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Anal Sex: Anal sex is a common human sexual experience. There is no bad or good in medicine or science. Sometimes there is shame. Sometimes there are risks for common stds, just like other forms of sexual intercourse. Anal sex can take some time to get used to. But, for many humans, straight and gay and bisexual, this is a normal part of their sexual life. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Anal sex = anal sex: The label gay does not necessarily imply any specific sexual behavior. It connotes attractions and self-identification with a cultural group. Men who engage in anal intercourse may identify as gay, bisexual or heterosexual. Studies of men who have sex with men (msms) have shown that up to 75% of those men identify as heterosexual. It is important not to conflate identity with behavior. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Not normal: You may have sustained an injury from the activity, and if not treated can lead to serious infection and complications. On the other hand there may be a cause for the bleeding totally unrelated but coincidental with intercourse. Best to get a proper evaluation from a colon and rectal surgeon. ...Read more
Not if routine: Rectal bleeding following anal intercourse could be due to several causes. If the recipient is not accustomed to this practice. Or if the activity is exceptionally rough, and without proper lubrication and foreplay, there could be some tearing of the anal mucosa. Otherwise, bleeding could be an indication of internal or external hemorroids. If bleeding continues, consult with an appropriate dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Let me think...: Just like in any big city, some streets are one-way and some streets are two-way. A vagina is created or evolved to be a two-way street (penis in, baby out). However, the gastrointestinal tract is designed to be one-way, with an opening on each end. Food goes in the mouth, and the brown stuff goes out the butt. The exception is when one vomits what the body thinks is bad or toxic for the stomach. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It may: Anal receptive sex carries a # of risks. Trauma can lead to rectal prolapse, anal fissure, tearing of tissues, ^ hemorrhoid sxs ; anodyspareunia (pain). Unprotected anal receptive sex has ^ risk for transmission of infections due to rectal microorganisms as well std's due to tearing of delicate tissues. Anilingus (oral – anal sex) is also associated w potential transmission of infections. ...Read more
You probably: Made her hemorrhoids angry or you tore her anal canal. Do not insert anything into the rectum. Let her soak in a tub of warm and stay at bed rest for 24 hours. If still having issues she needs to see a colon and rectal surgeon for evaluation. Needless to say, avoid anal intercourse until this isue has been properly resolved. Also watch for possible infection after the injury. ...Read more
Varies among people: Can be traumatic because an anus is not designed for sex. It's for pooping. A vagina is created or evolved to be a two-way street (penis in and out; baby out). However, the gastrointestinal tract is designed as a one-way street, with an opening on each end. Food goes in the mouth, and the brown stuff goes out the anus. The exception is when one vomits what the body thinks is bad for the stomach. ...Read more
It would be rare!: It might be a very uncommon factor, but for the most part no, particularly if a condom with proper lubrication is used! but it can aggravate a pre-existing prolapse! ...Read more
Not normal but: Not unusual as the anal canal has significant vascularity or blood vessels including your hemorrhoids and any unusual trauma can cause bleeding, infection and actual damage too the anal sphincter mechanism which can be a very difficult thing to treat. I would avoid anal intercourse if possible. ...Read more
Not normal: Blood from the rectum/anus is not normal - ever. It may be as simple as hemorrhoids but you should get it evaluated by your physician just to be sure. It could also be a fissure, infection, constipation, or worse - cancer. If there is a lot of bleeding or clots, go to the doctor or er asap. And, yes, anal intercourse can sometimes cause bleeding primarily by tears/fissures. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
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