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LilyLust LilyLust
is there anything that numbs the anus a little bit? I'm having issues with intitial pain, even when we use lube.
08/09/2009
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Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
EdenFantasys used to sell anal numbing lube products, but in the interest of public safety stopped the practice. You can still find them at lesser sites, but EF took a stand on the subject. The pain is your body's way of telling you that there is a problem. Anal play often requires extensive warm up and if it is taken too fast there will be some pain. Consider some self training so you can figure out how to open things up better on your own which will help when you are with your partner as well. You partner also could concentrate on being more patient and working you open more gradually. Good luck!
08/09/2009
Valyn Valyn
I usually try wearing a plug around for a little bit. If I can't relax enough to get a plug in without pain, it's a no go for a while. You just need to make yourself relax. Jimbo has it right, I think, with self play.
08/09/2009
ScottA ScottA
Morin's Anal Pleasure and Health is probably the best reference on learning to have a positive and sensual relationship with your anus out there, if you're looking for something to read.
Before you can fully relax, you need to be comfortable with the idea of anal play. Start with just outside stimulation for a while and get used to the feelings of your anus. Once you're comfortable with that, then try penetration with a finger. Learn to relax, identify your fears/anxieties/concer ns and learn to let go of them, and learn to enjoy the sensations of anal stimulation. Then you can start from the beginning (external stimulation) with your partner.
08/09/2009
LilyLust LilyLust
I like anal play. But just recently start with my partner. I have a couple wands I like. And can take them easily. But when he goes for insertion it hurts. He's much thicker then my toys.
08/09/2009
Juliettia Juliettia
There are anal 'easing' sprays that EF sells designed to relax the anus.

link and link
08/09/2009
LilyLust LilyLust
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Originally posted by Juliettia
There are anal 'easing' sprays that EF sells designed to relax the anus.

link and link
thank you
08/09/2009
Owl Identified Owl Identified
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jones
EdenFantasys used to sell anal numbing lube products, but in the interest of public safety stopped the practice. You can still find them at lesser sites, but EF took a stand on the subject. The pain is your body's way of telling you that there is ...
Ughhhhh I learned this the hard way. Please heed this advice, because ignoring the pain or suppressing it can lead to more pain/problems that last for months after.
08/09/2009
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by LilyLust
I like anal play. But just recently start with my partner. I have a couple wands I like. And can take them easily. But when he goes for insertion it hurts. He's much thicker then my toys.
Ease up to it, then. Probably the best thing to do would be to buy a tapered butt plug or probe that gets to be as big as he is or slightly bigger. Practice relaxing until you can take it all comfortably. Make sure that you include him in your play as well, since anxiety can cause your anus to tighten.
08/09/2009
Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady
There is also this product: link. It works very well for me.
08/10/2009
Britni TheVadgeWig Britni TheVadgeWig
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Originally posted by LilyLust
is there anything that numbs the anus a little bit? I'm having issues with intitial pain, even when we use lube.
Please don't use any numbing agents! Please! Pain is your body's way of telling you that something is wrong. If you're doing it correctly, it shouldn't hurt. There may be slight pain upon initial insertion, but it's never going to be completely painless. If it hurts, stop. Relax. Breathe. Add more lube. Use fingers, toys, whatever to warm up. You should be using a lubricant with about the consistency of a hair gel, as this helps for anal penetration.

But if you've numbed the area, you're not going to know if something rips or tears because you won't be able to feel it. Pain is your body telling you that something is wrong. If you can't feel that, then you won't know if something really does rip or tear. You'll have no idea that there is a problem. They are really unsafe and I really wouldn't recommend them. At all.
08/10/2009
jamie allday jamie allday
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Originally posted by Britni TheVadgeWig
Please don't use any numbing agents! Please! Pain is your body's way of telling you that something is wrong. If you're doing it correctly, it shouldn't hurt. There may be slight pain upon initial insertion, but it's never going to ...
Surely the whole point in having a juicy penis up ur bum is the pain, believe me i know
08/14/2009
Rayne Millaray Rayne Millaray
I don't see it on EF, but I used to use a product called "Anal Ease". It came in a small tube like Orajel and I want to say we picked it up at Spencers? Heck if I know if they still carry it, though.

I didn't much care for it. There was almost no sensation when using it. But it worked like a charm!
08/14/2009
Liz2 Liz2
OMG! You do want sensation but not pain....but the concept of pain may be relative. Suggest as others have warming up with various plugs...smaller to larger, in one session, to open up. After a few times you will probably notice that your ass easily will take a larger object. The ass seems to remember for the next time so fewer steps are needed.
I wear an NJOy Pure Plug around, feels so good and has me so ready for serious penetration and thrusting. Good luck and enjoy!
08/14/2009
Britni TheVadgeWig Britni TheVadgeWig
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Originally posted by jamie allday
Surely the whole point in having a juicy penis up ur bum is the pain, believe me i know
Of course you don't want pain, but not being able to feel anything is dangerous. And if it hurts, you aren't doing it correctly. Mind discomfort is one thing, but pain is something different altogether. Numbing agents are dangerous, and I'm glad that EF does not carry them.

Also, your comment was rude. There are nicer ways to disagree with someone.
08/16/2009
Britni TheVadgeWig Britni TheVadgeWig
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Originally posted by Rayne Millaray
I don't see it on EF, but I used to use a product called "Anal Ease". It came in a small tube like Orajel and I want to say we picked it up at Spencers? Heck if I know if they still carry it, though.

I didn't much care for ...
The first post in this thread answers the reason for EF not carrying Anal Eze.

"EdenFantasys used to sell anal numbing lube products, but in the interest of public safety stopped the practice."

I find it interesting that you say, "There was almost no sensation when using it. But it worked like a charm!" If there's no sensation at all in what you're doing, then who are you really doing it for? Yourself or your partner? You're clearly not enjoying it because you can't even feel it. And why would you want to be unable to feel what is happening to you?
08/16/2009
Rebecca Rebecca
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Originally posted by Britni TheVadgeWig
The first post in this thread answers the reason for EF not carrying Anal Eze.

"EdenFantasys used to sell anal numbing lube products, but in the interest of public safety stopped the practice."

I find it interesting that you ...
Hi Everyone...

Intimate Organics has a great anal relaxing spray that using natural clove oil to relax the area but to still feel the sensation. Lidocaine or Benzocaine can be very dangerous in terms of tearing etc, and the person not having a clue it is happening! Also over long term it is toxic. Try DARING (men) or ADVENTURE (women)... both verison are on EF!
08/16/2009
LouLou69 LouLou69
Adventure relaxing spray worked really well for me - is the Daring spray the same but packaged for men??????
05/31/2011
slynch slynch
I always heard numbing was bad.
06/05/2011
jakhammer jakhammer
numbing is not good , you want to get some natural or organic relaxing spray
09/24/2011
jakhammer jakhammer
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Originally posted by jakhammer
numbing is not good , you want to get some natural or organic relaxing spray
i like orange scent
09/24/2011
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