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7 Things To Never Put In Or Near Your Butt
something coming out of my anus?
Have you thought about the health of your butt lately? We tend to give anal health the short shrift in comparison to the time we spend thinking about the well-being of our vaginas, those pampered show ponies of the underwear area. But anuses require good treatment too, and that includes refraining from putting certain items and substances into or around them. Once people get over the initial difficulties of having anal sex — the tightness, the need for artificial lubrication, and the need for cleanliness — they sometimes believe that the gates are open, and our anuses will happily and healthily accept basically anything. This is not an all-ages disco, guys. There are rules. The anal area isn't like the vagina; while you do have an internal bacterial balance in the colon and rectum, your anus doesn't often deal with disturbances to this flora that come from outside.
Practicing safe anal sex is not as intuitive as safe vaginal sex, so Cosmopolitan. Don't have anal sex if your anus isn't clean and your bowels are still full. Because there's less lubrication and the hole is less elastic, you're more likely to get tiny tears in your skin during anal sex, so keeping the area as clean as possible is best for preventing infections. Don't use the same condom if you switch between vaginal and anal sex. Don't think that just because you can't get pregnant, you don't need to use condoms.
The anus is an opening in the lower part of the digestive tract. When stool fills the rectum, the sphincter muscle relaxes, letting stool pass through the anus and out of the body. The external anal sphincter closes off the anus when stool has passed. Lumps that form around the anus — for a variety of reasons — can cause it to feel hard. There may also be swelling, pain , and discharge.