Me and my girlfriend are experimenting with anal sex. We tried to use Adam and Eve AnalEasy, which is a benzocaine 7.5% lube. However, when I use it on her, she says it burns. After a while she goes numb, but then touching that area at all makes it burn again.
Is this th benzocaine, or maybe something else in the lube? Would nonoxylnol-9 do this, if she was allergic?
I've tried the lube on myself, and it does burn at first. But then it gets numb.
Would Lidocaine be a better choice? Or should I try a no-nonoxylnol-9 lube? (I don't know if there is any N9 in the AnalEasy)
Suggestions or help? And no slurs please.
AnalEasy is supposted to burn a little and numb your anus, but not burn the entire time. I think she might be allergic to it.
Don't use any special anal sex lubricant. I find that they just over complicate things. Just use a no-name water-based jelly lubricant (like Wal Mart's Equate Personal Lubricant). Make sure it's JELLY, it will stick better so you don't have to keep re-applying.
Remember....be very careful with anal sex. Don't force the penis in or thrust too vigorusly.
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