Hi there, thank you for posting your question. My area of expertise is in human sexual dysfunction. I hope I can be of some small help to you.
Get yourself tested for diabetes (fasting blood sugar) anyway because that is a good idea. But I do not think it has anything to do with your problem. Get yourself really fir and perhaps change your diet.
What kind of doctor would I need to see? I have pooped by having vaginal sex with my boyfriend!! So embarrassing!! It has happen once and twice by anal but I was not embarrassed by anal sex because he got what he wanted and it's his choice to go there... But vaginal sex ?? Omg I need to get checked asap but I don't know what do tor to call...
I've been having the same issue. Did any one give a good a answer. Has any one figured it out. I did see something on Cosmopolitan about a woman having to have a barinum enema before she has sex.
I so tried to clean myself out with using a regular enema. Did work there was too much poop. Did not smell to go. But we kept at it. Not sure if its because his member is over 8inches and thick. I know there is only so much room just like when having a baby. There's usually a mess when the baby comes out. Again only so much room to work with.
What is a barinum enema? I try not to eat over an hour before engaging in intercourse. Thats not helping. I am prone to having loose stools since I am allergic to alot of different foods. Plus the fiber just makes a mess makes me loose again. So I eat more bread. Which then gives more firmness to the stool. But also alot more gets pushed out during the above mention activity.
Need Help please good try able suggestions is needed.
Try opening your own thread next time, but a barium enema is when is essentially a enema that instead water puts barium in your colon. This is typically used to get a x-ray of the colon. I don't think this is related to the problem as it actually tends to give people constipation. Ultimately, those who do have this problem it is probably best to try and get referred to a colo-rectal surgeon as this problem suggest if not a muscle and or neurological problem with the bowels.
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