Leave this field blank. Chow, E. Men who had anal intercourse had a higher rate of fecal incontinence than women. Anal sex and HIV risk. However, anal sex itself is not likely to cause hemorrhoids if a person did not already have them.
Anal intercourse carries a greater risk of transmission of HIV than other sexual activities, particularly for the receptive partner. However, there are many blood vessels in and around the prostate and it can get bruised if handled roughly, so always treat it gently and use lots of lube. It is important to use a condom when having anal sex to prevent pregnancy.
Additional information. Being open and honest with one another about the experience can help you grow and learn together.