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Anal Broken Condom Csw
Attempted anal, but no penetration. Had a condom on during the attempt. Hurts when I cough sometimes. How long will it last?
More info needed: We need more information- the location of your pain-to help answer your question. ...Read more
These are mostly closed end tubes of latex and occasionally other materials to cover the penis during intercourse and prevent pregnancy and disease transmission. A wise person uses them when the history of their partner is unknown. There are some available for women's use ...Read more
Not recommended: The sexual practice described has a high likelihood of introducing bacteria that usually reside in the digestive tract into the vagina. This raises the possibility of a vaginal infection that would require medical treatment. Thorough cleaning is recommended whenever moving from anal to another form of intercourse. ...Read more
Gf and i try anal sex and than regular sex with the same condom what can happen?First time doing this...
First time trying anal sex with gf but we use the same condom for regular sex ..What can happen?And what can we do now after it happen?
Contamination: The bowel has a tremendous number of germs and some fungus that cause vaginal infections. E.Coli and Candida Albicans are two main culprits. If you want to avoid vaginal infections by these germs, never use the same condom. After exposure, you just have to wait and see if it becomes infected. Treatment would be needed if it does. ...Read more
My bf told me he wanted to try anal the other day so tonite I got a lubed condom and fingered myself There was some blood on the condom but no pain?
Not normal but: Not unusual as the anal canal has significant vascularity or blood vessels including your hemorrhoids and any unusual trauma can cause bleeding, infection and actual damage too the anal sphincter mechanism which can be a very difficult thing to treat. I would avoid anal intercourse if possible. ...Read more
Check package: Unless the manufacturer specifically states it is not--the condom does not 'know' how it is being used, and should be ok. ...Read more