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Hi Domina,

I am male, 34, 180 lbs, and feel very well.  Due to ulcerative colitis, I had my entire large colon removed.  Furthermore, a J-Pouch was created inside of me.  Can you recommend an Aneros (or any other brand) sex toy for my situation.  I am a beginner and my budget is $150 CAD.  

Thanks,

SK in Ottawa

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Hello SK,

Thank you for your question.

From the little that I have read about your condition and having anal stimulation after surgery, it is not recommended.  

"If you have the J-Pouch, the answer to the anal sex question is unfortunately, NO. The J-Pouch is sewn right to the anal canal. This provides almost no room for a toy to pass through, as the small intestine is very narrow (the width of a drinking straw, or your pinky finger at most). It is also not as elastic as the rectum, so cannot stretch as freely when an object is inserted. There’s also the concern of the suture site being right there, and any stretching can certainly drastically increase the risk of a tear. If it wouldn’t be the visceral skin that is torn, it could possibly be any suture holding the J-Pouch in place, creating the effect of a rupture in the intestinal lining...."

I would first contact your doctor and see what they say about the dangers are or concerns.

If they say it is ok, then I would start with a small finger first, to see if you can accommodate it and how it feels.  If that is okay, and your doctors says ok, you could try the smallest Aneros which is the SGX model.  From Aneros:

"The SGX is our smallest model. It was originally developed for the Asian market and is geared towards men 5’6” and shorter, but this does not mean that our other models would be too large. Like the MGX, it has a balanced head and ribbed stem with a thick, standard perineum tab. The SGX is for men of all experience levels, but users getting good results from the SGX will want to move to a larger model. Due to its smaller size, it may be a good starter model for men apprehensive about prostate stimulation."

However, I would be cautious about using anything that is ribbed, or with a thick base.  You may want to try another anal toy that is thinner and smooth. You want to avoid anything that could rupture or stretch the intestinal lining.

Again, I'm not a doctor, so don't feel that I can fully advise you on this subject unfortunately.  Seek the advise of a doctor first, and then start small.

Hope that helps,
Domina

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I am your Personal Pleasure Guide and I can answer questions about any sex toy on the market, including toys for women, men, transgender, bi, gay, lesbian or other. My specialties include women's sexuality, sexual pleasure and sex toys for women, including the G-spot, body safe lubricants, sex toy materials, including those to avoid. I also know a lot about men's sex toys include dolls, c-rings, prostate stimulators, anal toys, and masturbators. I have extensive knowledge about bondage and kink toys including proper and safe usage, as well as sex toys for couples and romance products to help spice up and enhance your relationship. In addition to sex toys, I am very knowledgeable about sexuality, the sexual response cycle, and sexual anatomy, so can advise you on the best toys for specific body parts and how to use them for maximum benefit. I have tested numerous sensation and stimulating creams as well, so can advise on these type of products, if they work, how to use them, and what products to avoid. If you are wondering about a product comparison, I can give you my honest opinion on many varieties of a similar toy type, including pros and cons of each. In addition to sex toy questions, I do have a lot of knowledge about human sexuality and relationships as well and have answered questions about open relationships, erectile dysfunction, and other issues. If I don't have the answer myself, I will find it for you, as well as other resources to check out. My G+ Profile is here- https://plus.google.com/u/0/116207828728706505588?rel=author

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As as pleasure consultant, I have worked for 6 years in various sex toy shops, including brick and mortar shops where I advised customers on what types of toys they may like to purchase, as well as educating them on the toys and sexuality in general. For the past 5 years I have honestly reviewed over 1000 sex toy products, including creating a guide to body safe lubes (paraben and glycerin free), written articles on sex toy materials and some known toxins, sex toy safety, glass toys and their safety, Eco-friendly sex toys, sex toys for women, men and couples to share. I have an established sex toy review blog with over 5000 articles, reviews and sexual information posts, and have gained a reputation as a sex toy expert.

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6 years working in the sex toy industry 5 years reviewing sex toys and writing articles on sexuality BFA and a BA Numerous workshops on sexuality and sex toys in general.

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Governor General's Award for the highest GPA

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My main emphasis is writing sex educational review of sexuality products for the adult public via my blog and various other publications. I have also written articles and product descriptions for various sex toys shops including Sextoy.com, TabuToys, Pink Cherry, Babeland, Good Vibes, Vibrator.com, MyTickleSpot, as well as numerous specialty shops and manufacturers of quality sex toy products. Manufacturers include Lelo, We-Vibe, Cal Exotics, Pipedreams, Sportsheets, Ruby Glass, Happy Valley, Fun Factory, Vibratex, Liberator, Adam & Eve, Dr Laura Berman Intimate Basics, Big Teaze Toys, Tantus and more.

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