9:19 PM GMT
    Could be fissure in ano. Most can be healed by a high-fiber (supplement with psyllium, aka metamucil), plenty-of-water diet, some sitz baths to help you relax and heal, some vaseline application before and after bowel movements, not straining on the toilet at all, and so forth. Sometimes medicated creams may be prescribed that relax the muscles (but can give you side effects like headaches, and may have to be applied an annoying number of times). In more extreme cases, a doctor may want to either inject botox in ano, or perhaps even do an internal sphincterotomy, where part of the internal sphincter is cut, this reducing the pressure the muscle applies.
  • MikemikeMike

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    Sep 01, 2009 3:44 AM GMT
    jrc2005 saidCould be fissure in ano. Most can be healed by a high-fiber (supplement with psyllium, aka metamucil), plenty-of-water diet, some sitz baths to help you relax and heal, some vaseline application before and after bowel movements, not straining on the toilet at all, and so forth. Sometimes medicated creams may be prescribed that relax the muscles (but can give you side effects like headaches, and may have to be applied an annoying number of times). In more extreme cases, a doctor may want to either inject botox in ano, or perhaps even do an internal sphincterotomy, where part of the internal sphincter is cut, this reducing the pressure the muscle applies.


    Good answer Jrc2005!!


    Chunky usual cut and paste. Cuntystud know steroids and hemorrhoids really wellicon_lol.gif