Follow 20 Engineering and science Replies: Love Follow 7 followers 15 badges Send a private message to pina. The problem is that if you have tears from penetration, inflammation, or other GI issues it's a very easy avenue for STDs and other nonSTD infections to get into your tissues and blood. This anatomy lesson is brought to you from sexualhealth. So your orgasms back there are perfectly — and anatomically — normal. There is stretching and pressure during insertion but that's it.
So the nerves and muscles are sore, from my understanding after asking a nurse at work.
It will not kill you and will wash off with soap and water. Have a frank chat with your gynecologist, and he or she will be able to address your fears. I've had a lot of experience with anal toys, and there's a very clear difference to me between stretching and frank pain when inserting something new, as well as when needing to expel particularly large pieces of poop. Pour water based high viscosity lube into your glove hand and slowly ease your index finger into your anus. Lightly clamp and release your muscles against your fingers. Showing 1- 6 of 6.