I had come across lot of negative things regarding the anal sex after I had only once with only sex partner.
I did not use condome during the only anal sex , it was bit painful for my partner and immediately after insertion of penis in the anus I have been pushed back to take it out.
I am not anymore interested having it again because of negative effects of it.
My concerns are;
1. Could one time anus sex bring infections or deaseases?
Yes it can, some people think butt sex is a way to escape sexually transmitted diseases, but in reality, it is the best place to get std's.
If you are worried she had any std's, you should resume in getting tested currently, but also in another 4-6 months, as std's can take a long time to show up.
If you eventually find a partner who you know is free of std's and you can trust, anal sex doesn't have to be a negative thing, you just have to use lots of lube, and be gently at first, while it stretches. Some women simply don't enjoy the feel of it, but some women, once the initial stretching is gently worked through, absolutely love it. Sometimes, if they really don't like the pain, it might help to get the initial stretching done fast, with a shove.
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