There are some important tips when it comes to choosing your first anal toy for training. I hope you find these important tips helpful.
Great anal sex takes time, as well as feeling calm and relaxed. If you are not feeling in the mood there is a chance of a bad experience.
When it comes to pain-free penetration, there are some positions that are better than others. In this chapter, we explore the best ways to approach sex and relaxing your pelvic and anal muscles.
The Anus has two muscles: The external and internal anal sphincters. The External Anal Sphincter This muscle is under your control - it’s the last safety mechanism for continence. The Internal Anal Sphincter It’s not under your control. Its natural state is closed but will open with a
Most lubricants sold are designed for vaginal penetration. The anus is a very different structure, as such different lubricants are needed. This post explores different options that work well for anal sex.
Anal sex can cause anal fissures. For comfortable, easier anal penetration, both the internal and external anal sphincters need to be relaxed. The process of allowing these muscles to relax is quite simple. First, you need to be in the right headspace. If you are stressed, anxious or in pain,
Understanding how the internal and external anal sphincters are vital to gaining pain free anal sex. They are two very different muscles and can react in different ways.
Dr George explains what an anal fissure is and some of the more common causes.
Tight muscles can be caused by many factors, including pain, psychological stress and existing injuries. Dr George explores ways to learn to relax the anal muscles to allow pain free anal enjoyment.
Dr George talks about common causes of anal fissures beyond the frequently cited "pregnancy and constipation" in most online medical sites.
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