Anal Sex and Infection
Can anal sex transmit sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or cause infections?
Kate says she had anal sex with her boyfriend and
now has a vaginal infection. Abby helps Kate understand the infection and sexually
transmitted disease risks associated with anal sex and leads her to a
physician for proper diagnosis and medical treatment for the infection.
Question about Anal Sex Leading to Infection
Topic: anal sex, vaginal infection, std
My boyfriend and I have had anal sex and now I have a vaginal infection. Should
I go to the doctor or is there something over the counter that I can take that
would help? Kate
Anal Sex and Infection Answers and Advice
Anal sex and infections are very serious. You should go and see your health
care provider as soon as possible to get the proper medicines for your specific
infection(s) and/or STDs. As youngsters, we all should've been taught the
importance of simply wiping front to back after going to the bathroom, right?
The same with sex... NEVER NEVER go from anal sex to vaginal sexual
intercourse. There are some very serious infections and sexually transmitted
diseases that can occur with this activity.
I would definitely advise you to see your physician so that you get the
proper medicine, as you may need fungal, bacterial or both medicines to treat
the infection(s) and/or STDs you may have after this anal sex experience. Then
you can only get these prescriptions from a physician to treat the infections or
luck and please be safe!!!
--- Abby - Abby's Sexual Health