Hello. I get this white creamy (i think) discharge when I have anal sex. I ALWAYS use condom when I have anal sex. I don't allow my partner to discharge inside me. I always ask my partner to withdraw and still discharge in his condom. I am paranoid about it. I'm scared to death. I actually scooped out the white creamy substance when I did a bowel movement just to see what it is. It looks like its semen but I know it's not because I never allow my partner to discharge inside my anus. Please let me know what is wrong with me. I hope this is not any sexually transmitted disease because I always, ALWAYS use protected sex. Thank you.
Thank you so much for your thoughts. I am very careful and I don't want to give it to my boyfriend, which i'm sure I wouldn't because we use condom when we have sex anyway. So you don't think this is an STD? I made a doctor's appointment to make sure. I did my research and I don't have the symptoms or signs of an STD. I am open for more insight. Thank you
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