Sphincter Ani Shook But Didn’t Want To Poop.?
In the morning I want to ask about my friend, a 24-year-old male. Lately his spincter ani shook but didn’t want to poop. What do you think?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before continuing, that the anal sphincter is the name of the muscle that encircles the anus and serves as an outlet for impurities in the digestive tract. We can consciously open or close the sphincter ani, usually in our efforts to hold or release impurities when defecating. For more details, the image below shows the sphincter ani from below, as well as from the side.
Regarding your question, we honestly cannot really understand it because the sphincter ani is not supposed to and cannot vibrate, regardless of whether someone wants to defecate or not. We need to make sure what you mean by vibrating. What kind of sensation, and what impact it feels. This is important because it is not impossible that your friend really meant that his stomach was rumbling, for example. This is different from the anal sphincter and the causes and treatment are also different. Because again, the symptoms of the vibrating sphincter ani are not a common symptom and we have to make sure that what we understand is the same as what you mean.
Therefore, we cannot proceed any further because there are major complaints that remain unclear. And if forced, it can actually be a misunderstanding that will not benefit you. Our advice, you can create new questions that might actually be better if you use common language to avoid misunderstandings, or you can directly consult a general practitioner. So, hopefully answering your question.