By diarrhea, do you mean multiple episodes of bowel movement or single episode of loose stool?
Individuals with irritable bowel disease can develop diarrhea after the stress of sexual intercourse.
Other causes of urgent bowel movement after ejaculation include prostate infection,
infection of the gastrointestinal tract, etc.
DO post a few more details of your condition so that a diagnosis can be approximate
yea i have this problem too...but not all the time. It has occurred on two occasions and both times it was only maybe two episodes of loose stool then constipation. I have pain on the lower left side of my abdomen during sex. Is this the same problem you have been experiencing?
I also experience Diarrhea/loose bowels at times with blood stains immediately and every time I have sex with my boyfriend. I this a condition or what is is exactly. I never experience it if we dont have sex. Please advise
This apparently is not limited to heterosex community as a twink in LGBT community I have experienced (as I am passive partner in anal sex) sometimes a short duration of the squits (diarrhoea). I am assuming this to be caused by rectal stimulation from sexual activity. If not, then what could cause this in gay males?
Last night my boyfriend and I started to have sex for the first time. It was in and out, and then we had to stop. We used a condom and neither of us had *** even a little yet. Now I have diarrhea. It's not because of the semen, there was none. And it's not because of anal sex, we had vaginal. So why does it happen? I don't know, but you're not he only one with the problem.
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