I'm having problems with my bowels and anus. Please don't judge, but several years ago, I began experimenting with anal sex, using toys while masturbating. Everything went fine for a while, and then one day something happened. At the time, I wasn't sure what; I just knew that suddenly I was having a very hard time going to the bathroom. After a while, straining to pass feces caused other things to go wrong. I could no longer empty my anus; little bits of stuff would stay in there, so that no matter how hard I wiped, things would not come clean. I would have to poke a finger up there in the shower to fix the problem.
I didn't stop using anal toys then, because I thought it was a temperary thing. Eventually, I noticed two things: that something was wrong, and that everytime I played with my butt, things changed. Sometimes things got better, sometimes worse. Because anal play had done it in the first place, and because, as I said, things sometimes got better (by comparison, I still had trouble passing stool, and I still had to use my finger), I continued using anal devices, attempting to fix whatever I'd done to myself. I think that when things first went wrong, I tore something inside my bowels, messed up my rectum.
After a while, passing stuff got easier, but everyday after pooping I'd have to shower. Like an idiot, I didn't stop, or seek medical advice. I kept hoping (deluding myself) that perhaps things might get a bit better if I did it again. Recently, I attempted to fix myself again, and something really went wrong. Things hurt during the process itself, and I had terrible diarrhea for two weeks afterward. Now my anus is leaking. I think I tore something severly.
I'm young. Is this fixable? I can't tell you how uncomfortable (and embarassing) this situation is. Can this be fixed with surgery? How effectively?
I have a story very similar to yours. A few days ago, I scared myself. I've been playing with anal toys for a while, and this time I shoved the 13 incher all the way in, and it slid so that it got stuck, and was pressing against my tailbone. Thankfully, I was able to reach in and pull it out. But the next day, I didn't have a bowel movement, and I could tell things didn't feel right in there. Interestingly enough, I too felt like I needed to "fix the problem" with what caused the problem, so I put the toy back in on the 2nd day. I don't know if it helped at all or not. I started getting worried that I had tore, twisted, or shifted something out of place. On the 4th day with no bowel movement, I said "that's it, I'm going to the hospital." Thankfully, I actually did have a bowel movement right before I decided to go! Ever since then, I've been having an occasional bowel movement, but I'm nowhere near as regular as I was before. I've stopped using the toys altogether. When I go to the bathroom, I mostly have gas and anal leakage. I really want things to go back to the way they were! So, I'm going to wait it out, and hope that my bowels fix themselves on their own, and I'm definitely not playing anal anymore! Not worth it!
Btw I found this on another post about "Anal Leakage:"
Anal leakage indicates that your anal sphincter is not good or you have some problem in the anal canal/ rectum or you have some sytemic problem causing this leak.
You have to consult a doctor for complete evaluation.
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