Like other muscles, your anal sphincter is only accustomed to stretching so far. Your anus is full of sensitive nerve endings that make anal play feel oh so good. Anal training can make anal penetration of any kind pleasurable. It can also help you work up to larger anal toys and other butt play, like gaping.
Anal sphincter biofeedback relaxation treatment for women with intractable constipation symptoms
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When a tubular organ or blood vessel becomes excessively narrow such that it can no longer perform as nature intended, it is a condition referred to by physicians as stenosis. Anal stenosis, also known as an anal stricture, is the narrowing of the anal canal, located just before the anal sphincter. The anal sphincter is a complex part of the body that maintains a seal that can be opened to discharge body waste. It is strong enough to restrict the passage of any fecal material but sensitive enough to differentiate between solid, liquid, and gas.
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Some constipated women have difficulty relaxing the striated muscles of the anal sphincters, sometimes called anismus. This study was developed to provide a biofeedback-based relaxation treatment to teach these patients to relax the "voluntary" anal sphincter muscle in order to assess whether this treatment would be effective in reducing symptomatology. Seven constipated patients who were unresponsive to a high-fiber diet and required persistent laxative dosing to achieve regular bowel frequency were studied. A dual-therapy approach, in which patients were taught to relax the anal sphincter muscles via biofeedback from a manometric anal sphincter probe, was used.
With the holidays upon us we have treats and holiday parties galore! The National Institutes of Health reported that digestive diseases roughly impact 60 to 70 million people in the United States! There are a number of digestive diseases that can affect you but for the purposes of this article we are going to focus on chronic constipation. Not only can chronic constipation cause bloating, abdominal pain and discomfort but it also leads to chronic straining. Chronic straining, in turn, can lead to hemorrhoids, anal fissures, pelvic pain, pelvic floor dysfunction and dyssynergia, and pelvic organ prolapse.