If you had colorectal surgery, you will want to wait before resuming anal sex until your surgeon says it is safe. There are exceptions, so it is important to talk openly with your surgeon about returning to an active sex life. For her, being in a position on top may cause too much movement and pain, but alternative positions may be pain-free. American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists. Verywell Health uses only high-quality sources, including peer-reviewed studies, to support the facts within our articles. Are there other sexual activities we should try such as kissing, petting, or oral sex before progressing to intercourse? Do I need to avoid putting pressure on a certain area, such as an incision line? In other words, you may feel like you have recovered from surgery, but find that pain is present when you attempt to have intercourse. However, in some cases, pain can be avoided with some minor changes.
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