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Anal Bleeding After Anal Sex
Not if routine: Rectal bleeding following anal intercourse could be due to several causes. If the recipient is not accustomed to this practice. Or if the activity is exceptionally rough, and without proper lubrication and foreplay, there could be some tearing of the anal mucosa. Otherwise, bleeding could be an indication of internal or external hemorroids. If bleeding continues, consult with an appropriate dr. ...Read more
I frequently experience rectal bleeding after having anal sex. Is this normal? The bleeding typically goes away on its own after a day or two.
Examine for damage: Anuses are not designed for in-and-out sex. Just like in any big city, some streets are one-way and some streets are two-way. A vagina is created or evolved to be a two-way street (penis in, baby out). However, the gastrointestinal tract is designed to be one-way, with an opening on each end. Food goes in the mouth, and the brown stuff goes out the butt. (An exception is when one vomits.) ...Read more
Is it necessary to see a doc if I repeatedly have rectal bleeding after anal sex? I have 1 partner, we are both std free and monogamous
Here are some...: To have something serious in anus/rectum like cancer is extremely rare at 18, and usually related to hemorrhoid or anal tearing from anal coitus by the reported sequence of events. How to get rid of recurrent postcoital anal bleeding? Of course, stop anal sex. Meanwhile, go to be checked once at least and be counseled for safe sex. All the best to health and safe sex, ...Read more
It happens: But any bleeding is not normal. You may have aggravated some internal hemorrhoids or torn the anal canal. Neither should be ignored especially due to the risk of infection. See your doctor and defer on future anal intercourse. ...Read more
No: Bleeding from the anus is not normal under any circumstances! You need to to get examined and treated for whatever injury you incurred and avoid anal intercourse. The anius is an exit not an entrance. You can develop some very serious life changing issues from continuing this behavior. ...Read more
Not normal: You may have sustained an injury from the activity, and if not treated can lead to serious infection and complications. On the other hand there may be a cause for the bleeding totally unrelated but coincidental with intercourse. Best to get a proper evaluation from a colon and rectal surgeon. ...Read more
I have only being having anal sex for about 3 weeks and not done it often is it normal for a little bleeding after?
Yes: Use lots of lubricant if this is an issue, and make sure your partner isn't too rough. ...Read more
First time I had anal sex on Saturday but today I'm having some bleeding is it normal or should I go to my doctor?
Bleeding not normal: Bleeding per rectum may originate in the anal canal, the rectum, or further up the line. Frequent anal sources of bleeding include trauma, hemorrhoids, & fissures. Similar bleeds can be seen with anal & rectal cancer, infections, rectal ulcers, inflammatory bowel, etc. You haven't indicated how much bleeding there is, or if pain accompanies. Prudence dictates evaluation please. ...Read more
First time anal sex Saturday today slightly bleeding no pain feels a little of inflammation is it normal or should I go see my md?
Anal sex: If you are experiencing spots of blood, that is probably fine as long as you are not incontinent. There is no substitute for a physical exam, though. ...Read more
Is it normal for there to be bleeding, mucus, and a little burning after anal sex? I've only done it twice but this time was kinda rough and no lube
Doctor can examine: Anuses are not designed for in-and-out sex. Just like in any big city, some streets are one-way and some streets are two-way. A vagina is created or evolved to be a two-way street (penis in, baby out). However, the gastrointestinal tract is designed to be one-way, with an opening on each end. Food goes in the mouth, and the brown stuff goes out the butt. (An exception is when one vomits.) ...Read more
Rough anal sex[friday] a day after ovulation[thursday] I know its normal to bleed after but I am know bleeding from my vagina[sunday] something wrong?
See your gyn: To r/o cuts, tears, or bleeding from inside the uterus, also rough or non rough anal sex can lead to tears, or cuts in the anus ad rectum, rarely perforation of the rectum which can be a disaster, incompetence of the anal sphincter over time which can lead to incontinence of gas and stool, bad hemmr., fissues, etc. And infection. ...Read more
I had anal sex and now have bad nausea. Is this normal, or did I get injured in the process? There has been no bleeding or vomiting as of yet.
Prob no injury: Anal sex may cause fissures which typically show up as pain and bleeding with bms so without these you are probably ok. Nausea is non-specific and probably unrelated, although if it continues, get checked. There is a remote risk of perforation, although very unlikely unless foreign bodies (eg. Sex toys) were involved. Std is also a risk, so see your healthcare provider if symptoms occur! ...Read more
I had anal sex now I'm bleeding having some pain...I'm about 3 weeks postpartum and I had a c-section. Is bleeding normal? When can I have vaginal sex
Maybe normal: Whether you have a c-section or a vaginal delivery, it can take up to 6 weeks for the uterus to heal and stop bleeding. Bleeding can stop and start during that time. Most doctors say 6 weeks for vaginal intercourse after a delivery. But usually you get a post partum exam around that time, and the doctor then gives you a "go ahead" if everything is healed. I'm not surprised you had pain. ...Read more
I have rectal pain and rectal bleeding. I had anal intercourse without lubrication and there is an internal tear which is bleeding hours later.
This is not normal. Rectal tissues are very delicate and easily traumatized if a penis or object is introduced into the rectum. Anal receptive sex
carries a # of risks. Trauma can lead to rectal prolapse, anal fissure, tearing of tissues, ^ hemorrhoid sxs ; anodyspareunia (pain). Unprotected anal receptive sex has ^ risk for transmission of infections due to rectal microorganisms as well std's. ...Read more