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The spicy grilled chicken and pani puri may taste delicious, but the after effect may not be all that amazing. The heat causing compounds in spicy foods do not get absorbed by your body and move through your body. So your poop contains spicy particles, and since the cells similar to those in your mouth, line the end of your rectum, you experience a burning sensation when you poop. While anyone can experience this, people with irritable bowel syndrome and gastrointestinal issues are more likely to feel the pain. However, this should not stop you from bingeing on spicy foods occasionally. Here are a few tips from nutritionist Shruti Rajagopalto prevent your butt from burning after eating spicy foods.
However, if the pain in your butt persists, see a doctor as it could be a sign of a more serious problem like anal fissures or an infection. Here are 8 reasons you could suffer from anal pain.
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