hi. so my girlfriend and i have been dating for a year and six months and have had intercourse many times and she is on birthcontrol. today during intercourse my penis slipped out of her vagina she says and went into her anis but just the tip she says for 2 (humps?). i was not wearing a condom and was just wondering if there is anything to worry about. i washed it off right after intercourse and also went pee. when i got home about 20 minutes later i put listering on it as i heard somewhere this could kill the bacteria. if anyone could answer this id appreciate it, thanks
Listering? On your Penis? Holey Crap that had to hurt.
Anal sex while yes can be dirty if her butt isn't cleaned doesn't mean you are going to get a bacterila infection right away. You can clean yourself with soap and water and be just fine. You may have a slight UTI if you don't clean or use the restroom right after. But its not going to cause an infection every time. Relax. If you get an infection not to hard to clear up with some antibotics.
If you are going to get HIV (which will give you AIDS) it will happen from normal vaginal sex. You need to sit down with your health teacher and have them explain STD's more in detail.
If you are worried about STD's get with your doctor and have a blood test run. Your partner should have one done as well. You can seek the assistance from your local city STD clinic and can even get more information on STD/STI transmission. If you can get it in the butt you can get it in the vagina too. Unprotected sex will and carried a high risk of catching STD's and other bundle of suprises.
Then if you are going to get something chances are you would have gotten it by now. If she has an STD you will get it chances are no matter what place you go into. Plus if youa re planning on not having kids might want to take a look into those condoms.
No what I am saying is if a person has an STD chances are you will get this from having vaginal sex or anal sex. It can happen either way. The only real difference is if the person has a bacterial infection then the infection is typically localized at one site (most women that is the vagina). You can get HIV from the vagina or the anus if the person has it.
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