Message: Why Anal Doesn’t Cause Incontinence

petoetertjeHi, I am petoetertje from Fetlife. I want to add something to the debate if frequent anal sex can cause incontinence. Frequently people are thinking that somehow they will loose the ability to uphold stool. The most important continence muscle for solid stool is the puborectalis muscle. It’s a muscle sling situated at the turn from rectum to sigmoid colon. It pinches off the sigmoid colon much like you would pinch off a garden hose to prevent water flowing. So no risks involved there…

Quite right, but even the anal sphincter muscles themselves aren’t damaged or weakened simply having anal sex. A lot of people seem to think that over time they’ll end up with a permanent gaping anus, which simply doesn’t happen.

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