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Not sure about more suseptable to AIDS, but there it is advised to use extra-strong condoms for anal. I don't know the exact reasons, but the anus is the most vunerable port of the body (like your mouth, but without the defences), and the penis is one of the dirtiest (bacteria wise anyway).
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Can cancer be caused by having too much sex?
ask mummy and daddy...
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ask mummy and daddy...
They dont know. Why would they know? I hope your not insinuating anything... :confused:
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just wondering about the taboo subject of anal - is it true that u can catch aids more easily doing that (u know the disease once known as the homosexual disease) than normal sex. Having never been brave enough to try it with previous girlfriends i was wondering
Yes, it is true, but I won't go into the details too much here.
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Yes, it is true, but I won't go into the details too much here.
Where will you go into details? Are you speaking from experience?
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Where will you go into details? Are you speaking from experience?
Of course not! I learned it as some bizarre extra information for my Biology A-Level (my teacher had some twisted streak) but it's the sort of thing that people don't all want to hear. Same as I don't go discussing my latest dissection session with my non-medic friends.
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Can cancer be caused by having too much sex?
i dunno if its been said but i heard that 'bashing the bishop' helps prevent cancer, speculation only though. but i dont think sex can cause it. doesnt seem possible to me.
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Can cancer be caused by having too much sex?
Yep, underage sex is shown to increase risk of cervial cancer
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Yep, underage sex is shown to increase risk of cervial cancer
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in both genders?
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Yes, it is true, but I won't go into the details too much here.
Why not, it's quite simple - the anal walls are alot weaker, more easily damaged than the vaginal walls. Hence it is much more likely that you will get blood/semen mixing than in normal sex.
Hey, Helenia, have you done the whole 3,7,11 thing yet in anatomy (if this sounds mad then the answer is simply no...)
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in both genders?
Just women - it's due mainly to the spread of Human Papilloma virus 16 and 18.

And yes, masterbation in guys helps 'clean the pipes' basically semen can accumulate whatever carcinogens that are in your blood stream, so masterbation will reduce the conc of carcinogens in contact with your prostate - so reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
I take my anti-cancer treatments very seriously...
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Why not, it's quite simple - the anal walls are alot weaker, more easily damaged than the vaginal walls. Hence it is much more likely that you will get blood/semen mixing than in normal sex.
Hey, Helenia, have you done the whole 3,7,11 thing yet in anatomy (if this sounds mad then the answer is simply no...)
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Try telling that to non-medics. I get told off a lot for telling people gross stuff.

3,7,11? It's not a cranial nerve thing is it? I found Whitaker's "point and shoot" memory trick thing funny enough.
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