2020年10月27日星期二

hemorrhoids or anal cancer,The effect of anorectal disease on "sexual" life

    Introduction: The anus, rectum, and genitals are three adjacent organs, just like teeth and lips. Everyone knows the term for those with cold lips and teeth. When anorectal problems occur, the nearest genitalia will naturally be affected more or less.

    Will anorectal diseases affect sexual life? In particular, anorectal diseases such as anal itching, anal abscess, and anal fistula can easily affect the reproductive organs. In severe cases, the pus and excrement produced in severe cases flow down uncontrollably and reach the perineum and vaginal mouth to produce infections and other incidents. , Makes people miserable, who dares to have sex.

    What is the relationship between sex and anorectal disease?

    1. Frequent sexual intercourse can easily lead to hemorrhoids and constipation

    According to research, men who have too much sex or often tolerate no ejaculation are more likely to get hemorrhoids and constipation than men who have normal sex.

    The reason is that the muscles of the whole body are in a state of high tension during sex, which increases the pressure of blood circulation around the anus and causes poor blood circulation, which is the most fundamental cause of hemorrhoids. Moreover, excessive sex can easily lead to fatigue of the pelvic floor muscles, so after waking up, there will be inability to defecate and cause constipation.

    Recommendations: about 3 times a week for people aged 20-30; preferably 2 times a week for 31-40 years old; 4-6 times per month for 41-50 years old; 1 to 2 times a month for people over 50 years old.

    2. How does anorectal disease affect "sexual harmony"

    Long-term constipation, hemorrhoids, anal fissures, anal fistulas, etc. will cause decline in anal function, especially for women, because women’s anus is contracted and twitched regularly during sex. Once the anus or perianal is uncomfortable, it will affect sexual desire. Formative indifference.

    In addition, anorectal diseases are usually accompanied by symptoms such as pain, itching, redness and swelling, which directly pull the whole body, affect the patient's mental health, and are not interested in sex life, or even a kind of fear.

    3. Improper sexual intercourse can also cause anorectal diseases

    Due to the openness of the current society, more and more people are keen on anal sex. Anal sex can lead to anal fissure and blood in the stool, and it can easily cause bacterial infections in the rectum, causing proctitis that is difficult to cure, and even rectal cancer. The reason why people of the same sex are prone to AIDS may also be related to this, so it is recommended that you try not to use this posture to seek happiness.

    How to avoid sex life being disturbed by anorectal diseases?

    1. Develop good eating habits

    Drink plenty of water, a good diet, living habits, and regular exercise to avoid minor problems such as constipation. It is better to develop a good habit than to take medicine and perform surgery. All diseases will be eliminated.

    2. Actively treat anorectal diseases

    The most taboo of anorectal diseases is the long-term procrastination, which not only makes the anorectal disease more serious, but also affects the quality of life.

    Warm reminder: Anorectal disease itself does not cause damage to sexual function, but due to the close relationship between the location and symptoms of anorectal disease and sexual function, it affects the patient's sexual life and causes unpleasant sexual life. The editor recommends reasonable diet, reasonable exercise, and reasonable sexual intercourse. If you have any symptoms of anorectal disease, go to the specialist hospital for treatment as soon as possible, recover as soon as possible, and embrace the sexual life.

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