According to a new study, anal sex may lead to fecal incontinence. I guess that throws a wee bit of a wrench into the benefits of anal sex , because no one, and I mean no one, wants a leaky butt. Of the 6, adults surveyed nationally by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, 5 percent of men and 37 percent of women had tried anal sex at least once in their lives. However, where things get a little less appealing is the fact that for men who have had sex with men and been on the receiving end, the chances of having monthly fecal incontinence was tripled. But while 10 percent of women who had had anal sex experienced fecal incontinence at one point, it should be noted that 7. Here are six other possible negative side effects of anal sex:.
Anal Sex Safety: Everything You Need to Know
The Negative Side Effects Of Anal Sex
Does it hurt? Can you orgasm from it? Is everyone having anal regularly now? The truth: Dr. Goldstein explains that stool actually hangs out higher in your body, above the anus and rectum in a section known as the sigmoid colon. In reality, if you eat healthily and get enough fiber for regular, bulky stools, this should be enough to keep the anal canal clean for play. The truth: Is any kind of sex just like what you see in porn?
Anal sex: is it safe and what are the health risks?
Back to Sexual health. Penetrative anal sex has a higher risk of spreading STIs than many other types of sexual activity. This is because the lining of the anus is thin and can be easily damaged, which makes it more vulnerable to infection.
Bum fun, biting the pillow, punching the starfish, whatever you choose to call it, anal sex is no longer the taboo subject it once was and lots of people engage in this extracurricular bedroom activity - and enjoy it! But if you're new to backdoor fun and don't know where to start it can be a little daunting. Is it safe, what are the risk factors and how do you do it without getting hurt?