Crossing the Barrier — A Second Ring Virgin Asks a Shitty Question

A friend asks

‘On the last night of M.A.L., I finally made it past the second ring! Wow! Intense! Unimaginable! Four days later, my stool is abnormally soft compared to before I passed the ring. Did I straighten my fistchute, and will my poop always be different now?’

While I’m not a medical professional, I do have routine depth experience and know dozens of bottoms that routinely play just short of the elbow in many of their sessions. Since you only lose that cherry once, I immediately replied that it was unlikely that anybody deep recalls how soft their poop was after they crossed that milestone. However, I asked. All ten bottoms responded that they don’t recall their first post-second ring BM, and their stool always returns to normal within 24 to 48 hours of play.

So what was the diagnosis for my friend? It’s likely he seriously jacked-up his intestinal flora. A single bowel movement removes roughly three trillion of your gut bacteria. A deep douche probably clears out six trillion. It takes less than twenty-four hours to restore the bacteria lost from defecation, and probably thirty-six for a really deep douche. If you are at M.A.L, not eating right, and douching three times a day to accommodate all that butt sex and elbows in your hole, you will likely deplete your intestinal flora down to abnormally low levels (1 trillion or so). It may take a few days to restore your poop to its normal state.

I’d like to point out that I am not a doctor, and I don’t know your sexual habits, nor your douche techniques so there are a few other things to consider:

1. Was your play rough enough that your bowel is still in a certain level of shock?

Sometimes, really rough play shuts your system down, although it should return to normal within two days.

2. Was Imodium or another anti-diarrheal used to make sure you stayed clean for the session(s)?

Sometimes these things take three days to completely make it out of your system. Document your response to this class of drugs so that you know what is normal.

3. Did you take larger than normal doses of codeine, acetaminophen, or ibuprofen for pain or swelling?

These drugs can also put your system to sleep, at least temporarily.  

4. Did you apply topical cremes or have numbing agents in your lube?

The label says external use only, so the lining of the colon may be unhappy and not responding as normal.

5. What was your diet like before, during, and immediately after the event?

If you modified your diet then, your system can take some time to adjust to the change.

6. Did you share lube or not enforce proper handwashing techniques?

A host of STIs can affect your gut. C. diff and shigella can be nasty and may react differently in you than in others. All those chains and sling poles are rarely disinfected. Hep C can linger 24 to 48 hours on external surfaces, and J-Lube, with its 75% sucrose dispersing agent, is yummy food for bacteria and protozoa.

7. Did you have your ass eaten out? Did you eat ass? Were you fucked raw? Were you bred?

Apart from those infections mentioned above, Chlamydia, Giardia, and Gonorrhea can also cause bowel irritation and as a result, different poop.

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