After having anal sex with my girlfriend, she talked me into letting her try the same on me with a 4.5 - 5 inch long glass dildo of hers, claiming the prostate stimulation would give me a great orgasm. We used a condom and water-based lube. I wasn't crazy about it. There was a tiny bit of blood on the condom afterward, but probably just from a hemorrhoid or whatnot. I've had a few normal bowel movements in the 24 hours since we had sex with no bleeding and I'm not running a fever, but I have an odd bloated feeling with slight pain in my lower abdomen / groin area which gets worse when I lay down on my stomach. It feels like I have to go to the bathroom, but I don't. I'm a bit of a hypochondriac and am worried I might have a perforated bowel or perforated colon or something else life-threatening. How would I know if I have a perforation? Is this just normal post-anal discomfort? I don't have insurance and I don't want to have to explain this embarrassing situation at a hospital if it isn't a serious issue, but I'm a bit worried.
I've been to the doctor twice about this and they did x-rays and blood work and both looked normal. I'm still having this pain in my groin 6 days after being anal-toyed by my girlfriend. I've since learned that anal toys are supposed to be soft (we used a 5 inch long glass dildo of hers). There was a small bit of blood afterward. The pain worsens when I have a bowel movement. Could I have a hernia or a torn muscle from the receptive anal?
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