February 11, 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 American Journal of Gastroenterology. The incontinence risk is heightened particularly among men who have sex with men, according to lead author Alayne Markland, D. The researchers analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys from 6, adults. They found 37 percent of women and almost 5 percent of men reported trying anal intercourse at least once. Women engaging in anal sex were 50 percent more likely than their peers to report having fecal incontinence at least once a month. The men's odds of incontinence were almost tripled.
Anal sex linked to increased risk of incontinence in both males, females
Anal sex linked to increased risk of incontinence - Reuters
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Forced anal penetration and incontinence
Anal sex can feel really good if you do it right , but it turns out butt play could have a seriously nasty side effect. According to a new study published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology , anal sex is linked to an increased risk in fecal incontinence you know, pooping your pants in both women and men. For the study, researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Medicine analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, which included 4, adults ages 20 to 69, and they found that 37 percent of women said they had had anal sex compared to approximately five percent of dudes.
The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence and associations between anal intercourse and fecal incontinence. Fecal incontinence was defined as the loss of liquid, solid, or mucus stool occurring at least monthly on a validated questionnaire. A gender-specific sexual behavior questionnaire assessed any anal intercourse via an audio computer-assisted personal interview. Co-variables included: age, race, education, poverty income ratio, body mass index, chronic illnesses, depression, loose stool consistency Bristol Stool Scale types 6 or 7 , and reproductive variables in women. Prevalence estimates and prevalence odds ratios PORs were analyzed in adjusted multivariable models using appropriate sampling weights.