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(advice) Pain above anus when clenching pelvic floor

Old 10-30-19, 12:22 PM
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(advice) Pain above anus when clenching pelvic floor

Hey,

I am just hoping that this may be something that has been experienced by others/ways of remedying.


Essentially, I seem to have a chronic soreness in what seems to be the area just above and around my anus. It's particularly sore if I clench my pelvic floor, or for the guys, when I clench the penis muscle that moves your dong....

I was wondering if this is a common problem or something that can be fixed by exercises or a different saddle ect?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
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Old 10-30-19, 01:15 PM
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See doctor. Internet is a great source of knowledge but it also harbors anti-vax and flat earthers.
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See doctor.
This.
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I checked webmd, and it looks like you're a goner. Sorry man.
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If the nose of your saddle isn't angled up too far, see a doctor. If it IS angled way up, try leveling it.
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I checked webmd, and it looks like you're a goner. Sorry man.
You ain’t right.
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Originally Posted by knoxy26 View Post
I was wondering if this is a common problem or something that can be fixed by exercises
Yes, you need these weights. Put them in your butt, obviously. Bianchi dealers may offer the same product but at a cycling specific premium. Or not.
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It may be a fit issue and it may be a medical issue. I agree with the others that say to see your doctor.
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Originally Posted by tagaproject6 View Post
See doctor.
That settles it then.
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Originally Posted by knoxy26 View Post
Hey,

I am just hoping that this may be something that has been experienced by others/ways of remedying.


Essentially, I seem to have a chronic soreness in what seems to be the area just above and around my anus. It's particularly sore if I clench my pelvic floor, or for the guys, when I clench the penis muscle that moves your dong....

I was wondering if this is a common problem or something that can be fixed by exercises or a different saddle ect?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
The best thing you can do is go see your doctor, this thread will only provide increasing amounts of ridicule.
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