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While some people find anal sex enjoyable, the practice has downsides and requires special safety precautions. Oral contact with the anus can put both partners at risk for hepatitis, herpes, HPV, and other infections.
People may engage in anal intercourse, which has health risks, because the anus is full of nerve endings, making it very sensitive.
Even though serious injury from anal sex is not common, it can occur.
Bleeding after anal sex could be due to a hemorrhoid or tear, or something more serious such as a perforation (hole) in the colon.
For some recipients of anal sex, the anus can be an erogenous zone that responds to sexual stimulation.
For the giving partner, the anus may provide a pleasing tightness around the penis.