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What Are Anal Fissures?
13 Fundamental Facts About the Anus | Mental Floss
Just ask Dr. Evan Goldstein, a Manhattan surgeon who has pioneered the practice of making buttholes beautiful and more sexually compatible through Botox, tightening and loosening procedures. Goldstein told Moneyish. As a gay man, Goldstein, who began his medical career as a cardiothoracic surgeon, wondered how he could help his community. Norman M. Rowe, who practices in New York and New Jersey , uses noninvasive radiofrequency energy to heat and tighten anal tissues, and Los Angeles-based Dr.
Can Having A Lot of Anal Sex Stretch Out Your Sphincter?
Whatever your stance on butt sex, it's probably not the first sex you had, or the kind you have the most often. And that alone can make it seem a bit intimidating — a great unknown. Everything we do sexually was a little bit intimidating before we actually did it, right? What is it about the butt that makes it the most misunderstood and still-taboo area with which to get naughty? A lot of people have anxiety about cleanliness, or wonder if it would be too painful.
An anal fissure is a shallow ulceration or tear in the tissue along the anal canal. During bowel movements, irritation of the fissure can trigger a spasm in the anal sphincter, the muscle that surrounds the opening of the anus. Such spasms are often quite painful and may be accompanied by bleeding.