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Is Anal Sex Safe?
Anal Sex Safety: Pain, Risks, Possible Complications, and More
A lot of people worry that anal sex is dangerous or painful or will damage the anus. Here's what you need to know! When done correctly, anal sex is not "dangerous. Still like oral sex and vaginal sex, there are some risks associated with anal sex that you need to know about. Unlike the vagina, however, the anus doesn't produce enough natural lubrication to go lube free. So it is crucial to use an artificial product like KY-Jelly or Astroglide during anal. Additionally, the skin of the anus is thin and can be injured if there is too much friction.
Q&A: Is Anal Sex Safe? Or Will I End Up in Adult Diapers?
For some women out there, anal sex is the cherry on top of a sexual sundae: a little extra treat that elevates something that was already delicious on its own duh, talking about sex here. If you've yet to add anal to the menu but are curious to taste test , there are some things you should know first:. You can check out our Ultimate Anal Sex Guide for even more tips.
We respect your privacy. If you and your partner want to explore anal sex, it's important to take it slowly and safely, and learn how to do it right. You want to make the experience enjoyable for both of you, and make sure you are aware of the risks in order to take the proper safety precautions. You should have protected sex, regardless of whether you engage in oral, vaginal, or anal sex," says Evelyn Fisboin, MS, a marriage and family counselor at the Mind Spectrum Institute in North Miami Beach, Fla. Anal sex, however, can be safe so long as you are engaging in safe and protected sex.