ScottyT answered Friday March 20 2009, 10:17 pm: Well Actually I think if an individual released his/her bowels before sex most likely there will be no visible feces. It is different in which when a woman recieves anal sex. Men on the other hand have petuitary glands in the anus which becomes lubricated, therefore the organ switches over and functions differently. Not only gay man have anal sex, straight men are supposed to recieve thier partners finger in thier anus. So No not when it comes to mall anal sex, but yes when it comes to female anal sex. [ ScottyT's advice column | Ask ScottyT A Question ]
dottie4 answered Wednesday March 18 2009, 12:39 pm: Like you have to make sure you poop first and then wipe your but really good. It will more smell like feces then anything else.
Peeps answered Wednesday March 18 2009, 3:05 am: Fecal matter does get on and INTO the penis when engaging in anal sex. The penis is being forced into a hole that has fecal matter so it is obvious that some may wind up being shoved into the penis' little hole too.
Among the diseases with which anal sex is associated are HIV, anal cancer (seriously), typhoid fever, and various diseases associated with the infectious nature of fecal matter or sexual intercourse in general. Among these are: Amoebiasis; Chlamydia; Cryptosporidiosis; E. coli infections; Giardiasis; Gonorrhea; Hepatitis A; Hepatitis B; Hepatitis C; Herpes simplex; Human papillomavirus (HPV); Lymphogranuloma venereum; Pubic lice; Salmonellosis; Shigella; Syphilis; Tuberculosis. Using condoms will decrease these risks; however, they do not protect 100%.
Physical damage to the rectum and anus are serious and hemorrhoids, anal fissures, and rectal prolapse may occur. Damage is more likely if communication is poor or if technique is clumsy; condoms do not help protect against this sort of damage. Basically, if you don't know what you're doing or you end up doing something wrong by accident you may end up in the emergency room having surgery or stitches.
Small tears that can happen during anal sex can easily become infected. The membrane inside the rectum is VERY thin and fragile so it tears very easily. Even if there seems to be no complications the tears can be very irritating and can become inflamed later on. It doesn't matter how "gentle" your partner is, your will probably suffer some tearing and possibly even some bleeding. It can also become uncomfortable for you to pass a stool afterward.
It is also very easy to get a vaginal infection from anal intercourse if your partner enters the vagina after being in the anus because of the fecal matter that has been left on the penis. Even if he knows not to enter the vagina afterward, he may accidentally slip. The infection would be bacterial can actually do major damage to you--rendering you infertile. Really, anal sex is more likely to result in an infection than vaginal sex would.
As a note, the vaginal infection could be something simple like a yeast infection, but is usually a bacterial infection. If left untreated, these sorts of infections can cause serious problems later in life and can also render you completely infertile.
It's also common for urinary tract infections to occur after anal sex--in men and women. Yes, they are curable but they can become serious if left untreated and are, overall, rather uncomfortable to deal with. Condom usage would help your partner to avoid this complication but cannot protect against STDs or the above mentioned dangers associated with anal sex.
Incontinence has also been reported from engaging in anal sex. Basically this means that the anal sphincter loosens up from the activity. This also means that anal leakage can become an issue for the receiving end. It also may mean the inability to completely control your bowels when needed.
Many girls on here claim it hurts a lot. There really isn't a way to make it not hurt because it is endangering your body. Your body sends signals of pain because it is being HURT and you do not want to hurt your body. Serious problems come out of things like this--wanting to do something special with a partner and winding up on a hospital bed for a week while the doctor tries to sew them back together properly.
So, yes, the penis pushes into the anus and will ALWAYS have some feces on it when removed. The thrusting motions will help to push the feces into the small tube of the penis, where it may set up a nasty infection. This usually requires a hardy set of antibiotics to kill off the infection. With all of the thrusting going on (especially for couples who do not have much experience with anal sex) there is a good likelihood of anal, vaginal, and urinary tract infections for women as well.
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