Couple of months ago I went through this bicurious stage and I ended up having anal sex with another man that I barely just met. I was a bit tipsy, he ensured me that he was clean of any STDs. I gave him oral and let him penetrate me. Fast forward to now,
I have these weird bumps on my anus that causes a lot of itching, pain, and bleeding whenever I make a trip to the toilet. The only reason why i'm considering that this is not an STD is because my mouth/lip area is completely normal and fine even after performing oral.
If I have anal warts how else are they transferable aside from skin-skin contact?
Does anyone know or have a clue what I have or even how to fix it?
I went to a physical exam today, and the wart has gotten big up to the point where my doctor referred me to a surgeon.
I take it the sex was unprotected? These bumps sound more like hemorrhoids than warts but you've done the right thing by seeing a doctor so stick with that and see what they say. Let us know what the diagnosis is.
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