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Had anal intercourse. Had severe pain in rectum, cold sweats, faintiness, nausea. What could it be?

Hi. My husband and I had anal intercourse tonight. It wasn t painful during except for a little usual light pressure when he went in a little too deep. But shortly after, I had to use the restroom. A small amount of discharge and semen came out. This is all normal for me. But then I started to have severe pain in my rectum ... so much so that I started breaking out in cold sweats, felt faint, and thought I was going to throw up. It felt like the worst labor contraction I ve ever had (I ve had 3 children) except it was all in my rectum. There was never any bleeding and it slowly subsided and I m feeling fine now. What was that?!?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Hi
As your husband went little deep,there might have been Mild trauma to the Rectum layers.Because of the trauma,you might have experienced pain.
Another possibility for pain is the tension in the pelvic muscles.
As you are fine now and there was no bleeding,major trauma is excluded.
Nothing to worry.
Hope i answered your query.
Regards
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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