Anal fissures and the great outdoors.

When enjoying the great outdoors there are many reasons to take care of your anal lining. Anal linings have been getting a lot of abuse these days. All the talk of “boofing” by Supreme Court justices in their college years, and the whole “double penetration” trend becoming the go-to of the social elite has put an emphasis on poop chute maintenance. Suffice it to say that you can no longer just shove things in your ass without forethought.

you could get fissures

 

Does this look like someone you know?

The American Society Of Colon and Rectal Surgeons states that Anal Fissures are usually caused by trauma to the inner lining of the anus from a bowel movement or other stretching of the anal canal. This can be due to a hard, dry bowel movement or loose, frequent bowel movements. Patients with a tight anal sphincter muscle are more likely to develop anal fissures. Less common causes of fissures include inflammatory bowel disease, anal infections, or tumors. 

“If you find yourself not shitting because it hurts too much you may have an anal fissure.”

-something I read-

There’s lots of non surgical stuff you can do like changing your diet, but no one ever wants to do that stuff.

 

Luckily there’s a quick fix you can get in Egypt, pretty cheap considering what the doctor has to look at.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=P9NjnA7fdNk

So fellow outdoorsmen and outdoors women don’t fret if you get a little frisky in the lower forty eight and you have the sensation of rubber band snapping , or if you have bright red blood in your stool. These things happen now, it’s the new normal.