Dec 5, 2006
im a 19 yr old boy who had sex last thursday with a man.. he's black with big dick.. ive had already previous anal sex and im always the bottom. this is the fourth time i was fucked, but my concerns are, my ass is bleeding everytime im going to the toilet, and it's so hard for me to release my vowel.. sometimes, when i go to the toilet, its just blood that i release.. can you help me? im here in manila, philippines.. i dont know where to ask help, or where to go check up... my family does not know im having sex with men, so i really dont know where to go.. pls. do respond..
it was a safe sex, my partner used a condom..
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Can I help you? Probably not all that much over the Internet and Manila is a bit out of the way for a house call. It sounds like your top gun (by the way, "black with a big dick" is probably redundant) caused some anal-rectal trauma with his giant joystick. You could have bleeding hemorrhoids, an anal fissure or a number of other problems. The bottom line on your bottom is that you need to see a doctor and get to the bottom of this problem! If you don't want to visit your general medical doctor, any urgent care center or emergency room should be able to check this out for you. Don't delay! One piece of reassuring information is that you practiced safe sex and therefore you don't have to worry about HIV or other STDs, assuming the latex condom was used properly and did not break.
Good luck. In the future, when mounting members the size of fire hydrants, please remember "lubrication is your friend." Be wary of "weapons of ass destruction."
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