Category - anal
Oral contact with the anus can put both partners at risk for hepatitis, herpes, hpv, and other infections. Having anal sex can increase the risk of bacterial infection, pregnancy, and sexually transmitted infections, and it can worsen hemorrhoids. About 3 weeks ago i went on trimethoprim for 3 days for a bout of cystitus, from which i suffer frequently from! As per the recommended advice that antibio. Anon45386 i appreciate your reply and that you told us up front that you havent tried anal sex. Thats completely your business and you should only do whats right for you. Im curious though if its your opinion that anal sex is unsanitary in general, or if going further like we have done with switching back and forth is what you mean. Anal intercourse amongst heterosexuals is common in young people, 3 being practised by 24. 9 of women in the age group 2534 years in the uk, 4 and is often unprotected. It is more common in young women with a non-intact family structure and lower parental education, 5 but is certainly not confined to this group indeed, 7 of the 8 patients in this series were private patients. Heres a quick summary i had sex with a prostitute 3 and 6 weeks ago (same woman). She gave me unprotected oral sex, we kissed, and we engaged in protected anal sex. I know my risk is low but i got a doctor to prescribe medicine for gonorrhea and chlaymidia. I took 4 250mg zithromax (as one dose) and 1 750 mg levaquin. Antibiotics may be recommended for those with underlying diseases, such as diabetes, and those who have a suppressed immune system. An anal abscess is a painful condition in which a collection of pus develops near the anus. Most anal abscesses are a result of infection from small anal glands. I am currently on metronidazole 500mg for bv, and took a one time dose of azithromycin 4 days ago to treat chlamydia.