My boyfriend andi tried anal sex for the first time. It was painful so he just tried to penetrate twice and then we didnt try anymore as i had pains. Now 4 days after i am still experiencing anal pains, while i need to use the bathroom i have so much pain, i got contispated and have horrible pains around the anus, thing that i have never had before and i am 100 % sure it is from trying anal sex. Will it go away with time or will i have the problem forever?
Yes, it's an indescribable pain.
Among the worst pain that I've ever felt in my life... in fact, it was so bad, I thought
that I was going to pass out! So, that's why I avoid it.
It takes a while but that pain does go away.
However, in the future, do yourself a favor and discuss sexual preferences and parameters with your partners prior to engaging in sexual activity... say no to anal sex.
My husband and I have successfully had anal sex recently. We tried it a few times years ago, and I had the same extreme pain that you all are talking about, so I simply avoided it. Don't worry the pain your feeling will go away soon. However this was something my husband really wanted to try so we did it again. We were both really relaxed and took things VERY slow. We used lots of lube, he inserted his finger into my anus a few times, then I strattled him and it went in pretty easily. We both really enjoyed it and he now have anal sex a few times a month.
If this is something you eventually want to try again you may want to try different positions till you find one that is comfortable.
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