Category - anal
an estimated 90 of men who have sex with men and as many as 5 to 10 of sexually active women engage in receptive anal intercourse. The myth you can go from nothing to full-on anal intercourse right away. The truth its critical to train your anal sphincters to accommodate butt plugs, toys, or penises, and that takes. Anal sex can be a safe and pleasurable intercourse option for some people. If a person takes precautions, such as using water-based lubricants, they can minimize the risks. Anal sex is perfectly healthy and safe in both the long and short term. As with vaginal sex (penis-in-vagina sex), theres a very small risk of leakage and prolapse (when your pelvic muscles weaken and cause organs to slip down) over the course of a lifetime. B) anal intercourse can eventually lead to fecal incontinence. A february 2016 study concludes the findings support the assessment of anal intercourse as a factor contributing to fecal incontinence in adults, especially among men. 6 in the case of heterosexual anal intercourse it is the woman who is at risk to develop fecal incontinence. Some people can be lucky not to see the effects in thier lifetime. Others can suffer adverse effects like rectal prolapse, perforation which can go septic. It is always better to hear the information from your family physician. However, like unprotected vaginal intercourse, unprotected anal intercourse is high risk for many sexually transmitted infections, including herpes, gonorrhea, hiv, and hepatitis. Using a condom during anal sex can reduce the risk of contracting an infection. utis are extremely common side effects of sex for females, and its believed that the friction of vaginal intercourse makes it easier for bacteria to enter the bladder via your urethra. Additionally, the opening to the urethra is close to the vagina and anus, which makes it easier for bugs from those areas to get into your urinary tract, says sara gottfried, m. By now, youre well versed in the, ahem, ins, and outs of sex.