Last week I had unprotected anal sex with my boyfriend. He came in me, and I washed myself. I had a pregnancy scare because of how close the anus and the vagina is (although I'm more convinced now that I'm not pregnant). Two days ago, a few drops of blood came out after I urinated. Today, I had a few drops of blood again along with a burning feeling and I felt I needed to urinate more often. Can someone tell me what's going on?
Yes, you have most probably gotten a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). This will cause an urge to pee (even when you don't really have any urine in your bladder), blood in the urine and burning! Exactly the symptoms you have. Just go to the doctor and they'll give you some atibiotics.
Guys I reall need help. I'm a virgin, never had vaginal sex but last week I had anal sex with my boyfriend and it wasn't our first time. When we finished I went toilet things were fine but later when I was wiping myself I was bleeding a little. So just wanted to know if I have lost my virginity as in has my cherry been popped? :s please I need some advice,, thank you
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