Is anal sex safe?

Not really. 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 and out; 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 for the stomach.

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Is anal sex safe?

Nope. I have seen an increase in anal cancers from hpv in the gay community, so i would say this is not safe. Also, high freq of anal fissures and tears as well. Read more...
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Is anal sex safe after 5 days of a medical abortion?

See below. Abortion, regardless of method, is a major event in anybody's life. Difficult the decision, difficult going through it, and difficult the after effects. Resuming sex post-abortion is a highly individualized experience and best to discuss openly with your partner and to resume sex whenever you feel physically, emotionally, and sexually healed. As opinions vary, best to ask question to your MD. . Read more...

Is anal sex safe after recovery from rectocele repair?

Perhaps not. Anal sex could result in recurrence of the rectocele as well as damage to the repaired area. Read more...
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Is anal sex safe if using the right lubricant and a lot of foreplay?

Protection. Anal intercourse is perfectly healthy as long as barrier protection (a condom) is used. While your risk of pregnancy is much lower (but not zero), there is still a risk of obtaining a sexually transmitted disease unless you use protection. Read more...