Baby Born Without Butthole

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Dave says: "I can't find the story on the URL HS gives us, because I don't speak Dutch or whatever language this might be. So let's just take his word for it.

Hershey-Squirts writes:

Luckily, for this story, yours truly understands the language.

Such humanity!

An anal distress story, in any language.

"Baby Born Without Butthole."

"The parents were complaining to the nurses at the hospital that baby's faeces was black and green and appeared to come out of the vagina. The nurses told the parents to calm down and said that everything was normal. Later they realized that the baby didn't have an anus and made her a colostomy."

From www.ekstrabladet.dk

35 Comments on "Baby Born Without Butthole"

Miss Simone Scat's picture
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The poor little shit.
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Hamster's picture
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As you say MSS - and congratulations on your 400 - if I may use cricketing parlance - made in very quick time!

doniker's picture
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My stepson's friend was born without a butthole.
His mother said that they operated on him as an infant and made him a poopchute; he is now a normal kid as far as I know.

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At least they don't have to worry about the baby growing up to be a politician if she doesn't have a butthole to talk out of in the first place...

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Hamster's picture
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Good one WP!! But I feel you could say the same about one or two other professions ..... ! Perhaps we'd better avoid risking upsetting more of our friends on the site and not go there!

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Very young children heal really well, and quickly, from surgeries. I've read about a couple of surgical procedures that can be done while the baby is still in mama's belly. The kids are often born without any scars: no evidence that any surgery even occurred.

Miss Simone Scat's picture
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Thanks Hammy!!!
FP, I had no idea they could do that kind of surgery...interesting.
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healthy 1's picture
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That's one less asshole in the world.

Seriously, I hope the doctors can do something so the kid doesn't have a colostomy all her life.
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Don't fret, H1, you more than make up for the missing....

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When they gave this kid a new butthole, doniker, I wonder if it ended up working well. How did they get a sphincter muscle in there? Wouldn't stuff just run out without a spincter muscle?


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i was born with the same thing how was it caused?

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The condition is called "imperforate anus," and it used to be one of the things a doctor looked for immediately when a baby was born. The doctor (this is hearsay, mind you, but I've heard it from medical people) gives the baby's bottom a quick spank to start it crying, which assures a sudden intake of breath so it starts breathing. In almost the same motion, the doctor can stick a finger up the anus to make sure it's there and goes through. If not, they operate IMMEDIATELY. It is actually a life-threatening condition not to have a working anus. I don't know how common it is, but my impression is that it's quite rare. I think the sphincter muscles are there, but flesh grew across the hole. Not good.

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my neice is 1 week old now,she was born without an anus and almost died because the hospital didnt catch it untill they were sending her home.despite my sister asking why she wouldnt poop and why her legs and feet were purple.they said it wasnt unnormal and pushed her concerns away.she has now had to go 5 days without food so the toxins and food could empty out,and still has months of surgery.all because the nurse who cleand her afterbirth and the nursery didnt notice she was missing a but hole.how can a traind staff who does the same thing for every baby miss that?

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This gives 'tight-ass' an entirely new meaning!

I've heard many stories of people being born with missing vital components, but never have I heard of a baby born bereft of a butthole!

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That reminds me of an asshole joke, but to not derail, I will post in the joke thread.

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I refer back to my earlier comment about imperforate anus. Has the practice of medicine changed so much that doctors (or nurses) no longer check for it? If so, any of you who become parents, check for it yourselves. The condition is dangerous, even fatal, if not treated (operated on) immediately.

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I had a friend who was born with the exact opposite problem, he was all butthole.

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A good friend of mine was actually born without an asshole! I dont understand how her "bathroom doings" work now...

prarie doggin's picture
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Maybe we could combine this post with CT's post about pork bungs in the forums. We could possibly have a medical breakthrough.

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How did healthy get a lame comment?

If they made a rectum surgically, would it grow normally? I know healed skin is pretty strong, once it knits itself together. But stretch factor is a...factor. COULD you make an artificial rectum? Complete with anus? I'm thinking it wouldn't work out.

And how was the bad poo coming out of her vag? Unless thats what this 'imperforate anus'n is. Split itself open on the inside because there's no exit.

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If I had to have an asshole constructed I would request that I be fitted with a hole that I could change tips on, much like a pastry bag.

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Its all really sad to think of a baby being born without a butthole. But no mess for the parents!!

Leaky Bowel King's picture
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Wow, I could see where not having a butthole could be useful. Maybe the demodex used to have assholes and when they started evolving, demodex MD's were like holy shit, he has no anus, cut him a new one, stat!!! Maybe that's what's happening here. Why add another unnecessary hole in the body. We already have a mouth, two nostrils, two ear holes, two eye sockets, urethras and for women vaginas. Is an extra hole that necessary? Maybe we should follow the lead of the demodex.

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The docs told me that though it is rare, people are born with this condition in the world. They told me that it was a 1 in 100,000 chance of her being born this way. She had colostomy bags until she was 3 1-2yrs old. I am blessed that she was able to be reconstructed and has social continance now. She will have to have tubes for the rest of her life the at least she has a life. Without the surgery she would have gone septic. Her fecal matter would have backed up to her heart if there was no where else for it to go. The docs would not let her eat until she had the surgery the next day.

Anonymous Coward's picture
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my niece born with two but hole and we taking her to the doctor to see which one works. it is so sad

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My grandson was in the hospital for 3 days and getting ready to be sent home, when the nurse realized that he didn't have a rectum hole. He was then rushed to another hospital by helicopter beacuse his bowls were backing up to his brains. When my daughter asked the doctors why he was not taking his bottel, she was told it's o.k. we will change his formula before he leaves the hosital.

He is now almost 4 yrs old and suppose to have his surgery of connecting his bowels. I can't understand how nothing can be done about this if it's not recognized in the begining. It is not easy with him wanting to play like a normal boy but having to be careful of his bag coming off. something needs to be done at the beginging when the hospital doesn't notice this.

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I refer you to my earlier comment about imperforate anus. Apparently it is rare enough that nowadays not all doctors check for it immediately; however, according to what I heard (admittedly hearsay), the doctor normally checks for that at the same time and almost in the same motion as spanking the baby to make it cry and fill the lungs. If not, consequences are serious or deadly.

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I need a bunch of butthole names. what are some other words for butthole besides poopchute, anal, butthole, rectum, asshole, and fudgepump..

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Wait until the kid can go to law school, upon graduation the kid will become a butt hole.

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My 2nd cousin was born w/o a rectum when I was 10 years old back in 1975.The DR's gave him a colostomy bag and put a hole in his side so he could poop.He is now in his 30's & was given a hole but he has no spinter muscles so sometime when he's not wearing a diaper he poops down his legs & his underwear.He's a very handsome man & always has been a magnet for the ladies until he let's loose because he has no control,what a mood killer.If I was him I would of kept the colostomy bag for life rather than having no comtrol over my waste.I can't understand why he never went back to the bag anything is better then having no spinster muscles & can't control his waste.I guess he just wanted to be as normal as possible but in a small town like Kentucky everytime & everything he does is news & spreads from phone to phone house to house & he stands out even more.If only he could of been born with the muscles to control his poop with but he wasn't & it's a very sad sistuation for him.Everyone is on here making jokes about it but it's not that funny & if it was your child born this way you wouldn't be so quick to make horrible cracks about this medical condition.Imagine what his life has been like for him everyday because of this.Would you walk through fire to protect your child if they were born with this condition & was teased & harassed on a daily basis by others,knowing you can't take the pain away because there is nothing else that can be done for them?

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My 2nd cousin was born w/o a rectum when I was 10 years old back in 1975.The DR's gave him a colostomy bag and put a hole in his side so he could poop.He is now in his 30's & was given a hole but he has no spinter muscles so sometime when he's not wearing a diaper he poops down his legs & his underwear.He's a very handsome man & always has been a magnet for the ladies until he let's loose because he has no control,what a mood killer.If I was him I would of kept the colostomy bag for life rather than having no comtrol over my waste.I can't understand why he never went back to the bag anything is better then having no spinster muscles & can't control his waste.I guess he just wanted to be as normal as possible but in a small town like Kentucky everytime & everything he does is news & spreads from phone to phone house to house & he stands out even more.If only he could of been born with the muscles to control his poop with but he wasn't & it's a very sad sistuation for him.Everyone is on here making jokes about it but it's not that funny & if it was your child born this way you wouldn't be so quick to make horrible cracks about this medical condition.Imagine what his life has been like for him everyday because of this.Would you walk through fire to protect your child if they were born with this condition & was teased & harassed on a daily basis by others,knowing you can't take the pain away because there is nothing else that can be done for them?

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I was also born with imperforate anus back in 1970 in London. I had an emergency colostomy and a reversal when I was about eighteen months old. But like the others mentioned, I have no working sphincters, and have to wear a diaper all the time.

Imperforate anus is usually found with other congenital defects - I also have only one kidney, and two fingers on my right hand were conjoined at birth.

Anonymous Contributor's picture
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To Elizabeth who posted on 9/16/2010 my nefew was born with the same problem & underwent the same procedure but the Doctors gave him a medication that is used to empty all his poop & is to be used every morning. There is a downside ofcourse he has to pretty much spend an hour on the toilet every morning after taking it but it prevents any uncontrolable accidents from occuring. I don't remember the name of the medication but have I'm sure a doctor or maybe even a pharmacist could point him in the right direction. Hope this helps

Lillia's picture
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I'm 20 and I was born with this condition, and to all those curious, it's fully functional and controllable, so I'm thankful they were able to fix it. YEAH!!

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Dear Lillia, Fully functional eh?