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Butt pain during period days is especially common if your uterus tilts toward your back, says christine herde, m. Proctalgia fugax is anal pain that doesnt have a specific cause. This pain is usually caused by intense muscle spasms in or around the canal of the anus. butt pain during period days is especially common if your uterus tilts toward your back, says christine herde, m. Ive been having pain during menstruation for years and i have really irregular periods. I was sometimes getting my period every 2 weeks, then i wouldnt get it again for 3 months. I always get spotting between periods, and can never predict when im going to get my period. If you only suffer from this during your period, could it be a rectovaginal nodule of deep endo instead of an anal fissure? I have deep endo and require surgery to remove the nodule. I do not bleed during bowel movement, but my specialistsurgeon said that my nodule is still quite small and thats why it does not cause bleeding during period just yet. Does anyone else have a pain in your butt that also goes to your very lower abdomen during your period? It only last for about 20 seconds and comes and goes. The pain in the butt feels like pressure and sometimes hurts to stand from sitting or go over bumps in the car the front pain is kind of a sharp pain. But in times like these i tend to go the occams razor way the simplest answer is probably right, to paraphrase. Rectal painsensitivity during a womens menstrual cycle is not experienced in healthy women. You may have an underlying health condition, that is causing your rectal pressure during your period. Some pain, cramping, and discomfort during menstrual periods is normal. However, excessive pain that causes you to regularly miss work or school is not. In healthy women, stools are looser and more frequent at the time of menses but firmer during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. 1 3 this change in bowel habit may be related to cycling female sex hormones as high levels of progesterone and oestradiol, as seen during the luteal phase when stools are firmer, are associated with delayed gastrointestinal transit.