5 GREAT WAYS TO PREVENT RISKS- ANAL SEX

 Anal sex is the practice of inserting the penis, fingers, or a foreign object such as a vibrator into the anus for sexual pleasure. With the appropriate precautions, anal sex is mostly safe.

Couples who engage in anal sex need to know that it is one of the ways that HIV can be spread sexually. This is because the lining of the anus is prone to tearing if there is not enough lubrication. This creates small tears in the anus where it is easier for HIV to get in. On the other side, the anus is very tight and doesn’t lubricate naturally like vagina. One wrong move may cause injury since it is also very soft. As with any other type of sex, safer sex is absolutely recommended during anal sex. But worry not,

Below are the 5 great ways to prevent risks of doing anal sex recommended by Surrey Escorts Agency

FIRST OF ALL, MAKE SURE YOURSELF CLEAN

When it comes to anal sex, people worry about getting feces on them. Before you even think about it, head to the bathroom to empty your bowels. This is a must to make you less worried that you’re not clean down there. It also makes the sex feel more comfortable.

In addition to using mild soap and water to clean the area, you might also want to use your fingers to get any debris out of your butt just to make sure there’s no residue that could end up on the condom.

For those who are still unsure, water enemas are an option (avoid castor oil because it can make a mess). Uses of dental dams, gloves, and condoms are also common. The bigger concern—for women—should be the potential transfer of bacteria from the anus to the vagina. If you are switching in that order, change condoms.

YOU NEED LOADS OF LUBE

Not just a dab before you start, but tons of the stuff, and you have to keep applying it throughout sex so that you keep things feeling comfortable while preventing anal tears.

Also, not any lubes will do. It’s a good idea to experiment with different lubes to see which one feels good. Remember; the anal region is different from the vagina as it doesn’t self-lubricate at all. Choose a lubricantthat’s thicker so that it will last longer and natural (we recommend a silicone based) so that it doesn’t cause irritation. Avoid using numbing or desensitizing lubes to remove any painful sensations you will experience during anal. Since the pain is a sign that something’s wrong and should make you stop or slow down.

USE CONDOMS

Don’t ever think that anal sex is somehow safer than vaginal sex. You can still get STIs. Also since anal tissue is so delicate, sex could cause microscopic tears. If your partner’s not wearing a condom, bacteria could end up in these tears, contaminating your blood.

GO SLOW

Starting with a finger, oral-anal sex, or a slim sex toy can help things progress nicely. If you want to get anatomical about it, there are actually two sphincters in the anus and only one can be controlled voluntarily, the other only relaxes when the person relaxes. So how slow is slow? It depends but if it is penetrative sex with a penis, it may take some time. It could happen in one night, and be a progression of a couple days.

The receiver is at more risk for injury than the person penetrating them. What’s more common in anal, however, is the receiver experiences soreness or tearing that can result in bleeding. This is why it’s important for partners to communicate. Because some level of anal tearing is common, it is also important to be safe during anal sex. Know your partner’s status and make smart decisions about protection.

GET CLEAN AFTERWARDS

Just like with vaginal sex, you might feel a little tender or sore for a while after sex. Look after your butt by going to the toilet after sex and cleaning up all that excess lube to prevent infections.

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