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Hello,

I recently have had anal sexual intercourse with my boyfriend of a year now. It didn't really hurt, being as this was my first time i was surprised. I didn't feel any pain during or after, but when i went to use the rest room my poop was runny with cum. I don't know if the is normal or not. It has continued onto the next day. When will it stop, should i be worried? Thank you for your time.


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replied November 26th, 2009
Sexual Health - Women Answer A8052
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum


Since it is not the normal route of intercourse, the ejaculate (cum) can remain in the rectal area for a day or two. Also some amount of infection is expected. Hence for a day or two you may have this type of stool. Then everything will be fine.

If symptoms persist consult a doctor. Hope this helps. Take care!



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