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Is it the sphincter that flexes when a human pushes a bowel movement?
Of course the sphincter muscle is at the exit point. To use a toothpaste tube analogy, if I want to squeeze out some toothpaste, it does me little to no good to jostle the nozzle; I need to squeeze ...
Apr 16 '12 at 17:00
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