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Most of them: Singapore hospital have advance and modern surgical suits, most major hospital dose that. ...Read more
Depends: Are you talking same sex or opposite sex experience? Oral sex is usually w/out major risks unless the male is infected and may infect the recipient. The two most commonly encountered infections are hpv and gonorrhea. Anal sex if no condom used may lead to contamination of the penis with rectal flora resulting in infection. Also, microtraumas of the rectum are common (bleeding/hemorrhoids etc.). ...Read more
Does oral and anal sex really cause head/neck cancer as well as anal cancer? Are there risks involved if both parties are HPV free and monagomous?
Yes: Anal cancer and some types of head/neck cancer (mainly tonsil) are caused by hpv. If both parties are hpv free and monogamous then the risk would likely decrease, however studies of cervical samples in female college students show a very high rate of exposure at some point. So, monogamy at present wouldn't necessarily mean that there hadn't been prior exposure. ...Read more
What are typical complications associated with therapies for internal anal warts? Will therapies impact my sensitivity during anal sex?
What type of docs check for anal cancer where they get lube and swab their finger in peoples anal?
Primary, gyn, gi: If you are concerned about a mass in the anus them your primary care doctor or gyn can evaluate to determine of this is a true rumor or hemorrhoids. Male patients are evaluated after 40-50yo for prostate nodules with a digital rectal exam. If suspected a gastroenterologist or colorectal surgeon will need to evaluate the mass for biopsy and pathologic evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there an increased risk of HIV infection/other STIs for men & women with celiac disease; both those who are penetrated in anal sex, and those not?
Not really: There is a range of effects with celiac disease.Those who don't know can suffer poor health with impaired nutrition,irritable bowel syndrome,etc. Impaired healing & response to any illness might be expected.Once they get it under control by avoiding gluten & any cross reacting factors like food dyes,food allergies, their response to any illness is like anyone else. ...Read more
No evidence it does: There is no evidence that it promotes prostate health. ...Read more
I've had a negative colonoscopy and prostate/rectal sonogram, do they both detect anal cancer? Is anal cancer common?
Anal cancer: can be detected by direct rectal exam or anoscopy, without colonoscopy. Trananal prostate ultrasound does not detect anal cancer. Anal cancer is less common than colorectal cancer. If digital exam and colonoscopy are both negative, it is unlikely that you have anal cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Since poop is full of e. Coli, aren't those people who do anal sex getting themselves infected with e. Coli?
Anal sex, now much mucous from rectum. Recently diagnoised with Herpes 2, Does anal cavity need special treatment?
Possibly: Externals will bulge around the edge of the anus and are covered with skin. Internal can prolapse or protrude to the outside but are covered with mucosa similar to the inside of your cheek. If you have somnething protruding, get it checked by an expert before assuming it is hemorrhoids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does having an anal fissure increase chances of catching infections from toilet water splash in public bathrooms? What are names of such infections?
No.: This is not a common way to contract any infection at all. An anal fissure is internal and does not come in contact with most external sources. Toilet water itself can harbor e. coli and other colon bacteria, but these are often bacteria that already live in your gut. Anal fissures are more likely to become infected with your own fecal bacteria. If you are concerned, please see a doctor. ...Read more
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