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Feeling need to poop during sex

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How come everytime i have sex
it feels like i need to go poop
during sex i thought it might be the guy
but iv had sex with other people and i still get the same
feeling its maken my sex life hell because im not enjoying sex
at all and i get a really sore back after wards and normaly please help

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replied February 25th, 2009
Sexual Health - Women Answer A5874

According to the data you reported, no medical problem can be exactly determined.
However, both the nerves for the genital area and for defecation start from the same place. In addition, if the penis of your partner puts pressure on some specific nerve in the area, then it might cause unusual symptom like urge to defecate. You might want to try different position in order not to put pressure on the same spot.

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