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Is it safe to have unprotected anal sex and then unprotected vaginal sex right after? Heard its bad but my girlfriend has never had issues

Is it safe to have unprotected anal sex and then unprotected vaginal sex right after? Heard its bad but my girlfriend has never had issues

Whoah: There could be significant bacteria on the penis from the anal sex that could be introduced into the vagina. Great way for the female to develop an infection. ...Read more

Anus (Definition)

The anus is the opening of the rectum, through which stool and flatus are passed. The anal canal is about an inch in length, and is ...Read more


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Will unprotected anal sex cause problems?

Will unprotected anal sex cause problems?

It may: Anal receptive sex carries a # of risks. Trauma can lead to rectal prolapse, anal fissure, tearing of tissues, ^ hemorrhoid sxs ; anodyspareunia (pain). Unprotected anal receptive sex has ^ risk for transmission of infections due to rectal microorganisms as well std's due to tearing of delicate tissues. Anilingus (oral – anal sex) is also associated w potential transmission of infections. ...Read more

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What can happen if you have unprotected anal sex?

What can happen if you have unprotected anal sex?

Anal Receptive Sex: Carries a # of risks. Trauma can lead to rectal prolapse, anal fissure, tearing of tissues, ^ hemorrhoid sxs & Anodyspareunia (pain). Unprotected anal receptive sex has ^ risk for transmission of infections due to rectal microorganisms as well STD's due to tearing of delicate tissues. Anilingus (oral – anal sex) is also associated w potential transmission of infections. ...Read more

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I was the top during unprotected anal sex and my partner said that he got tested and is negative should I be worried?

I was the top during unprotected anal sex and my partner said that he got tested and is negative should I be worried?

May be: Were having sex with a man? Even if you were not, it is a good idea to have safe sex. To be sure you should get tested and repeat the tests in 6 months, of you stay in a monogamous relationship. You're being on top or bottom will not materially affect your risk of getting STDs. You may consult this site for safer sex guidelines.
http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/healthlibrary/conditions/gynecological_health/safer_sex_guidelines_85,P00585/ ...Read more

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I had unprotected anal sex but my partner did not cum inside the pulled out and he told me he didn't have anything. So could I have a disease?

I had unprotected anal sex but my partner did not cum inside the pulled out and he told me he didn't have anything. So could I have a disease?

Of course: Unprotected sex, especially anal receptive, is risky. Many diseases are transmitted without much in the way of symptoms. That includes hiv, herpes, syphilis, even gonorrhea, etc. If you are sure that your partner has no diseases, that's one thing. If you only take his word for it, well... ...Read more

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Do I need to test three months after unprotected anal sex? Was negative at one month no symptoms will I be fine?next month will be three months

Do I need to test three months after unprotected anal sex? Was negative at one month no symptoms will I be fine?next month will be three months

HIV right ?: No, the recommendations never took into account the rate of TOTALLY LYING ABOUT RISK BEHAVIORS. And, they were made prior to having tests for both the antibody and the viral DNA. PROBABLY one can test for both at 1 week for both but certainly by one month if the antibody and the viral DNA are both negative you are negative. Learn from bad feelingss ...Read more

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I had unprotected anal sex with my boyfriend... Could i be pregnant?

I had unprotected anal sex with my boyfriend... Could i be pregnant?

Yes: If you do not want to get pregnant — or if you have a desire to be protected from sexually transmitted diseases, always use condoms. If you are sure there are no potential diseases, other birth control methods exist. Have a test as soon as the test instructions advise and take care of yourself always. Good luck. ...Read more

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Hiv symptoms after having unprotected anal sex two weeks ago, what to do?

Hiv symptoms after having unprotected anal sex two weeks ago, what to do?

Go to the doctor: You did not describe your symptoms so I cannot comment. But you need an expert to be with you through this process. If by some fortunate luck you are not infected remember there is now a pill you can take that prevents HIV infection in 100% of the cases. Go get the right test and the right healthcare. Here is a place to find someone like me: http://www.glma.org. ...Read more

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What conditions other than HIV can be transmitted through unprotected anal sex?

What conditions other than HIV can be transmitted through unprotected anal sex?

STI: Any and all sti or stds can be passed through oral, vaginal or anal sex. Protection is a must prevent the spread of infections. ...Read more

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I had unprotected anal sex with my boyfriend last night. Is there any chances of me being pregnant?

I had unprotected anal sex with my boyfriend last night. Is there any chances of me being pregnant?

A very tiny chance: Women have more than one hole, but sperm must enter the correct hole in order to swim to the egg and create a pregnancy. Any activities in the wrong hole do not lead to pregnancy (unless other activities happen "in the heat of the moment"). One can consider using a reliable form of birth control if not wanting a baby, regardless of what sexual activities are going on, as life can be surprising. ...Read more

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What's the % of risks on anal sex? It was my first time and unprotected, I did not ejaculate inside her and it was her first time too.

What's the % of risks on anal sex? It was my first time and unprotected, I did not ejaculate inside her and it was her first time too.

Use protection: STD's, especially HIV, can be transmitted through anal sex, so condoms are a must protect yourself. The anal tissues are easily injured, and anal intercourse can cause bleeding as well as transmission of infectious agents. ...Read more

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Can you get HIV if both you and your partner don't have hiv? We have never been tested and are having unprotected anal sex for 3-4 years

Can you get HIV if both you and your partner don't have hiv?  We have never been tested and are having unprotected anal sex for 3-4 years

Unusual question: If both you and your partner "have never been tested", then it is impossible for both of you to say you don't have HIV- get tested since you or your partner may have HIV prior to the relationship. There is a risk of Infection if engaged in anal sex without a condom. If there is hesitation to get the test, then it's absolutely important to discuss it with each other. ...Read more

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Is it 100% sure I will be infected after an unprotected anal sex? It was my first time and hers too. And as soon as it hurted we stoped. No blood.

Is it 100% sure I will be infected after an unprotected anal sex? It was my first time and hers too. And as soon as it hurted we stoped. No blood.

Sex: Please clarify as to what infection you are referring to if your partner is known to have HIV then you are at risk on the other hand if you have a symptomatic gonzo rhea or chlymadia you certainly will give your partner those infections ...Read more

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Can STDs be gotten from unprotected anal sex?

Can STDs be gotten from unprotected anal sex?

Without a doubt: Any form of intercourse between people ccan lead to transmission of std's when one is infected and no protection used. This is not to even cover the potential for sphincter damage and control issues as a result of anal intercourse. ...Read more