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Forced anal penetration and incontinence

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Reuters Health - Anal sex may be linked to an increased risk of incontinence, particularly among men who have sex with men, a U. Researchers analyzed national health survey data from 6, adults and found 37 percent of women and about 5 percent of men reported trying anal intercourse at least once. Alayne Markland of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Even though anal intercourse is common among both heterosexual and homosexual couples, little is known about how this practice might impact bowel function, Markland and colleagues note in the American Journal of Gastroenterology.

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