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? GP Dr Roger Henderson looks at the potential risks and explains how to enjoy safe anal sex:. Anal sex means sexual activity involving the anus — in particular, the type of intercourse in which the penis goes into the anus.
Q&A: Is Anal Sex Safe? Or Will I End Up in Adult Diapers?
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.
Reuters Health - Anal sex may be linked to an increased risk of incontinence, particularly among men who have sex with men, a U. Researchers analyzed national health survey data from 6, adults and found 37 percent of women and about 5 percent of men reported trying anal intercourse at least once. Alayne Markland of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Does it hurt? Can you orgasm from it? Is everyone having anal regularly now? The truth: Dr.