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Will anal sex result in any problem?

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sexis having sex in anus will cause any problem to me r my wouldbe
Posted Mon, 16 Apr 2012 in Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Answered by Dr. Sudarshan 1 hour later
Hi dear,

Thanks for your query.

Anal sexual intercourse is a common practice.

If you and your partner are comfortable with this practice than you can perform it.

However there can be more chances of injury to male genitalia (penis)and anal opening as anus is much more compact , narrow and less elastic structure than vagina.Hence the chances of injury ,ulceration,pain is more in anal intercourse.

A little more lubrication with lubricant gel ,patroleum jelly should be used.

Also use of barrier contraceptive like condom is advisable as it will provide easy intercourse and reduced chances of injury and STD(Sexually transmitted disease).

Have a safe sex.

Dr Sud
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because of having anal will the buttox grow bigger?
Answered by Dr. Sudarshan 4 hours later

Thanks for getting back.

Having anal sex has nothing to do with size of buttocks.

The size of buttocks increases with age, deposition of fat and hormones and not because of anal sex.


Dr Sudarshan
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how can I found my girl is getting orgasm ?
Answered by Dr. Sudarshan 4 hours later
Hi dear,

Orgasm is the sudden discharge of accumulated sexual tension resulting in rhythmic muscular contractions in the pelvic region that produce intensely pleasurable sensations followed by rapid relaxation.

Orgasm is also in part a psychological experience of pleasure and abandon, when the mind is focused solely on the personal experience. It is sometimes called climaxing or coming.

Orgasms vary from person to person and for each individual at different times. Sometimes orgasm is an explosive, amazing rush of sensations, while others are milder, subtler, and less intense.

The differences in intensity of orgasms can be attributed to physical factors, such as fatigue and length of time since last orgasm, as well as to a wide range of psychosocial factors, including mood, relation to partner, activity, expectations, and feelings about the experience.

The most characteristic physical feature of orgasm is the sensation produced by the simultaneous rhythmic contractions of the pubococcygeus muscle (pc muscle).

Along with contractions of the anal sphincter, rectum and perineum, the uterus and outer third of the vagina (the orgasmic platform) for women, and the ejaculatory ducts and muscles around the penis for men, this constitutes the reflex of orgasm.

When your girl will have orgasm she will have her
whole body shivering, contraction of vaginal muscles, thigh muscles, lower abdominal muscles.often described as "pelvic throbbing".

The genitals are often described as becoming warm, electric or tingly and she may
ejaculate female secretions.

Hope Ive answered your query.

Dr Sud
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