Is unprotected anal sex dangerous?

my bf have been into this & we are our 1st...is it still dangerous? Will we create any STDs?

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  • BubbaB
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
    Best answer

    There is a risk of a urinary tract infection (UTI) for the person being top. But that's rarely deadly or serious.

    There's also a risk of hepatitis if you happen to perform oral sex on your boyfriend after anal sex and before the penis has been cleaned.

    And, no, you won't "create" any STDs. Viruses do not spontaneously appear just because you're having sex.

    To reduce the risk of a UTI, make sure the anal area is clean. You may even consider (well, there's no nice way to say this...) douching to help clean out the rectum. But, nothing's going to get rid of *all* the bacteria and nasty bits.

    So, it looks like the basic advice is "Keep it Clean". :)

  • 1 decade ago

    .,Only if you want STD's most all Std,s and other dangerous infectious diseases are transmitted Anal to Mouth .Hepatitis,Meningitis, and so on You need to go to the library get some sex education.Don't always just assume that you are the first.Always use condoms what ever you do.The general rule is that when you have sex with one person you can consider you have had sex with at least 3 other people.And those 3 have had sex with 3 others and so on and on that is how Aids has become so infectious moving through our society so rapidly.If you question something in your own mind chances are it is wrong.Check it out always listen to that little question in your head .Be smart always use condoms and be informed .

    Source(s): R.N.
  • honey
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    You can't "create" a STD. If you are each others first, in everything, then you are fine STD-wise. But you should read up on the Internet about bacteria contamination and the right lubes, etc. so minimize the risk of problems.

  • 1 decade ago

    Any kind of sex is dangerous if it is unprotected. Just because someone is a virgin does not mean that they were not born with H.I.V. or Hepatitis. Think about it...all of the original out breaks were in the early 80's....so many of these people today that have A.I.D.S. now also have children who maybe teenager and young adults.....you need to be cautious even if someone says they have never had any kind of sex with any one.

    I just lost a young co-worker almost 2 years ago. She was 18, she died from the complications of A.I.D.S. She was born with it and lived with it for her whole life. We were all shocked to know that she had A.I.D.S. because when we first met her she DID NOT look unhealthy. So don't be fooled.....just be careful.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes, it's dangerous.

    If you and your partner are HIV-negative, not infected with other STDs, and monogamous, then unprotected anal sex would not put either of you at risk for sexually transmitted infections. However, contact with fecal matter will expose you to bacteria/germs.

  • 1 decade ago

    i guess if you guys havent ever had sex with anyone else it may be less dangerous ..you both need to be tested though just to be on the safe side

  • Tony B
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    1. Yes

    2. Probably

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes, and it's terribly depraved, as well. Get rid of the so-called "boyfriend" immediately, then proceed to get some sense, yourself.

    There used to be sodomy laws on the books, and wish we'd bring them back.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    the hygiene risk is higher,its always best to use condoms

  • 1 decade ago

    I am not positive,but probably.

    BE CAREFUL

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