Anus and Rectum »

… should not be excessively large or they can cause serious damage. The anal sphincter may be ruptured, with bleeding and faecal incontinence resulting. Ruptures in deeper parts of the rectum can result in major abdominal infections and even death.

Remember too that any object used in penetration can become infected and should not put into contact with e.g. the vagina or mouth afterwards, or cross-infection can occur.


Proctitis is an inflammation of the rectum …