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Question: Really Embarrased! Need help and advice!


 MrG - Fri May 27, 2005 3:18 am

Well this is really embarassing and i couldnt find anywhere i could post...

A few things first, 1) Im not gay and 2) i was drunk! Well a few mates and I were drunk last night and this morning i woke up to be told that they inserted something into my rectum.

They came up with this idea after watching the jackass movie ... :( yes i know .. some mates.

Anyway im really worried.. I can't feel anything but will it come out on its own?? Seemingly it was a small 3 inch cylinder size of an object! Please help me!! Im so worried!!

Could i take laxatives and hope it "pops" out naturally?? Please help, im shaking like a leaf!

Thanks
 Dr. Wafaa Abdel-Hadi - Fri May 27, 2005 3:28 am

Hello MrG,

Well, if it didn't come out today or tomorrow...just go to the ER ...ask the doctors to request a simple X-ray on this area ...to see if it's there or they were just joking about it,ok? ...or simply ask your friends truthfully if they did this to you or not!

I am sure if you had something , you could have felt discomfort but you don't seem to have any complaint.

Take care,
 MrG - Fri May 27, 2005 3:35 am

Well i still am truly upset and worried! I shall never be talking to them again if it is true! Do you think it may be a joke??!

I can't feel anything and I have be to the bathroom already this morning and I couldn't feel anything.

How long would it take to come out??

Thank you for your swift relpy which has put me at ease slighty.

MrG
 Dr. Wafaa Abdel-Hadi - Fri May 27, 2005 6:26 am

Dear MrG,

It's most likely to be a joke...you don't complain and you can't feel a thing.. So...you should confront them seriously...or you should go to the ER and asking them to check it out for you ... or forget about it...

But i believe it'd be safer if you have it checked...a simple X-ray like i told you before would solve the puzzle :?:

Or one of them would be honest enough to tell you the truth.

Take care,

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