Serious if kind of gross question. Sorry. Don't read if easily ooged out.

Bignuf Bignuf
We have never had any "soiling" seen during decades of anal play. One of the couples at our Friday "free talk" party had bad diarrhea from gut flu going around BAD now. She avoided anal play with her husband for three weeks due to fear of anything "being dirty in there". Even a week after the "symptoms" cleared up.

SO, if you are into anal play, how have you handled anal play AFTER a bout of gut illness???
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
I don't let it stop my play. What happens happens.
4
I wait till I am SURE my gut is back to normal before doing any anal play.
59
I avoid anal play for a long time after any gut issues.
13
After some gut problem I must clean out with an enema before having anal play.
1
Other????
6
Total votes: 83 (77 voters)
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02/11/2012
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MR Chickhabit MR Chickhabit
if there was ever a place for this bit of advice, this is it.

when i have severe intestinal trouble such as food borne illness, i find a deep enema makes me feel 30-50% better.

Dr Kellog was a big proponent of enemas and i have to agree with him
02/11/2012
punkstar283 punkstar283
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We have never had any "soiling" seen during decades of anal play. One of the couples at our Friday "free talk" party had bad diarrhea from gut flu going around BAD now. She avoided anal play with her husband for three weeks due to ... More
I wait till I am SURE my gut is back to normal before doing any anal play.
02/11/2012
Ciao. Ciao.
I would absolutely wait, both for comfort and safety reasons. Play is more fun when you're feeling 100% healthy too!
02/12/2012
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
It's always better to be safe than sorry...
02/12/2012
bayosgirl bayosgirl
I am almost never sick but if I had the slightest digestive problem I would definitely wait until it cleared up to do anal.
02/12/2012
LAndJ LAndJ
Quote:
Originally posted by bayosgirl
I am almost never sick but if I had the slightest digestive problem I would definitely wait until it cleared up to do anal.
Same, too scary to risk an accident.
02/12/2012
Jobthingy Jobthingy
Quote:
Originally posted by bayosgirl
I am almost never sick but if I had the slightest digestive problem I would definitely wait until it cleared up to do anal.
Actually, most people don't realize that if a gastro is around and the symptoms are gone it doesn't mean the bug is gone. It lingers in your system for a good week or 2. So waiting for symptoms to go away may not help the situation. It would be best to wait a good week to 2 weeks if it is a concern.
02/12/2012
PDXlady PDXlady
I wouldn't want to because I don't like any kind of sex when I'm sick. I feel too uncomfortable and all around crappy.
02/13/2012
godweensatan godweensatan
tummy illness tends to come and go rather quickly if its food related (24 hours). If you are getting sick for longer than and and often, you should seriously consider changing your diet and getting more veggies and fruits and nuts (raw foods/ high fiber). Not only do these things scrub you out and are easy to digest, they are rich in vitamins and minerals and will prevent illness. To many Americans have shit diets. And dont bother with multi vitamins, its a waste of money.
02/13/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
I make sure I'm 100% better, then wait a little longer.

I don't use enemas myself, for me they only aggravate the problem.
02/22/2012
dbm6907 dbm6907
I make sure that I'm 100% better, and I give it a few days before engaging in any anal play. Just to be safe!
02/22/2012
Dreaus Dreaus
I usually wait till a week or two after
02/22/2012
spineyogurt spineyogurt
Dont risk it, also it cant be good for recovery,
02/27/2012
Djiffy Djiffy
Play it safe and wait is my policy.
02/27/2012
gloomybear gloomybear
i have ibs and its alway watery consistancy so im extremely uncomfortable with anal play period
06/18/2012
Ilovelingerie Ilovelingerie
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We have never had any "soiling" seen during decades of anal play. One of the couples at our Friday "free talk" party had bad diarrhea from gut flu going around BAD now. She avoided anal play with her husband for three weeks due to ... More
I haven’t ever personally had this problem.
06/25/2012
digit88 digit88
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We have never had any "soiling" seen during decades of anal play. One of the couples at our Friday "free talk" party had bad diarrhea from gut flu going around BAD now. She avoided anal play with her husband for three weeks due to ... More
wait to make sure if it is done
06/25/2012
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We have never had any "soiling" seen during decades of anal play. One of the couples at our Friday "free talk" party had bad diarrhea from gut flu going around BAD now. She avoided anal play with her husband for three weeks due to ... More
I wait to make sure I'm okay, but there has been an incident due to long-term repeated anal play. He just asked me to throw him a towel and soldiered on, which made me trust him as a partner even more!
08/21/2012
Supervixen Supervixen
I don't do anal play if I'm not feeling up for it physically, because I just worry about having a mishap. Worrying just kills the enjoyment. So I wait until I'm sure that I'm okay before anal play. But you know, even when you're feeling fine and you go for it, some messiness can happen. It happened to me for the first time several months ago, and I was mortified. He shrugged, said it happens, cleaned up, and then snuggled up next to me in bed. That was our first time doing anal, and he's been all about it ever since, so it didn't seem to worry him much at all. Don't you love it when you realize after an embarrassing bedroom moment, that you're with someone who you can trust and be comfortable around?
08/22/2012
Istanbull Istanbull
Quote:
Originally posted by MR Chickhabit
if there was ever a place for this bit of advice, this is it.

when i have severe intestinal trouble such as food borne illness, i find a deep enema makes me feel 30-50% better.

Dr Kellog was a big proponent of enemas and i have to agree ... More
You have to be aware of the dangers of enemas though. You can easily cause a fecalith in your apendix.
09/01/2012
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We have never had any "soiling" seen during decades of anal play. One of the couples at our Friday "free talk" party had bad diarrhea from gut flu going around BAD now. She avoided anal play with her husband for three weeks due to ... More
I wait until I know I am all better just because my bowels get so irritated by flu that it just doesn't make me want PIV sex let alone anal.
09/01/2012
pleasurehunter pleasurehunter
I always wait until my stomach gets better, i have had a few accidents and its terrible to try and clean out whatever it lands on
09/01/2012
mrs.mckrakn mrs.mckrakn
i dont do anal play
09/09/2012
Sangsara Sangsara
I'm not really into it. I once had to run to the bathroom and grab a warm wet washcloth while my boyfriend held his nose not fun
09/09/2012
Bex1331 Bex1331
I've never had an incident but I would wait until my stomach it totally better
09/09/2012
RedKyuubi RedKyuubi
I wait till I feel better. If my colon isnt happy I just dont even want to have anal
09/10/2012
nosrslylol nosrslylol
I would wait til my tummy felt better!
09/17/2012
Stagger13 Stagger13
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We have never had any "soiling" seen during decades of anal play. One of the couples at our Friday "free talk" party had bad diarrhea from gut flu going around BAD now. She avoided anal play with her husband for three weeks due to ... More
Better safe than sorry.
09/19/2012
subtyrant subtyrant
Quote:
Originally posted by Jobthingy
Actually, most people don't realize that if a gastro is around and the symptoms are gone it doesn't mean the bug is gone. It lingers in your system for a good week or 2. So waiting for symptoms to go away may not help the situation. It would ... More
Good to know

Thanks
09/19/2012
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