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  • Paul July 21, 2009
    Paul
    July 17, 2009

    Unprotected sex can be unhealthy, anal, oral or vaginal, if done with a partner with a sexual disease which can be transmitted to you.

     

    There is some thought that anal sex can weaken or damage the sphincter muscles causing leakage in later life. There is a chance of infection to either partner, pain or discomfort. As with anything sexual, it should be the desire of both partners, not just one.

     

    The release of some urine during sex, and orgasm, is not unusual. If it becomes too disturbing, you may wish to see your doctor or an urologist.

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