Q&A: Anal Sex And Long Term Health Concerns

As anal sex is considered a high risk sexual behavior for passing sexually transmissible infections (STI), you may want to use condoms during anal sex should you and your boyfriend ever decide to go from having a monogamous relationship to an open relationship.

Q&A: I Have Bladder Prolapse. Can This Be Fixed?

It can take around 2 months to heal well enough to begin having vaginal intercourse again. Research suggests that women often see an improvement in their sexual lives, particularly if their prolapse issues were getting in the way of sex before they had surgery.

Q&A: Anal Sex: Cleanliness And Avoiding Pain

Because anal sex involves the rectum, some people – like you – have concerns about cleanliness. You may want to take your time to ease into anal play so that you can become more comfortable sharing this part of your body with your boyfriend and making sure that you both feel comfortable with what you are doing.