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I had protected anal sex (receiving) on December 4. Shortly after, I developed a yeast infection on my anus as diagnosed by planned parenthood. Treated with antifungal cream and went away. For a week now, I've had pain in my urethra. Neg. UTI. ?

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Dr. Hunter Handsfield
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Separate problems

You cannot get a urethral/penile STD from receptive anal sex.
But if the sexual contact, or another recent contat, include urethral/penile exposure, perhaps that's the explanation. Any discharge? Painful urination? Penile blisters, sores, etc? Return to the clinic for additional evaluation. Good luck!

In brief: Separate problems

You cannot get a urethral/penile STD from receptive anal sex.
But if the sexual contact, or another recent contat, include urethral/penile exposure, perhaps that's the explanation. Any discharge? Painful urination? Penile blisters, sores, etc? Return to the clinic for additional evaluation. Good luck!
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