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Hi again Jamie and thanks for this post.
Phew! You don't tell us whether you experience and severe discomfort or any pain during anal sex - many guys feel an initial sense of discomfort which passes fairly soon as the inner sphincter muscle relaxes. Please note that anal sex is never supposed to be painful. In terms of bleeding, a small amount of blood is always (yes, always) released into the rectum during anal sex but your being able to see evidence of this is quite rare. The rectal membrane is very delicate and fragile and we expect minute quantities of blood but you describe far more than this so I suggest you do consult your GP. How? "Doctor I bleed after anal intercourse". Find a gay GP or tell your GP your girlfriend uses a strap-on dildo on you. Colon cancer is often associated with a history of having had anal warts but again, this is something to discuss with your GP.
Of course there's also a concern about HIV infection - I am assuming your partner is always wearing a condom when he penetrates you?
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