What does it mean if the area between your dog's testicles and anus is swollen and in pain?
Take him to the vet is always the best solution. It could be a swollen anal gland, in which case the vet will need to drain it. It is suggested that you take your dog into the vet A.S.A.P. Yikes, the poor thing is in a lot of pain for goodness sake. It is obvious by the question that this Dog is not neutered. There are various health related matters to concern yourself with unneutered Dogs. Hernias and Tumors of the Testicles and Anus to mention a few. One important concern is the Prostate Gland, and it will enlarge over the course of the Dogs life. As the Dog ages it will likely to become uncomfortable and possibly being large enough to interfere with defecation. The Prostate can become infected also which is almost impossible to clear up without NEUTERING. Neutering causes the prostate to shrink. If this dog is a STUD, or Show quality Registered Purebred, it sounds like retirement for the poor thing. Your only recourse would be to have him neutered. However, if this is your personal pet, which for some reason you have not neutered, should be neutered. Alway's Neuter and Spay your personal companion pet.
It is called perineum in human anatomy The perineum is a region of the body including the perineal body and surrounding structures. There is some variability in how the boundaries are defined. According to some definitions, in females it is located between the vagina and anus and in males between the scrotum and anus.
In anatomy, the perineum is the region between the genital area and the anus in both sexes. It is considered to be one of the intimate parts of the body. Common nicknames for the area include grundel, taint, gooch, guiche, nifkin, scranus (a portmanteau of scrotum and anus), barasch, bossman, and in some cases, choad.
In kittens the females do not have any bumps or bulges in their genital area except the vagina, urethra and anus. Males have bumps that are their testicles. They just don't drop right at birth. However, a have visible testicles, but there will be a noticeable ace between its anus and penis. Checking for nipples is not an accurate way of telling a cat's gender as male cats can have nipples too!
The anus itself would not swell. The fat tissue and area surrounding the anus could feel swollen. The main symptom would be feeling a fullness between your buttocks. However, this would be extremely uncommon as a medical complaint, unless you had surgery there. One particular reason you could feel fullness in the buttocks lower is if nerves or blood vessels are compromised, such as from a spinal injury or post-DVT in large veins.
Fingering means that, while a man's penis is inside the woman's vagina: He is playing with her clitoris He is playing withe her labia, especially if the are long. He is playing with her perineum, the area from the bottom of her vagina to her anus He is playing with her anus. He is inserting his (lubed) finger(s) into her anus He is inserting his finger(s) into her vagina with his penis. A woman can…
Answer: It takes a few weeks at least for the kitten's genitals to develop enough so you can tell the sex. Check the distance between the anus and the genital opening- close together for a girl and further apart for a boy. Also the boy will have more a round genital opening and the girl more slit like. As they get older it gets easier as testicles will appear between the anus and the gentials…
What are the chances of pregnancy if your boyfriend didnt go in your anus but was around the area of your anus and there was pre cum in that area what are the chances of it getting in your vagina?
You recently had a hernia surgery done and my balls are swollen and turning black blue is this normal?
I to recently had hernia surgery ! I hate to say it I am in more pain now than before the surgery ! I had asked my surgeon the same question about my testicles and ball sac turning black & Blue ! He said this is normal. Lay flat on your back with legs up with pillows Ice area .Take it easy. Swelling and black & blue went away . But the pain in the…
That is correct, the perineum exists in both males and females. The perineum is (simply put) the area/skin/gap between the genitals and the anus. If a male or female has an anus and genitals then is has, by definition, "the gap between them" unless it is a very simple organism, such as coral or a snail, that has only one opening that serves all purposes.