How far is too far?

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How far is too far?

testing123 testing123
I have seen some toys that are quite long like these with 10 1/4 insertable length.

I have never had any experience with these, but I naively wonder: Is it safe to insert these all the way? What lies in those deep regions? I wonder about poking things like this around there.

I understand that everyone is different and comfortable with different levels of penetration, but beyond that, is a "no pain no problem" rule sufficient?
09/16/2010
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Anally Fixated Anally Fixated
Quote:
Originally posted by testing123
I have seen some toys that are quite long like these with 10 1/4 insertable length.

I have never had any experience with these, but I naively wonder: Is it safe to insert these all the way? What lies in those deep regions? I wonder about ...
Typically, if it isn't hurting when you playing around in your butt, that means nothing is getting torn or significantly damaged. That being said, it is safe to insert things deep into the rectum and even around the bend to the sigmoid colon. This is what is done during a colonoscopy; a camera is guided all the way through your colon. I would not suggest using LONG toys that are also rigid and wide in nature. Approximately 8 inches into the rectum, you reach a bending of the bowels. This is the start of the sigmoid colon. If a rigid and wide toy were to be inserted that far into the rectum, it would press up against the wall of the bowels and cause extreme discomfort because it would be unable to conform to the loop in the colon. The anal beads that you linked to should be safe for this kind of insertion because they are very flexible in nature and only 1" in diameter. Some bowel movements are MUCH larger than this LOL. Just be careful and only use flexible toys to explore that deeply in the rectum. I hope this helps!
09/16/2010
ScottA ScottA
If you do use rigid toys over about 5.5" insertable you need to be careful to not force the toy in. If it isn't going pull it out a bit and wiggle or try a different angle, if it still doesn't go in you're as deep as you can go.

Forcing a rigid toy is very dangerous because you don't have pain receptors inside your intestines.

A flexible toy can be used with a bit more force, but I strongly recommend you follow the "don't force" method until you learn how your body is laid out and works.

You can also check here: link
09/16/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
Also, do not use an "anesthetizing" cream or spray. If pain were to happen, you want to know where and why. Pain is the body's signal that something is really wrong, short circuiting it, by using something to numb the anus and rectum is not a good idea. By all means, lube up, but use nothing that numbs you.
09/16/2010
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