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.

Related Questions

I have anal warts after unprotected anal sex with a monogamous parter. Both of us tested negative for STDs and HIV prior to becoming monogamous.?

Warts not always. Warts are not always obvious, and can be at other locations, and possibly spread. This is what you can discuss with your physician. It is possible your partner has warts that are not visible. Read more...
It could happen. Negative STD testing often means that the curable ones are not present. Genital warts are caused by a strain of HPV that they can hibernate in the human system and reeactivate (never cured). If they didn't do a specific serum test for HPV exposure they would never find it.This strain is only suspected when the warts are found, and the primary infection can be treated or clear on its own. Read more...

Are u less likely to contract HIV from vaginal entercourse if u never had any STD compared to unprotected anal sex if one partner is HIV positive?

Depends. For males, contracting HIV from anal sex is much more likely if he is receiving than giving the anal sex. In the case of vaginal sex for the male, he is less likely to contract HIV than the female. For females, her chances are greater with vaginal than anal sex, but much greater overall than the male, especially if he ejaculates within her unprotected by a condom. Other stds play no role. Read more...

I had sex 1 week ago unprotected and 5 days later got jaw pain that worsened and slight anal itching. But I never did anal sex can any std give these?

Doubt STD, but... These symptoms almost certainly have nothing to do with your recent sexual exposure. That said, "unprotected" and your selection of STD among your topic tags, show you are worried this was a high risk exposure. Therefore, you definitely should see a doctor for exam and testing. But not because of these particular symptoms. Read more...