Our expert says:
Anal sex requires a relaxed approach as you are expecting the muscles that are used to contracting to relax. Once pain is experienced the probability that the anal muscles will contract even tighter is even stronger – it is in actual fact an attempt to protect the body. What you could do is to focus on breathing out every time your partner enters more. Anal sex could contribute to piles – especially during vigorous sex. Make sure to relax; take it slow; be sensitive and if it remains being painful consider other sexual positions that might be more pleasurable and less painful.
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