So usually I'm the dominant one in the bedroom but last night my boy caught me off guard and well I decided to allow him to take charge for a change. I've never had anything up/in my butt, only out so yes I was very nervous first we used a toy and surprisingly enough, I really liked it. Well we later moved on to actually having him enter my backdoor, it was all well. But today it's now 12 midnight and I haven't pooped in 26 hrs, since we had anal. Is it normal? I've ate normally, there wasn't any aching or soreness at all in the morning. This is new to me, so yes I'm a bit nervous and probably over reacting. He said it was normal but I'm sketchy, so if anyone can tell me before I decide to face my doctor embarrassingly about it, much appreciated!
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Health & Fitness category? Maybe give some free advice about: Illnesses? julie75 answered Thursday February 9 2012, 6:10 pm: You are not alone with liking a little anal. I have my biggest orgasms from anal (when it's done right...lol). The constipation will happen occasionally in the beggining and the best thing you can do is go to the drug store and buy an enema kit. It's very cheap and you can pretend it's for your sick mother..lol. It will be hard to keep it in but do it for as long as possible. This should help clean things out for now. If you're planning on having more anal sex, I would recommend doing a warm water enema before you think you'll have sex. This will keep him from getting dirty and you from getting constipated. My only other suggestion would be to use a strong vibrator on your clit when he goes in the backdoor. You'll be surprised how good it feels. If you need any other help, please feel free to write me. firstname.lastname@example.org [ julie75's advice column | Ask julie75 A Question ]
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