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Protected Anal Sex
Anal Sex: Anal sex is a common human sexual experience. There is no bad or good in medicine or science. Sometimes there is shame. Sometimes there are risks for common stds, just like other forms of sexual intercourse. Anal sex can take some time to get used to. But, for many humans, straight and gay and bisexual, this is a normal part of their sexual life. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had oral protected sex on the on the same condom had protected vaginal sex repeated 2 times changed condoms pregnant or hiv std vaginal bleed tok pil
Not normal: You may have sustained an injury from the activity, and if not treated can lead to serious infection and complications. On the other hand there may be a cause for the bleeding totally unrelated but coincidental with intercourse. Best to get a proper evaluation from a colon and rectal surgeon. ...Read more
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
Not if routine: Rectal bleeding following anal intercourse could be due to several causes. If the recipient is not accustomed to this practice. Or if the activity is exceptionally rough, and without proper lubrication and foreplay, there could be some tearing of the anal mucosa. Otherwise, bleeding could be an indication of internal or external hemorroids. If bleeding continues, consult with an appropriate dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibilities: Include a vaginal infection such as yeast or bacterial vaginosis, or an irritation reaction to something such as to a lubricant, or a raw area from chaffing from dryness. If you think it might be a vaginal infection - having more discharge plus itching or irritation or odor - you may need to see your doctor to tell what is going on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Question: Is your question, am i pregnant? Or is there the possibility that i could be pregnant? If you have sex, protected or not, there's always the chance of pregnancy due to birth control failure. If your question is, what are the chances of pregnancy 7days after period started, with protected sex, the answer is very low. Some women can and do ovulate as early as that, so using protection=good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just resume it...: Missing one pill is not that detrimental and the fact that you had protected relation, you are likely covered. Just resume the pill and i think you should be fine. I am so glad to learn that despite being on the pill, you used protection--it protects against sexually transmitted diseases! live well, live safely!good luck. ...Read more
Finished chlaymidia treatment. still have discharge and bleeding after sex. I received oral sex could that reinfect me? had protected vaginal sex???
Need more info: I'm not sure I understand the time line if events. When did you finish treatment ? When did you have sex after starting trwawnt? Did your partner get treated? Does he have sex with other people too? And yes oral sex can rarely spread chlamydia. Did you complete your course of antibiotics? What were u prescribed? ...Read more
I'm a guy - can I get HIV from getting an unprotected blowjob from a girl? I've never had unprotected insertive vaginal sex. I've never had anal sex.
Possible...: ...But very unlikely, unless you had an open sore on your penis and her mouth was bleeding. ...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
Anal Sex: Normal: This common sexual practice is used for many reasons including the situation you cite. Anal sex is also used in many cultures to preserve the hymen, and thus protect the "virginity' of the female partner. It can be a fun and powerful exercise to add to your sexual play. It takes some practice to get it right. I often recommend "the joy of sex" as an instruction manual to learn how to play safely. ...Read more