Structures Of The Anus And Rectum

 
Welcome to this support page from my prostate milking resource.   This page contains important stuff you’ll need to know about the anal and rectal structures you will encounter during milking.

    You won’t be able to see most of them, but you   (and your milk-ee)  will certainly be able to  feel  them.   :)

In my as-yet unrequited love affair with brevity  (I’m working on it)  I cut out a humungous number of rants.   Most of these were about having to do this huge bunch of work creating this thing, on account of what I felt were serious omissions in the currently available literature on the subject.

Some of these rants were going to be on this page.   But what with the brevity attraction and all, I cut them out.   But wait  -  all is not lost!

I made a separate page of the rants I  sort of accidentally spewed  composed during the construction of this resource.   Practically every page had at least one rant created during its construction, and those have all gone on their own separate page.   It’s sort of like one of those out-take thingys.   Anyhow, you can go read them at your leisure, if you want.

So, now back to our regularly scheduled  (rantless)  programming.
 

Stuff About The Tissue Slides

The ano-rectal junction certainly features bigly when getting at the prostate.   However it is also an important anatomical landmark.   Although there are some similar anatomical structures on both sides of the line, their differences are defined by which side of the junction they’re on.

Haemorrhoids are a good example of this.   Rectal haemorrhoids are perfectly normal and painless, whereas anal haemorrhoids  (as some of you will be unfortunate enough to know)  can hurt like a  really  hurty thing!   You’ll see a rectal haemorrhoid in the image of the ano-rectal junction from the NTU College of Medicine.

Ok, moving swiftly on…
 
 
Important Information

  • The original colours of these tissue samples were completely different when they were living in a human body.
  • These thin  (in some cases one cell deep)  tissue shavings mounted on slides were stained using various methods and materials.
  • The details of the staining are peripheral to our purposes.
  • The colours of these tissue samples are from the dyes designed to more clearly visibilise the structures.
  • Which they do.   Just so you know.
  • ps:   This is different to fake tan, k?   Just so we’re clear.   :)

So, the staining in the slide images reveals the structures which contribute to function.
 
 

First Things First – Wash Your Hands

Hand cleansing chart from the World Health Organisation.

Hand cleansing chart, © World Health Organization 2008. All rights reserved. Used here with kind permission.

First:   It is vitally important to maintain meticulous and thorough hygiene related practices throughout milking.

(and yay, we’ve got all kinds of informative pages telling you all about that, so you may relax now)     ;)
 

Many thanks to the World Health Organization for their handy hand cleansing chart.

Ok, now on with the show. :)
 

 

5 Responses to Structures Of The Anus And Rectum

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  3. Kyoko Katayama says:

    hahaha Why the heck would you even think of washing your hands BEFORE you stick your finger up somebody’s asshole to milk the prostate? The only thing that your finger will contact is the inside of the rectum which is teeming with bacteria. You should re-label your handwashing diagram to read “And Last of All, Wash Your Hands”.

    • Despite your wording, that’s actually a good question.

      One of the most important jobs the epithelium in the rectum and colon has evolved to do is to absorb remaining nutrients from waste material so that as much nutrition as possible is absorbed from food. As part of this function the epithelial layer is incredibly thin with a rich blood supply. Many blood vessels are located near the surface and bleeding can occur easily.

      So the epithelium in the rectum and colon is highly absorbtive, but it doesn’t discriminate between what gets absorbed. Some drugs are administered rectally because it’s one of the fastest ways to get the drug into the body’s systems. And this is why STI transmission is so much more likely with anal sex than with other kinds of penetrative sex.

      So whilst your partner may transmit bacteria to you onto your hands, and you may subsequently infect yourself through contact with your hands if you don’t wash them afterwards, any pre-existing bacteria on your hands prior to contact is likely to be absorbed very quickly into your partner’s body through the rectum and colon, and could easily cause problems.

      Transmission in these circumstances is a two way street. Yes you can experience problematic contact with bacteria from your partner’s rectum and colon, but your partner can likewise experience problematic contact with bacteria from your hands. And if that contact happens, he is likely to experience problems much more quickly than you will. So yes, hand washing afterwards is definitely important, but hand washing before contact is every bit as important.

      I hope that answered your question?

  4. SG69 says:

    I work partly in a lab using acids, alkalis, organic chemicals. I’m more than certain my partner would want me to wash my hands first! and I don’t always wear blue nitrile gloves to work in. acid+finger+ass= not good! Always wash! Great advice Lubyanka as ever! SG x

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