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    First time trying anal sex
    julkabamba posted:
    Ok so me and my husband have been wanting to try this I am currently 29 weeks pregnant btw but anyways I was worried about pain so we bought numbing lube to help me and I enjoyed it. I felt the pressure but no pain it was awesome but right after he finished I had no control over a bm directly after I barely made it to the toilet in time and it seemed like I had all this extra air in their than what should be. For a few hrs when I would have a bm I would check for bleeding but nothin their was a little soreness during said bm's but I figured it was my first time that's all it is but it's now been 5 hrs since and I just went for another bm and their was a little bit of blood on the toilet paper it was a bright red not dark or clotting and it was just a little bit. Should I be worried and mention it to my ob/gyn in my next visit?
    georgiagail responded:
    Unless this bleeding continues, no.

    julkabamba replied to georgiagail's response:
    Ok thank you
    kramer1961 responded:
    a numbing agent isn't what you need, you need a strong lubricant...even vaseline will do...and a lot of patience on your man's part. go slow, re lube frequently, and at some point it will be comfortable for both of you.


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