Many people experience light spotting from time to time due to the delicate nature of the tissues involved. You should see a doctor or other healthcare provider if you notice more than a couple of drops of light pink blood, or if you experience discomfort that lasts for more than two days. Bleeding after anal sex is often the result of too much friction, rough behavior, or cuts from fingernails. Though very rare, it is possible to perforate , or tear, the colon during anal sex. You may also experience extreme pain, swelling in the lower abdomen, fever, and nausea. If you have these symptoms, seek immediate medical attention. Just remember the acronym WASH.
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Hello, Hope this isn't too disgusting but Im looking for advice. I am a 22 year old female and I find this topic very hard to bring up to my GP. I usually open my bowels every other day or sometimes in 3 days times, which has been a norm for me since I was young.