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Protected Anal Peregnancy
I'm 17 and im a vrgn, 3 days before I had anal symptoms it was the first time. I didn't use smth protective, I heard there are chances to get prgnnt, is this true?
You cannot get pregnant from anal sex. In order to get pregnant, sperm must be present in the vaginal canal.
It is best, however, to use a condom with anal sex and extra lubrication (water-based) to protect yourself from sexual transmitted infections, but also protect your anal tissues from damage. ...Read more
By using: Condoms.Get a more detailed answer ›
Meaning of clean?: If by clean you mean no sign of infection, you may still be putting yourself at risk if you're not using any protection. A person can be infected with hiv, hpv, herpes, and other stds with no outward signs. Why risk getting an infection that may be life-long or life-threatening? Speak with your partner about using condoms. Maybe you can make it easier by making them part of sex play. ...Read more
Recently I discovered small white bubbles around my anus walls. They don't' itch or hurt. I've only had protected sex. Any ideas? I am freaking out :/
Anal bubbles: This is best evaluated by your primary doctor who will perform a visual examination and a physical examination ...Read more
Can the anus pull in something from the outside, like 3 square toilet paper to protect the underwear?
Not internally: If you wanted to fold the tp and put in the intergluteal cleft (between cheeks), that might work, but nothing internal. Is problem leakage, which needs GI eval? Or partial cleaning, that might just need flushable wet wipes? ...Read more
I have tear on my anus from protected anal sex what do I need to do to keep it from getting infected?
Unfortunately I had a protected sex with a hooker 1 weeks ago. (no oral and anal) if she have a hiv, how many percent can I get infected?
Not likely: It is not likelyGet a more detailed answer ›
I just shaves around my anus for the first time, since then, multiple painful puss filled bumps appeared. I have protected sex, but could it be herpes?
See doctor ASAP: It would be helpful to know more. If the bumps arec exactly where you shaved and nowhere else, and started within a day or two, it's probably a superficial infection related to shaving. If they started 2-5 days after sex, and if the sex included contact with your anal area, herpes may be quite likely. Best to be examined ASAP; if herpes, diagnostic tests are most accurate within 1-2 d of onset. ...Read more
Discomfort: Different possibilities. Trauma from the act itself. Presence or absence of lubricant. Certain lubricants may irritating to rectal tissue, irritation to internal hemorrhoids, std. Depending type of condom & strength condom, std remains a possibility. See your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
Very low: If it's truly protected, with an unbroken condom, the risk is extremely low. ...Read more
Definite but small!: Chances exist, but would be small!Get a more detailed answer ›
I have had anal sex all protected each time, will I catch HPV still even if none of my sex partners have HPV?
After protected anal sex could you possiable push out a white substances that looks like cum but its not could it be from the lube and body fluid?
Yes.: The anal intercourse may lead to production of excess mucus that may resemble cum. The combination of lube and body fluids could also contribute the appearance of cum like discharge. ...Read more
Can the anus pull something in like folded toilet paper in between butt cheeks to protect underwear? Asked this a few min ago, more details on? Now
Yes: One can use a liner between skin and underwear. It could also be kleenex or other paper product. ...Read more
Low...: The chances of acquiring an HIV infection from anal intercourse are very low if a condom is used. Addition of a spermicidal lubricant can also help to diminish the likelihood of HIV transmission. Condoms need to be used every time and not sporadically in order to be most effective and diminishing chances of spreading sexually transmitted diseases. ...Read more
I had protected anal sex on jan 12 I have taken 5 ora quick test and the last one at 10 weeks could I still have HIV?
Probably not: Both the protected sex and the last test at >4 weeks from exposure would suggest against HIV infection. Nothing will make the chance absolute zero; that being said, your likelihood of having HIV with the scenario (and assuming, of course, properly done tests) is infintesmally low. ...Read more
Me and my fiancé never have protected vaginal and when he had it anal he got chlamydia but not with just vaginal why?
Testing interval: This is a very complex question. Chlamydia does not have to have any symptoms. You can have chlamydia and never know it. So if you only test after anal sex then it's possible that you could've had chlamydia even after vaginal sex but not have noticed. You also have to wonder if your partner has been faithful if she didn't have chlamydia before but now all of a sudden has it. ...Read more
I had protected anal sex on jan 12 I have taken 5 ora quick test and they all have been negative. Thelast one at 10 weeks could I still have HIV?
Me and ex bf has protected anal sx 2 times condom came down halfway we both haven't got hiv but my new bf had unprotected with ex if I hv sx new hiv?
No HIV risk, but...: Condoms are protective as long as the head of the penis and urethral opening are covered. "Coming down halfway" doesn't significantly increase HIV risk. Second, heterosexually transmitted HIV is rare in the UK; it is very unlikely your partner has been infected if he doesn't have sex with other men. But it sounds like you and partner have high risk sexual lifestyles, so have an STD checkup. ...Read more
I've been having anal sex but without proper lubrication and I got tears in my anus so I put Neosporin in my anus too protect from infection this ok?
Neosporin is probably okay for this, but I would add soaking in warm water with epsom salts and increasing your fluid and fiber intake.
I don't have to tell you to practice safe sex and use adequate lubrication in the future, but I will anyway. Please take care of yourself. Those tears increase your risk of sexually transmitted disease. ...Read more
I had protected anal sex but I have this tear around my anus. What do I need to do to keep from getting HIV or an infection.?
Stay protected: I take it that you mean by the word protected that you are using condom. It gives you decent but not complete level protection against hiv. Anal tear however is likely to get infected by stool bacteria. Would see a doctor for evaluation and antibiotics. Cannot rule out that what you call a tear is actually herpes ulcers from earlier exposure that is just deactivating on you now. ...Read more
I'm worried I have HPV in the opening of my anal area these bumps are rough and bumpy like and in one spot I have had anal sex all protected?
IT IS TIME: Foer a physician to look at this please. ...Read more
My boyfriend and I didn't use protection, he went from my anal to my vagina and ended up ejaculating in my anal, is there a chance I can be pregnant?
If he ejaculated in: Anus and did not leak anything in the vagina, then no but you should be worried about getting a vaginal, cervical or pelvic infection because the rectum has bacteria that can cause a bad female organ infection and anal sex can damage the rectum and rectal sph., a condom should always be used if you do have anal sex and you should never go from the anus to the vagina, I recommend no anal sex. ...Read more
I had protected anal sex on jan 12 and my partner found out he was HIV postive so I took two oralquick home test on january 31 and february.4 am iok?
I had protected anal sex two days ago and I have a tear from the guy trying to go in to fast or being to big. What do I need to do to keep it from getting infected. Also I had unprotected sex six years ago but the guy didn't cum inside me. If I had a inf
Rectal tear: Change your diet to avoid any roughage that will allow you to have a bm without stretching the tissues. Using rectal sup. With Hydrocortisone before each bm is also helpful, and sit is a warm bath after bm to clean the area. Unsure about the rest your question because you didn't finish it. ...Read more
Yes: I am glad you are being safe. It is good to be checked yearly, even if your risk is very low. ...Read more