... that would be a no.
Depending on how bad they are you might have to go to the doctor for treatment.
if they are not that bad a few things you can try.
eat more fiber
dont strain when you go to the toilet. let it come naturally. if it doesn't eat more fiber.
drink more water (not beer, soda, etc)
lay off the spicy food. (1 replies)
... can having anal sex make me get rid of piles (1 replies)
... oo long! Right my question is, i'm no longer in pain with them or anything havent been for about 6 months, but just wondering if i was to have anal sex would the piles i've had in the past be affected in anyway? ... (3 replies)
... After having my second child nearly 12 years ago i have suffered with piles on and off.I cant say that this has ever affected my sex life at all.Just carry on as normal,i do.As long as you feel comfortable go for it. ... (2 replies)
... Does having normal sex life worsen the situation for HEMORRHOIDS(Piles)? (2 replies)
... My fiance and I are young - both in our 20's. He has suffered with erectile dysfunction for as long as I have known him and probably longer.
My question is how do I best discuss this with him? When I try to talk to him I am very careful and conscientious about time, place, manner, and making sure not to enmasculate him in any way but he always manages to find a way out of... (11 replies)
... How much longer before he draws even more into himself and refuses to go out socially whatsoever and just stays home with food for comfort and piles on an even bigger amount of weight. He needs to learn that he is a danger to himself and his health. ... (13 replies)
... Feel them and see if they are still there. If you can feel them, internally or externally, you should shrink them with something like Preparation H, before engaging in anal sex again. Otherwise, the friction will just aggravate them.
If they are healed, no problem. Good luck. (3 replies)
... Cheers for the reply, Yeh they are healed and have been for months. But i think they are still there if u know what i mean, is there anyway to get rid of them. (3 replies)
... You probably shouldn't have anal sex if you have active hemmorhoids.
If they are healed, you'll likely be fine. Just stay safe, use lots of lube, and lots of foreplay, to loosen up both sphincters.
To keep from having them in the first place, avoid straining. Eat foods with more roughage, like plums, whole wheat, greens, bran, etc. (3 replies)
... First - anatomy. At the lower end of the bowel, there are two distinct circular bands of muscles, sphincters, one is located about an 1 ½" above the other. These clamp down tight to prevent the passage of feces or gas. The mucous membrane lining of the rectum is not as heavy as the lining of the vagina, so it can tear quite easily and it does not heal as quickly as the vagina.... (4 replies)
... are actually varicose veins. commonly called piles and can be internal or external. They often go away on their own. get yourself off to the docs to make sure what it is. ... (7 replies)
... The only thing i could imagine it affecting would be if you were going to attempt anal sex, but it shouldn't affect vaginal sex. (2 replies)