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Bottoming Issue

Unread postby Buickguy » 6 November 2019, 23:24

So I'm a little new of this, but I think this is where I need to start. A little over a year ago I was having sex with my boyfriend, at the time it was a hook up, I was the bottom. I ended up going out of town the next day and found out that I had a anal fissure. For those who don't know what that is, it is a very deep rip into my anal cavity. That was one hell of an excruciating week. When I came back I thought I would take a month or two and let it heal up fully. Now it has been over a year and bottoming still really hurts, like a ton. No amount of poppers, lube or anything else will help. Mind you, before this, I was a pro at bottoming. I have done a lot with other men while I bottomed and it was always fun and it never really hurt. Why is it so hard to bottom now? I have seen a doctor and they don't know what to tell me? I miss bottoming so much and it has but a knife in my relationship that he hasn't gotten to top. Is there a surgery I should try or something? Has anyone else had this problem?
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Re: Bottoming Issue

Unread postby Marmaduke » 7 November 2019, 10:35

So you’ve sought and received professional medical advice and think that we - some random, unqualified strangers on the internet - might be better suited to solve your medical issue?
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Unread postby Jryski » 7 November 2019, 11:30

Nope! Never had this problem. I think the doctors know more than we on here do. I'm sorry you got hurt.
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Re: Bottoming Issue

Unread postby Brasileiro » 8 November 2019, 12:56

It is possible that scartissue makes it tight and whenever that get stretched, it hurts, and might even make micro rips that get infected.
You need to see a proctologist. That is a specialist in colon, rectum and anus. They can do specific exams to see what is going on.
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