Posted , 4 users are following.
My name is Findoli and I have been suffering from a series of health problems for the last 2.5 years. Let me start at the beginning.
Nov of 2015, I had a bacterial infection. It started as a little bump on my wrist and it wasn't until late evening (nine?) that I saw a red line going up my right arm. So, I went to the ER. Doctors couldn't say what it was. So, they pumped me full of what the nurse called "the big guns." I don't know what antibiotic it was, but that's what he called it. After that appointment, I was prescribed an antibiotic. It was called Clindamycin (also known as Cleocin) and was to be taken every six hours for ten days. I did this. The following health problems ensued. They are divided between cured and uncured.
-Extreme weight loss (took prebiotic inulin and probiotics to return to my normal weight)
-Chronic anal fissure (comfrey oil is your friend; heals in a couple weeks)
-Yeast overgrowth (apple cider vinegar)
-Anal muscle spasms. I can feel, when I have to poop, my butt literally trying to stay closed so as to keep the stool from passing - no pain.
-Anal leakage. Clear fluid will come out of my anus every morning after I wake up, every time I have a bowel movement, and sporadically during the day. There are some triggers I have identified (drinking a cup of water too fast, eating too much too fast; maybe even exercise such as the exercise bike or mildly bouncing on my mini-trampoline). Otherwise, it seems random. Ruled out C. Diff. Stool test. Magnesium gel on/around my anus helped reduce the amount of leakage 20% - 30%, but it's still there.
-Urinary retention/spasms. Literally, my male member will jerk back a few times and then urinate. Even then, it doesn't feel like I totally empty myself all the time. It just doesn't feel like it wants to go. I can feel my butt spazz at the same time, too.
-Blood in my semen. Whenever I have wet dreams, they're accompanied by blood. I'm a virgin.
These are my symptoms. The doctors I've talked to have suggested a nervous/muscular disorder, but without a solid way to address it. I'm 25. This is a problem for me.
0 likes, 16 replies