Because anal sex can lead to bacterial infections in the ways we mention above, it can also increase the risk of STIs.
If a person takes precautions, such as using water-based lubricants, they can minimize the risks.
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However, many experts criticized the study because it did not evaluate other contributing factors to fecal incontinence.
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Anal intercourse and fecal incontinence: Evidence from the 2009—2010 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
Again, this is a rare but potential complication of anal sex.
Condoms are not 100 percent effective at preventing STIs.