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Sodomy: Risks and precautions

As for vaginal penetration , many positions allow to practice anal penetration:

The doggy style, popular with many, is part of it; this position also has the advantage of allowing stimulation of the clitoris, to increase pleasure.

Others will opt for the flat stomach position, where the bodies are one, or on the side.

Some couples finally prefer to be in front of their partner, the exchange of glance adding spice to the sexual act. In this case, the sitting position, slightly bent back, legs apart is ideal.

Sodomy: a risky practice?

It is important to say it: sodomy - just like some other sexual positions - some risks.
The anal sphincter is normally tightened, except when one goes to the saddle. That's why sodomy can be painful. Too abrupt penetration can cause micro-cuts, bleeding.
Anal coitus also promotes the appearance of hemorrhoids (small varicose veins of the veins of the anus and rectum) or even anal fissures.

Moreover, the rectal mucosa is particularly fragile and porous to viruses and bacteria, the risk of transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including AIDS, is very high for sodomy. Even if there is no ejaculation, the Cowper's gland fluid, which is responsible for lubricating the glans, is infected with AIDS. In this practice, the use of condoms is more than recommended.

It should also be known that germs in the rectum can cause vaginal infection. To avoid any risk of contamination, it is not recommended to go directly from anal penetration to vaginal penetration without having a small toilet. If you use a condom, it should be changed between the two acts.

Some precautions

Unlike the vagina, the anus and rectum can not lubricate naturally, regardless of the degree of excitement. In order to facilitate penetration, it is therefore preferable to use an artificial lubricant. Petrolatum, a fatty substance that risks making the condom porous, is to be banned; use commercially available water - based or silicone - based lubricants.

Moreover, the penetration must be done gently, gently. The anus is not as malleable as the vagina ... It is therefore advisable to precede the penetration by caresses on the anus, or by the introduction of a finger to relax, little by little.

Finally, for basic hygiene reasons, it will be understood that a small intimate toilet is welcome before anal penetration.

To see our video: Sodomy - is it dangerous? The response of the gynecologist ...

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To read also our files:
> The erogenous zones of women
> Kamasutra: 100 positions 100% pleasure in pictures
> Sexuality: how to talk to your partner?
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