Newsletters are the new newsletters. Some websites claim that anal is perfectly harmless, whereas others argue that it inevitably causes a host of health problems. Beyond incontinence, are there any other potential effects of anal sex on anal health? After scouring the data and talking to the experts, here's what I discovered. Medical experts think microtears in the rectum are common during anal sex—just as vaginal microtears are common during vaginal intercourse; however, these tend to heal quickly and are unlikely to pose a significant health threat aside from increasing the risk of STI transmission. It's likely that most performers keep injuries of this nature quiet either out of embarrassment or because it could potentially hurt their ability to get work in the future. Thus, aside from those who are really pushing their body's limits, there isn't really any evidence that anal sex is likely to damage the anus.
With all of that said, for those having anal sex, there are certain steps worth taking in order to keep your risks as low as possible.
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After scouring the data and talking to the experts, here's what I discovered. It's likely that most performers keep injuries of this nature quiet either out of embarrassment or because it could potentially hurt their ability to get work in the future. In addition to suffering in silence, performers who are injured face a financial cost in that insurance and worker's comp don't cover sex injuries from porn shoots. Receiving anal sex was associated with lower anal resting pressure meaning the muscles down there weren't as tightly contractedas well as reports of minor symptoms of fecal incontinence, such as feeling a greater sense of urgency when it comes to defecating. The specifics of the questions have certainly varied, but most can be reduced to one thing: I don't know about you, but the extent to which I take a given journal article seriously is inversely proportional to the number of exclamation points in the title. Oh, and keep in mind that both studies were based on very small samples and focused only on men.