I would like to know if there are any side effects to having anal sex with your partner? I have been having anal sex with my girlfriend for about 2 weeks now. Tho she enjoys it I would like to know if there is any thing I should be worried about with my penis?If someone could assist me with this question I would greatly appreciate it.
Are you using condoms and lube for anal sex? If you aren't, you need to at least be using a lot of lube. The anus doesn't secrete fluid like the vagina does, so having anal without lube can cause tearing for both you and her.
Get a good water based lube, like KY, Astroglide, Wet, Sliquid, etc. Do not use lotion or baby oil, etc. Use a lot of it - don't be stingy on this.
If you are both std free, there shouldn't be any problems health wise.
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