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Bruise

Also called: Ecchymosis

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Hi if its anal sex your talking about it should never be done rough, always use lots of lubrication, possible sore more that bruised.Just don't...
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I would think it is possible.  I would check with the diagnosing physician.
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I would guess that you have a hair-line fracture. But to confirm it you will need x-rays or maybe even an MRI. Do you still have a bruise and is it...
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No, I'd say it was quite unusual.  I'd advise checking with a doctor, because you may have a broken blood vessel or some such causing...
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Great question!In general, I would say you should ask your doctor about this the next time you have an appointment. Sometimes a lingering bruise can...
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Hi Found you this answer 1, from 2 is mine. 1, To say that though we would have to define HF symptoms. For me HF means that when not aroused (not...
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Assne is no joke.
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Domesticus Abusicus.
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If you have to ask if you should go back to the doctor after being in a car accident maybe you really hit your head. For your own peace of mind go...
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Sounds like something is going on in there....internal bleeding, low platelet count, could even be liver-related. Are  you on any medications...
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Hi I think the ER would be your best bet and get some x-rays done, you could have a couple of cracked ribs, but do get there ASAPGood Luck
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Sometimes what result in this situation is when you open your legs too wide for too log either having sex or exercising this may be the just a two...
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Hi I think you should put this question to your surgical team, see how they answer you.It would be your best place to start.Good Luck
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I would suggest going to the dr and getting checked for anemia.
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yes
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