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  • wuzonce2
    Posts: 1
    Ok America: I have tried for a number of weeks to make this item work; both sizes! No go
    The book says to insert the item half way and it will find its way in to the anus; no go. Little mother will do nothing but fall out.

    Contractions? again the item (both sizes) will do nothing but fall out of my anus. The only way to insure that this does not happen is to lie on my back.
    WHAT AM I DOING WRONG?
    I have followed all the instructions including copious amounts of lube, KY and WET. HELP
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Is it possible that the Aneros is not fully inserted? One way to know, is if the abutment tab is pressing firmly on your perineum. The way that the Aneros is designed, with the larger end going in first, followed by a tapered part, takes advantage of the musculature of the anal sphincter. The sphincter's default position, so to speak, is closed. As your anus begins to engage the beginning of the tapered part of the Aneros the closing force that the sphincter exerts is normally enough to make the device slide on in! As the external portion of the anus is closed against the smallest part Aneros, the larger end of the unit acts like a stopper on the internal anal region. It should be more or less locked in.

    I have seen comments from one user in particular some months ago that was having a problem inserting the device all the way. MGX, SGX, all copiously lubed, try as he might, he could not get them in all the way. Obviously anatomical variations can and do play a role here. In another instance there were comments from an individual who had engaged in what is sometimes known as expansion wherein some fairly large objects are inserted into the anus and rectum. This process can in some cases leave the practicioner with diminished muscle tone shall we say, in this area. It seemed as though he just couldn't get a grip.

    First determine if you are able to have full and complete insertion of the Aneros (by hand insertion). If not, you might want to investigate some gradual relaxation techniques for the mind, body and...anus. Very often such techniques can be of benefit when trying something new like this, in particular if you are new to anal play . If you are not new to anal play, I would be curious to know what type and size of toys you've worked with in the past. Have you ever used butt plugs for example. Like the Aneros, plugs are tapered and designed to be almost self inserting at a given point and lock themselves in.

    B Mayfield
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    Originally Posted By: B Mayfield
    Is it possible that the Aneros is not fully inserted? One way to know, is if the abutment tab is pressing firmly on your perineum. The way that the Aneros is designed, with the larger end going in first, followed by a tapered part, takes advantage of the musculature of the anal sphincter. The sphincter's default position, so to speak, is closed. As your anus begins to engage the beginning of the tapered part of the Aneros the closing force that the sphincter exerts is normally enough to make the device slide on in! As the external portion of the anus is closed against the smallest part Aneros, the larger end of the unit acts like a stopper on the internal anal region. It should be more or less locked in.

    I have seen comments from one user in particular some months ago that was having a problem inserting the device all the way. MGX, SGX, all copiously lubed, try as he might, he could not get them in all the way. Obviously anatomical variations can and do play a role here. In another instance there were comments from an individual who had engaged in what is sometimes known as expansion wherein some fairly large objects are inserted into the anus and rectum. This process can in some cases leave the practicioner with diminished muscle tone shall we say, in this area. It seemed as though he just couldn't get a grip.

    First determine if you are able to have full and complete insertion of the Aneros (by hand insertion). If not, you might want to investigate some gradual relaxation techniques for the mind, body and...anus. Very often such techniques can be of benefit when trying something new like this, in particular if you are new to anal play . If you are not new to anal play, I would be curious to know what type and size of toys you've worked with in the past. Have you ever used butt plugs for example. Like the Aneros, plugs are tapered and designed to be almost self inserting at a given point and lock themselves in.

    B Mayfield


    Is it posssible that the item is not fully inserted? The book says insert it half way and let it find its way in...
    I have inserted it fully an it just will NOT do anything but eject. It would seem that there is going to be a long \"period of adjustment\"