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Adult sex toys have gone mainstream thanks to pop culture (Fifty Shades of Grey, anyone?), but do you know how to stay healthy while having fun in the bedroom?

What health considerations are important when purchasing anal sex toys?

First consider whether the item is designed to be a anal sex toy
A well-made sex toy should be smooth and unbreakable. It can be cleaned sufficiently. Some hard plastic toys–which are typically safe products–have a seam in the middle or a hole where a battery or cord protrudes. Avoid toys like this that have hard-to-clean parts.

Also make sure your sex toys are designed for the purpose for which you plan to use them.

What potentially hazardous materials should consumers avoid in Anal sex toys?

Sex toys are not approved, tested, or regulated by the FDA.They’re sold as novelty items.  And the vast majority of manufacturers don’t tell you what they put in their sex toys. This “mystery material” could be a health risk, but there’s no way of knowing for sure.

However, we do know that many soft rubber toys are made using phthalates, But Dont Worry About Amnaughty Sex Toys.

What’s the proper way to clean Anal sex toys?

Use a safe cleaner made specifically for sex toys. Like Classic Toy Cleaner, or mild soap and warm (not hot) water. Never submerge a battery-operated sex toy or an electric non-waterproof vibrator. You can boil silicone and Pyrex toys or run them through the dishwasher as long as they don’t have electrical components.

Many products can clean a toy, but leftover residue may be irritating later. If you have a vibrator that can’t be rinsed, wipe off the cleaning agent residue with a clean wet cloth. Liquid hand soap or dish soap is strong enough in most cases. Hydrogen peroxide is a fairly mild germicide. Silicone stands up to harsher chemicals like bleach better than other soft toys will, but the harsher the chemical, the more vital it is to ensure residue is rinsed off completely.

Is it safe to share anal sex toys? Can you get STDs from doing so?

If two healthy people are already sharing fluids through oral sex and intercourse, then there is likely no additional risk to sharing a sex toy if they are monogamous. However, STDS can be transmitted via sex toys, so it’s not a good idea to share sex toys with friends or roommates.

It’s safe if the toy has been adequately cleaned. Silicone, Lucite, glass, and metal are the easiest materials to clean. If it hasn’t been or can’t be adequately cleaned, then it’s possible to transmit an STD to a partner, especially if one person uses the item right after the other. But if one partner uses a toy on Halloween and the other uses it on New Year’s Eve, certain pathogens likely won’t survive the time span.

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