Correct. My partner gets some enjoyment out of it, even though it wasn't his idea. It's only very rarely that it occurs (I'm usually the top), but it's still good anal sex.You mean ask him to wear a strap on that has a cock smaller than his? That's interesting. Does the person who wears the strap on get any satisfaction from it? I've always wondered if the person wearing it actually feels anything. I've never worn one or had it used on me.
If I was more submissive and wanted it regularly I'm sure my ass could handle it on the daily if necessary lol.
We've been doing anal for a decade with no issues.
Thanks for this mal3!Prevalence
More on causesA variety of things can cause the condition, including:
Who Is At Risk of Getting It?
- Long-term history of diarrhea or constipation
- Long-term history of having to strain when you poop
- Old age, which weakens muscles and ligaments in the rectal area
- Previous injury to the anal or hip area
- Nerve damage that affects your muscles’ ability to tighten and loosen
More women develop rectal prolapse than men, especially women older than 50. In general, older people who have had a history of constipation or problems with their pelvic floor have a higher chance of having the problem.
Wow, nothing about gay and/or anal sex. Not a word. Much less the size of the penis involved.
There are also some neurological conditions that affect the nerves associated with rectal prolapse:
- constipation or chronic straining
- diarrhea — present in around 15 percent of people
- conditions that make a person cough a lot
Rectal prolapse is more common in adults than children, and it is particularly prevalent in women aged 50 years or older, who are six timesmore likely to be affected than men.
- multiple sclerosis
- lumbar disc disease
- spinal tumors
- injury to the lower back or pelvis
Most women who have rectal prolapse are in their 60s, while most men are aged 40 or younger.
In the case of older women, rectal prolapse will often occur at the same time as a prolapsed uterus or bladder. This is because of general weakness in the pelvic floor muscles.