Major Back Passage Truma

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john2233
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by john2233 on Tue Oct 16, 2018 9:23 pm

Major Back Passage Truma

Hello all,

When I was 16 or 17, I suffered extreme trauma to my back passage, it was bleeding for three whole days, out of three different parts.

Here’s how it happened, I was sitting on the wheel arch in the back of a Van, we were going fast and the driver slammed on his breaks making half my body to move forward and the other half to stay where it was, right away I knew something was wrong, I felt a sharp pain about 1 inch below my belly button but right deep inside me . The bleeding started almost right away (this was on Friday about 7 am) by Saturday, the bleeding was worst, and there was an awful smell.

Me thinking that the smell was just the blood, I didn’t go to the A&E or a GP (the smell wasn’t their b4) after Sunday the blood cleared up, but the smell was still there, and even today, after all these years the smell is still there.

Now, let me tell you that I have a shower every day, clean down there in the shower and after I go to the toilet, making sure there nothing down there which shouldn’t be, I still can't get rid of the smell, so pretty much since I've had this Trauma, all I have managed to wear is Jeans, its the only thing which can keep the smell in, and have had next to no exercise.

There also something else it happened down there during the Trauma, so I thought it was just the blood. Every time I need the toilet, it starts to sweat extremely usually (down there), so bad that it makes sweat marks in my boxers, and if I wear light trousers (like combats/cargo pants) the sweat goes right through (that’s another reason why I can only wear jeans) and that’s when the smell starts EVEN although there nothing down there which shouldn’t be.

I've been in and out of Hospital for the past couple of years getting all types of operations done and seen GI nurses and specialist, but no one can seem to find anything wrong.

Here is a couple of pictures of what its like when I need to toilet and how much I leak, although they can't seem to find anything wrong, after one operation the leaking isn't as bad as the photos now, but still leaking and the smell is still there.

Has anyone seen this type of thing before and if so, how can I fix this?
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by talkhealth on Wed Oct 17, 2018 12:50 pm

Re: Major Back Passage Truma

Hi John2233

Thank you for your post. Sorry to hear about your problems. We hope you can find some solace in our pages and from our members. We would always advise that you keep going back to your GP though.

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