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#1 Musgos


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Posted 24 May 2018 - 02:29 PM

hello gay people in this forum, i have a question:


is any of you bottoms having difficulty while being penetrated as an IBS sufferer?


i am having a really bad time, since i really cant be penetrated without having discomfort since i think there is some inflammation going inside of my


rectum and i am not enjoying it...



i have PI-IBS ( Post Infectious Irritable Bowel Syndrome ) just to clarify and i have had it for almost a year and a half


i have a minor urge to defecate, is not as bad as when it started, i also have like a horrible sick feeling after defecating, feeling like gross and


almost like a malaise feeling, joint pain, red eyes.. have been tested for IBD with colonoscopy and blood/stool tests and i came back negative


i am getting really nervous since i cant take care of my boyfriend sexually


i am thinking about requesting mesalamine to see if it is inflammation what's causing all this discomfort :'(

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Posted 02 June 2018 - 07:30 PM

Sexual encounters of any kind (hetero or homosexual) are very difficult when you have IBS (either C or D). And it doesn't just affect the receiving partner. Often the top in the situation suffers from the same malaise and exhaustion that just makes you not want to have any sexual relations. I can relate to that. Its more difficult when you're single because that really means you don't date. If you're partnered or married...then often its easier as your partner should understand your issues.


As for any solutions...I cant really say. Imodium helps me but I often have no libido. If you're having pain in the rectal area or suffer from fissures or thin skin....then its probably best to not engage in that particular activity until you're healed. There are many other things that can be done...but IBS is very difficult for many of us.


I suggest seeing a good gastro doctor to begin many different kinds of medicines that might give you some kind of relief. But in my experience its all temporary. IBS always seems to come back in some form.

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