Some shitty news for anyone who enjoys anal sex: a new study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Medicine found that having anal might increase "bowel problems" like incontinence and leakage. Using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, the researchers found that 37 percent of women and 5 percent of men reported "trying" anal sex at least once. These numbers seem a bit off to me — according to a large-scale sexual activity study Cosmopolitan. But anyway. According to this UAB data, women who admitted to giving anal a try were then found to be 50 percent more likely than their non-anal sex having peers to experience fecal incontinence at least once a month. But among men that number's even bigger: their odds of incontinence after anal sex tripled, compared to other men. If you're wondering what, exactly, "fetal incontinence" means, the researchers have defined it for you. This is your chance to stop reading if you have a weak stomach. In the survey, incontinence was referred to as a "leakage of mucus, liquid, or stool" that happened at least monthly. Although most adults who reported having incontinence after anal sex only experienced it in "occasional bouts of diarrhea," all of this still sounds incredibly terrible and nightmarish and potentially embarrassing.
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Many people experience light spotting from time to time due to the delicate nature of the tissues involved. You should see a doctor or other healthcare provider if you notice more than a couple of drops of light pink blood, or if you experience discomfort that lasts for more than two days. Bleeding after anal sex is often the result of too much friction, rough behavior, or cuts from fingernails. Though very rare, it is possible to perforate , or tear, the colon during anal sex. You may also experience extreme pain, swelling in the lower abdomen, fever, and nausea.
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February 11, Engaging in the practice of anal sex may increase risks for bowel problems, including fecal incontinence and bowel leakage, according to a University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Medicine study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology. The incontinence risk is heightened particularly among men who have sex with men, according to lead author Alayne Markland, D. The researchers analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys from 6, adults.
Another study conducted by the University of Indiana asked questions on heterosexual anal sex and found that the percentage having anal intercourse within the past year demonstrated a similar age breakdown as that of the NSFG. Adolescents are also practicing heterosexual anal sex; and again, the prevalence increases with age. Are there health concerns regarding heterosexual anal intercourse? Of course — as with all types of sexual activity — there are both emotional and physical pitfalls. People need to be educated about the dangers of anal intercourse, so they can make an informed decision about whether or not to participate in the activity. Heterosexual anal intercourse predominantly impacts the health of young females as compared to young males. These same risks can affect women of any age.