Anal sex and incontinence
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11 Feb Engaging in the practice of anal sex may increase risks for bowel problems, including fecal incontinence and bowel leakage, according to a University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Medicine study published in the.
19 Feb So, after this careful analysis, here are my concluding thoughts on anal sex as a healthcare professional specializing in colon and rectal diseases: Anal sex seems to significantly raise your risk of having fecal incontinence. You probably just shouldn't do it. If you are going to do it anyway, don't do it too.
Description:Anal intercourse was higher among women Markland says little is known about how anal intercourse might affect bowel function, even though the survey showed the practice is common among both heterosexual and homosexual couples. We hypothesized that both women and men who engaged in anal intercourse would have higher rates of FI. Published on February 19, Obviously, more research is needed. Alayne Markland of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.