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Privacy variety cost: Some people are embarrassed about their need or desire to use a sex toy. Buying it online avoids the need for a face to face purchase through a conventional store. Buying anything online tends to offer you a wider variety of choices and frequently a better price, but perhaps less convenient service. If your toy is defective, you will probably have to mail it back to the vendor which takes time. ...Read more
Vaginal fluids: Definitely yes - especially if one of the partners has a vaginal infection that can be transmitted by the fluids. ...Read more
Not if careful: Firstly anal intercourse must be consensual. Recipient partner needs to relax anal sphincter as much as possible, best to use water soluble lubricant or a neutral oil ; initial insertion should be slow ; gentle. Anal intercourse should not be harmful under these conditions. ...Read more
Hsv2+.Outbreak 3 mo into unprotected sex w/partner.Had no sex relations 5 yrs prior. Ex penetrated once briefly w/condom. Both men Neg.How'd I get it?
It's unlikely: that you have had herpes prior to being with this new partner last 3 months, as you would have had at least one outbreak when you first got it. The key is unprotected intercourse, though it's been known to happen even with condoms on. Regardless of how your partner reacts to this news, it is hard to pin this on anyone else. You can be sure that both of you have it now though... ...Read more
Very low, no worries: STDs are rarely if ever transmitted by contact of this sort. Intact skin, of the scrotum or anywhere else, is not likely to either transmit or catch any STD unless secretions, bacteria, etc are massaged into the skin, e.g. with vigorous friction. Skin to skin STDs (HSV, HPV, syphilis) can be transmitted despite condom, but that's mostly from skin friction with the penis, above the condom. ...Read more
Anal sex = anal sex: The label gay does not necessarily imply any specific sexual behavior. It connotes attractions and self-identification with a cultural group. Men who engage in anal intercourse may identify as gay, bisexual or heterosexual. Studies of men who have sex with men (msms) have shown that up to 75% of those men identify as heterosexual. It is important not to conflate identity with behavior. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hiv risk with oral sex no ejaculation. unprotected vaginal sex without ejaculation. little to no precum. 6 years ago. ?
Have an HIV test: Assuming you're a woman with male partners, the chance of HIV is extremely low from just 2 exposures, especially if partner(s) not gay, bisexual, or injection drug users. But the answer to your concern about it is to have an HIV test. If these are your only HIV risks, you can definitely expect a negative result, after which you can stop worrying about it. Good luck! ...Read more
Hiv risk of unprotected oral sex and vaginal sex. separate incidents. no ejaculation. little to no pre ejaculate.
Use a condom!: All forms of unprotected sex leave both partners at higher risk for HIV, as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually transmitted diseases leave you more vulnerable to acquiring HIV. When you have unprotected sex, it is easy for semen, vaginal/rectal fluid or blood infected with HIV to enter your system, no matter the amount. ...Read more
The degree of: risk depends on the time the Plan B was taken. Even if the male did not ejaculate - pre-ejaculate could have been released. Plan B One-Step is up to 89 % effective when taken within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex. It can reduce chance of pregnancy by up to 95% if used within 24 hours. It continues to reduce the risk of pregnancy up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex, but is less ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A call for therapy: Hopefully, this situation has not gone far for a good Marital Therapist to guide you both toward a way to answer this ring-tone. (sorry for the puns). But before things get worse between you, consider couple's sessions and possibly sex-therapy. I may be hard not to be hurt and angry, but if you can, it will help. If things are already too bad - you still can benefit from individual counseling. ...Read more
3/16/14unprotected sex with 1guy. 3/20 sex with other man unprotected. 3/17took levonogestrel. Previous menstuation 1/31 & 3/4/14..Who fatheredmychild?
Wiped my penis after sex with condom.after 1 hour touched her skin near vagina with my penis.washed ourselves. had sex again with condom. pregnant ???
Ony way to know: If your penis was completely dry when you touched it near her vagina after sex the first time, the likelihood of getting sperm inside her is low and obviously using a condom the second time is helpful in preventing pregnancy if used perfectly. But the only way to know for sure if she is pregnant or not is for her to take a test around the time of her expected period. ...Read more