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Anal Sex After Delivery
No: Intercouse (including anal) is not recommended for 6-8 weeks post partum. This may vary depending on episiotomy or lacerations. ...Read more
That is not: Advisable, as that can cause tears, or fissures in the rectum esp. Post partum, and can make any hemmroids that you may have worse, and can give your partner a bad infection if he was not wearing a condom, if you have anal sex and then have vaginal intercourse right after that without cleaning the penis in between you could get a very bad infection. ...Read more
I had anal sex now I'm bleeding having some pain...I'm about 3 weeks postpartum and I had a c-section. Is bleeding normal? When can I have vaginal sex
Maybe normal: Whether you have a c-section or a vaginal delivery, it can take up to 6 weeks for the uterus to heal and stop bleeding. Bleeding can stop and start during that time. Most doctors say 6 weeks for vaginal intercourse after a delivery. But usually you get a post partum exam around that time, and the doctor then gives you a "go ahead" if everything is healed. I'm not surprised you had pain. ...Read more
I just had my baby boy a week ago, I don't have any tearing or stitches everything went great during delivery is it OK for anal sex?
I was wondering if it's ok to have anal sex 12 days after you have a vaginal delivery. I've had no tears, no episiotomy or hemorrhoids. I feel fine :)
Generally safe: Given the specific scenario described, this is likely safe. Listen to your body, however, and stop if you feel discomfort. ...Read more
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 more
Is it dangerous?: Anal receptive sex carries a number of risks. Trauma can lead to rectal prolapse, anal fissures, tearing of deeper tissues ; worsening of hemorrhoids. Anodyspareunia (pain) can be problematic. Unprotected anal receptive sex has significant risk for transmission of infections due to microorganisms found in the rectum as well sexually transmitted diseases due to tearing of delicate tissues. It shoul. ...Read more
Anal Sex: Anal sex is a common sexual activity that humans engage in. There are very few things to be aware of for one's health, but in general, there are no negative health consequences to this activity. I often recommend that my patients have a sex manual to learn 'how' to do things safely. I like the book called "the joy of sex". ...Read more
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I'm TheBottomInTheRelationshipWithMyBF& I'veHadHemorrhoidsFlareUp&Down. RecentSlightSting-ButOnlyWhileDefecating. WhenCanIResume anal sex with him?
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
Anal Sex: Common:
Yes. Simple as that. Now the particulars. This common sexual activity is used world wide to one, avoid pregnancy, and two as part of a sexual life between partners of all sexual persuasions.
The joy of sex and the joy of gay sex are two books that you may want to read to get some idea on how to accomplish this sexual act.
Please do not forget that there are stds and anal sex is one area common. ...Read more
Many!: Serious prostate infections for a male not using a condom. Serious infection of STDs in both partners if a condom is not used. Damage to the anal sphincter. Hemorrhoids. But it can be enjoyed by many if properly done. Any pain in the recipient should bring a halt to this form of sex! ...Read more
This is not normal. Rectal tissues are very delicate and easily traumatized if a penis or object is introduced into the rectum. 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. ...Read more
It happens: But any bleeding is not normal. You may have aggravated some internal hemorrhoids or torn the anal canal. Neither should be ignored especially due to the risk of infection. See your doctor and defer on future anal intercourse. ...Read more