Up until recently I was super skeptical about anal, I had heard all these horror stories about it and really didn't want to try it. Well as it happens I did try it and the one horror story I didn't read, about was vaginal infections from anal to vaginal sex. I didn't know you weren't supposed to do that so, without a second thought I did. Anyway. Recently I've been experiencing some vaginal itching and I googled it to see if maybe I could find some answers. And found out that anal to vaginal sex is a big 'no no'. Im not in any pain and its been a while since I had anal sex and the itching has started more recently. Could the itching be related to that at all? I have some vagisil and when I use that It feels better. What kinds of symptoms should I be on the look out for? Is there anything other then vagisil that I should be using? Or something that works better?
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