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Is Anal Intercourse Damaging
Usually not: With the proper protections and careful management this does not have to be either uncomfortable or dangerous. Some disease are spread by this route, so protection should always be worn. Several sessions leading up to this to teach relaxation techniques are helpful. Adequate lubrication to prevent tissue dragging and tearing is mandatory. Go slow, carefully and this should be ok. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Some risks: There are risks w anal sex. Having anal receptive sex can lead to transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. Repeated anal sex may loosen/ weaken the anal sphincter affecting fecal continence. The anal/rectal mucosa is not well protected which makes it susceptible to tearing w penile penetration. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: When i was a pathology resident, we an autopsy in which the cause of death was unexplained peritonitis of very rapid onset. The rectum was found to be ruptured and spermatozoa were found in the peritoneal cavity. I'll let others tell you about possible precautions, and we never learned the details. But please be careful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I will bypass: Discussion of whether or not anal intercourse is wrong. Within different cultures ; societies it is perceived differently. But will review some health risks. 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. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anal Sex: Pain. Thus i would advise you to get some online reading done or to read with your husband 'the joy of sex' to learn how to start and move into this new and common sexual activity. He will need to be patient with you as you learn to relax into accepting his penis for this sexual activity. ...Read more
Not recommended. : It's probably not pleasant because the tissues of the anal canal are delicate and sexual penetration is damaging the blood vessels etc. The anus isn't designed for receptive intercourse. ...Read more
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