Black Mucus Out When You Want To Defecate After Anal Sex?
Hello .. When I want to chapter .. Only the mucus comes out and in the mucus there is an elongated black color .. The body is also weak and the stomach is rather constipated but the stool does not come out but mucus … Previously (2 months) then I was in anal sex ( homosexual) … Please answer …
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The anus is not designed for sexual intercourse. When experiencing sexual stimulation, the cells in the anal wall are unable to produce enough lubricant to facilitate the entry of the penis into the anus. This can cause the anal wall to become inflamed, namely due to irritation, injury, and also increase the risk of transmitting infection.
In normal conditions, the digestive tract will indeed secrete mucus whose function is to help the digestive process and fecal passage so that it can be removed from the body. However, this mucus is normally clear in color and does not amount to too much.
If you have black mucus from your anus, then this is a possible sign of bleeding. This blackish bleeding often comes from the upper digestive tract, for example the esophagus, stomach, or duodenum. Some of the possible causes of this condition are stomach ulcers, esophageal varices rupture, duodenal ulcers, gastric cancer, and so on.
It could also be, black mucus accompanied by weakness and constipation that you experience occurs because it is triggered by other causes, for example:
Anal fissure (tear in the anal wall) Proctitis (inflammation of the rectum) Anal fistula (formation of an abnormal tube that connects the anus to other organs) Anal abscess (pus-filled sac around the anus that appears due to infection) Anal cancer (malignant tumor in the anus) Colorectal cancer ( malignant tumors of the large intestine) Intestinal cancer Blood clotting disorders Sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV, herpes simplex, gonorrhea Worms, etc. You should check your condition immediately to the doctor. Most likely, in addition to a physical examination, your doctor will also recommend that you undergo supporting tests, such as blood tests, stool tests, X-rays, ultrasounds, gastrointestinal endoscopy, etc. to identify the correct diagnosis. Alternatively, your doctor may direct you to undergo VCT (voluntary counseling and testing) - HIV to detect the possibility of HIV infection given your previous history of risky relationships.
As an initial treatment:
Stop anal sex and other risky sexual behaviors (for example, having sex with people who have no clear sexual history, changing sexual partners) Drink lots of drinking Take good care of the cleanliness of your intimate areas (including the anus) Do not hold back the urge to defecate. Eat lots of fruit and vegetables that contain lots of fiber. Keep yourself busy with positive activities, such as exercising, worshiping, and working to avoid the desire to re-engage in risky sex. Hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah