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Anal Sex: I agree with dr. Gallant. Anal sex is a common part of the sexual practices in both men and women in many cultures around the world. It is in no way, in and of itself, risky or 'bad' or unhealthy. But, like all other human behavior, it carries risk of trauma and infection if done incorrectly or if the sexual partner is a carrier of infection. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rectal prolapse: Most likely you are having some rectal prolapse. It is not normal. This can cause pain, itching, pressure, discomfort and hygiene problems. You may have a large degree of internal hemorrhoids as well. You should see a colo-rectal surgeon or a general surgeon with interest and expertise in this area. You may require further diagnostic testing and perhaps a surgical procedure to correct this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's a matter of: Choice...go with your gut ..My personal recommendation is to avoid if possible..too much risk of pain, muscle damage bleeding an infection, possible ultimate anal incontinence. This should give you some justification for avoiding. Besides the anus was designed as an exit not an entrance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
To each his own: I think that if you asked twenty people in a row you would get twenty different answers. If you are certain of your relationship you could ask. To actually know you would almost have to ask each individual every time. Sexual choices are one of the most varied and personal things we humans have. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It requires caution: Anatomically things are just not set up for that. It must be done carefully or it can have significant consequences. Anal sex is very much an individual choice and like other more common sexual choices it should never be forced on anyone. Taboos come in many forms. It's up to the individuals involved to make their own choices - just be smart about it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: There are multiple possible causes of anal itching (pruritus) including: infections (e.g. Pinworms, fungi, stds), hemorrhoids, dermatitis, anal leakage and/or poor anal hygiene and dietary irritants (e.g. Coffee, cola, beer, tomatoes, citrus, chocolate and tea). Balneol lotion (otc) is a soothing lotion that might provide some local relief. If symptoms persist you will need to see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tried anal but it never went in completely cause it hurt too bad. Still having pain after 2 weeks?
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