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My girl friend and i try anal sex one time. she sometimes cannnot have a bowl movement after anal sex and it experiences some pain in her belly while trying to have a bowl movement. eventhough we've haven't engaged in actual anal sex since then, there has been some anal foreplay and somtimes contipations..for at least a week. She visited her doctor but didn't let him know she had anything to do with anal sex. he had her do colonscopy and other testing and the result fine. but he asked that she drinks metamucil and other fibes. even though she does these things, she still experiences the constipations.

Any help? thanks


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replied July 2nd, 2007
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From the diagnostics, its seems that a colonoscopy excluded possible organic reasons for constipation such as a tumor. But if your girlfriend has experienced constipation and abdominal pain every time after you have anal sex you should consider to stopping this type of sexual activity. Maybe anal sex causes some type of local intestinal reflex that slows down intestinal movement called peristaltic contraction. If she continues to experience constipation even after you both stop practicing anal sex ... then anal sex is not the cause of the constipation. You can stop practicing anal sex for a while to see what will happen.


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