This happens to me too! Glad to see I am not the only one.
The first time I realized that this happens to me I was 6'years old. But when I asked my mom about it she said I've been doing it since I was a baby. I've never asked a doctor about it because it doesn't seem like a big deal and I never remember to ask.
I always forget that I do this because its just so normal to me. I just wipe starting with the tears...then flush without thinking twice about it. I only remembered because someone accidentally walked into the bathroom, saw me in tears and asked me what was wrong.
I hope doctors figure us out, buy only to satisfy my curiosityView Thread
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