Ouch. Anal Fissures...anyone ever developed a medical problem after doing anal?

Ouch. Anal Fissures...anyone ever developed a medical problem after doing anal?

Bignuf Bignuf
We have a tight little group of friends that do Friday Night Dinner together. We talk about EVERYTHING...sex included. Great group. All married, all monogomous, by the way.

One of our group ended up having a drainage of an anal fissure. She didn't tell her doctor, but she was positive that it happened during a particular "play session" a few weeks back. He was going at it pretty good and suddenly she felt a little "sharp pain". They stopped immediately, and other then a TINY little skin tear right at the opening of the anus with a single drop of blood, there was nothing else.

She washed it good and even put Neosporin on the site for a day. Two weeks later she is having a drainage of a lesion the size of grape (she said it hurt like heck) and a little rubber drain put in, about an inch from that spot...and the doctor flushed the "tract" he said came from the anus. He told her she probably split the skin a little "staining to have a bowel movement...don't worry, it happens", but now she is really worried it could happen again.

How many of you, doing anal, have had anything like this happen???? We both do anal and have never, thankfully, had a problem....but she too had been doing it with her husband for better then 20 years without a problem!!!

Any comments??? Experience with this, or advice???
07/30/2011
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Ansley Ansley
For some reason, I'm thinking neosporin in this situation was a really bad idea and probably exacerbated the problem.

We don't have anal sex enough for it to be a concern. As in, we never have anal sex.
07/30/2011
Istanbull Istanbull
I had a couple from not using good enough lube. I would suggest she stop using neosporin or any other products not given directly from her doctor. After minor surgery My proctologist doesn't have me using anything other than anti-inflaminent soppositories(however it's spelt). I would suggest she lay off anal for a few months, and take it very easy for a couple months after.
07/30/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Istanbull
I had a couple from not using good enough lube. I would suggest she stop using neosporin or any other products not given directly from her doctor. After minor surgery My proctologist doesn't have me using anything other than anti-inflaminent ...
That she is. She is scared enough she may lay off it for life. Sad, since both her and her husband were "into it", but this has really been a BAD experience.
08/03/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Ansley
For some reason, I'm thinking neosporin in this situation was a really bad idea and probably exacerbated the problem.

We don't have anal sex enough for it to be a concern. As in, we never have anal sex.
Her surgeon gave her polysporin to use after surgery...just topically, so the neosporin was not that far off.
08/03/2011
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