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Posted on: 10/22/2009
I am a gay teen. I have had anal sex before, so it's not my first time.
But whenever my partner and I do it, there is rectal mucosa that comes out afterwords. It only happens when I'm the receiver. When my partner is the receiver, he doesn't have the same problem as I do.Could you help me?Reasons? Prevention?
Thank you for your question. Often medical issues like this need to be evaluated in person in order to offer the best advice. I am unclear on what you actually mean by "...rectal mucosa comes out afterwards." Do you mean part of your rectum protrudes out of your anus after anal sex, or do you mean there are bits of tissue that seen to stick to your partner?
In this case it is important for you to undergo an evaluation in order to clarify the health of your rectal muscles and the health of the lining of your rectum.
The disadvantage of electronic health questions is the inability of the provider to follow up with questions or perform a needed exam to best assist you. I recognize how difficult it is to access the health care system. I would expect any primary care physician to be able to address your concerns. You can also go to a county clinic or free clinic for care.