Pros cons of anal douche

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Aside from calling your best mate a "douche", how often do you really hear people talk about anal douching? I write about sex all day and can confirm, I rarely hear those two very important words uttered. But, anal douching is a key part of sex for many people - well, those who are into butt stuff , anyway. Human sexuality expert Dr. Jill McDevitt, from CalExotics , explains everything you need to know before using an anal douche. Put simply, anal douching is rinsing out the rectum.

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What Are the Pros and Cons of Using a Douche? (with pictures)

While gel-formulated Rectal Microbicides RM are the first to enter clinical trials, rectal douching in preparation for anal intercourse is a common practise, thus RMs formulated as douches may be a convenient alternative to gels. This qualitative study examined thoughts regarding douches, their use as a RM and current douching practises among men who have sex with men and transgender women. Focus groups and interviews were recorded, transcribed verbatim and coded; text relating to rectal douching was extracted and analysed. Sociodemographic information was collected using a self-administered questionnaire.

What Are the Pros and Cons of Using a Douche?

There are both advantages and disadvantages of using a douche. The main advantage of douching is that it temporarily cleanses the vagina of discharge and unpleasant odor. Some women also believe that douching will help them avoid contracting a sexually transmitted infection STI and reduce their risk of pregnancy.
Men felt they might be willing to experience more inconvenience or greater discomfort if a particular method offered them greater protection against HIV than another. These findings, based on in-depth, qualitative interviews, come from a doctoral thesis by Will Nutland at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. This is the first study to compare the acceptability of different HIV prevention technologies in gay men in the UK.