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The rectum is insensitive to stimuli capable of causing pain and other sensations when applied to a somatic cutaneous surface. It is, however, sensitive to distension by an experimental balloon introduced through the anus, though it is not known whether it is the stretching or reflex contraction of the gut wall, or the distortion of the mesentery and adjacent structures which induces the sensation. No specific sensory receptors are seen on careful histological examination of the rectum in humans. However, myelinated and non-myelinated nerve fibres are seen adjacent to the rectal mucosa, but no intraepithelial fibres arise from these. The sensation of rectal distension travels with the parasympathetic system to S2, S3 and S4. The two main methods for quantifying rectal sensation are rectal balloon distension and mucosal electrosensitivity.
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It is fairly common to have a burning sensation in anus while having a bowel movement or after having a bowel movement. Everyone has this experience once in a while. If you have it occasionally, it is generally not a problem; however, if you have a burning sensation along with bleeding from the rectum, blood in the stool or mucus in the stool along with chronic constipation or diarrhea, you need to see a doctor who will do some kind of checkup to see what might be wrong. In such cases, a burning sensation in the anus may be something more serious. The anus is the end of the GI gastrointestinal tract where it opens to the outside.