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Tried anal, bleeding, blood in stool, paining. Is it normal? How to cure?

ystrday we tried anal for 1st time, and just within few seconds i tried to insert ( just around an inch went inside ) she was paining and i stoped it . she noticed that there is a bleeding a bit , and in potty also she noticed blood .. what should be done now ? she is paining ? is it normal , can u suggest any medicine which can relax her pain , although the bleeding was bit , how it can be stoped completely??
Wed, 6 Jun 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response

Thanks for your query.

An injury has occured in the anal passage. This is know as anal fissure and is very painful while passing stools. The stools will appear steaked with blood on the side of the injury. It is suggested you get her examined by a surgeon who shall prescribe and explain appropriate medicine for application along with stool softners and sitz bath. If the pain does not get relieved by sitz bath pain killers will be advised.

Wishing your wife an early recovery.
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