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Anal Sex Safe For Women
Preference: As with all forms of sex it comes down to preference. Some women find anal sex pleasurable, some find it uncomfortable, same for men. Not all women like vaginal or oral sex and not all men do either. The only thing to do is to have an open, honest conversation with your partner and do what makes you both feel the most pleasure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes and no: The anus is not made for sex, it does not produce any natural lubrication. So if your going to try it, then you need plenty of high quality artificial lube (astroglide or pjur), go slow, be gentle and if it hurts, stop. Also the anus is very susceptible to catching stds, so make sure your partner does not have any. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Only if it's safe: Any kind of sex comes with risk unless proper precautions are taken. Anal sex will not cause pregnancy, of course, but is a higher-risk way to transit sexual infections if unprotected. Condoms prevent this spread, and use of a water-based lubricant with the condom will help prevent condom breakage (often happens with anal sex). Lubricant is also important to reduce cuts and trauma to the anus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difficult Question: I'm not sure this has ever been looked into.... But I do know that isn't necessarily the intended use of coconut oil. I wouldn't advise it... but I really don't have a solid reason to feel that way other than it just doesn't seem like a good idea. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Anal sex is not safe: Anal sex is not safe at anytime. This type of sex can lead to the spread of HIV and other serious venereal diseases. Anal sex is also associated with infections & physical damage to the anus, Anal sex may also be a cause of anal and cervical cancer due to it's association with infection with the human papillomavirus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None, ...: Contacting the right area with bacteria will always brings the potentially offending germs to the obviously or microscopically injured cells of skin or mucosa incurred by sexual acts. Hence there would be no imaginable ways to lessen STD risks; this is life reality and prevention by not doing it is the best way to avoid. Nonetheless, the odd of catching STDs is still low, but not impossible. ...Read more
Can be and : Varies from one person to another depending on size of the penis, how much lubrication, tightness of the anal sphincter. And if the process is done in a gentle considerate fashion. If painful would avoid in future. ...Read more
Use latex condoms: protect yourself with spermicidal condoms ( latex) unless you have a latex allergy. ...Read more
Not recommended.: Pregnancy leads to an increase in the venous pressure around the rectum, which is why many women get hemorrhoids. Anal sex can irritate that, leading to more hemorrhoids or a rectal fissure. Also, anal sex can lead to a release of bacteria in the bloodstream which could cause preterm labor. If you are considering this after pelvic rest for cervical bleeding or previa, it's not a safe alternative. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Better than reverse: If it is not causing any pain, and you don't have any vaginal infection, then anal sex after vaginal sex is not likely to be a problem. Go slow, use lots of high quality lube such as pjur or astroglide, be gentle and stop if it hurts! having anal sex before vaginal sex is likely to cause a severe vaginal infection, so don't go back to the vagina until after you have cleaned up with soap and water. ...Read more
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