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Can you catch an STD or AIDS from somebody that doesn't have any STDs or AIDS from anal sex?
It's not AIDS. It's HIV. Aids is an extreme level of HIV progression. Some never obtain the viral level to be classified as AIDS, some do. Regardless, it's HIV that you should be concerned about. Besides.. how do you know that they are not infected with any STD? Because they told you? If the person doesn't have an STD or AIDs, then you cannot create it simply by having anal sex. So the answer is no. Answer Absolutely. By having unprotected anal sex, the penis is exposed to bacteria that can cause Nongonococcal urethritis, or NGU, an infection of the urethra caused by various organisms other than gonorrhea. NGU is most often caused by chlamydia, a common infection in sexually active males and females. The bacterial causes of NGU can be cured with antibiotics. Trust me, it happened to me when I was young and stupid. Even today in a monogamous relationship with my wife, we always use condoms and lots of lube during anal sex. You people are dumb.
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You can get the same ones you can get from vaginal sex. The colon is more likely to rip or get small tears, as the tissue is more fragile. These tears can allow for easier tra…nsmission of disease. HIV is actually about 30 times more likely to be transmitted during anal sex than vaginal. It is very important to use proper protection when having anal sex.
Well, if she doesn't have an std then obviously she can't give you one.
STD's are diseases caused by bacteria or viruses. AIDS is a syndrome caused by having HIV, which is a type of STD. So HIV is the STD, AIDS is a very very late symptom. no
absolutely yes if the other person has a STD. That is why unprotected anal sex is a no-no. Of course if you know your lover is clean and you trust them, then probably not.
human immunodeficiency virus
Assuming one person is infected with certain STD's it can be transmitted from one sex partner to another through unprotected anal sex under the right circumstances. This is w…hy safe sex practices and the use of condoms is recommended with anyone other than your regular monogamous sexual partner.
No. The term is Sexually Transmitted Disease. That is a disease that is transmitted by sexual interaction. If your partner has none he or she cannot pass one along. That do…es not mean you cannot contract a disease through poor hygiene on your behalf or that of your partner which is not directly considered a STD
There can be fissuring or even tearing of the anal cavity, so plenty of lubrication should be used. There is also a risk of infection from being exposed to fecal matter in the… anus.
It isnt considered an STD because AIDS is the disorder that results from the HIV virus. you cant pass Immunodeficiancy from one person to another. AIDS is not a STD, but HIV i…s the cause of AIDS and HIV is sexually transmitted. Yes. It's transferred through the blood and sexual bodily fluids, so unprotected sex and sharing needles are the most common ways to infect someone/become infected. The virus itself (HIV) doesn't survive long outside of the body.
You can get HIV AIDS from anal sex only if your partner is infected with the HIV virus.
Yes indeed. It is always possible to get one or more STDs from anal sex. In many cases it is easier to get an STD from Anal intercourse than from Vaginal. In fact, anal se…x is one of the riskiest ways to have sex, because it's most likely to result in small injuries on both parties. If you have unprotected oral/anal/genital sex with a person who has a STD, then you have a high chance of contracting the STD. In many cases STD infections are only discovered when they have progressed to a state which have caused permanent damage to the body and it is too late to begin treatment. With early testing successful treatment can be administered and either cure or stop the disease from progressing into a non-cureable state. Some infections can not yet be cured but their progression into lethal stages can be stopped. Late testing also results in missed opportunities for preventing STD infections. During the time between STD infection and diagnosis, infected persons can transmit STD to others when they engage in practices that put their partners at risk. STD transmission could be reduced by increasing awareness of STD status through early testing. The only thing anal sex prevents is pregnancy. You can catch all STDs anally, assuming, of course, the partner is infected. STD transmission occurs from any type of sex with an infected person including genital, oral, anal, and sex toys.
The person you have anal sex with must have a STD before it can be transmitted to you.
It's one of the most dangerous STD's because it destroys your immune system. Meaning if you get a disease, your immune system wont help your body fight the disease.
Yes you can catch S.T.D from Anal sex.
There is no cure for AIDS, although there are many medications that help people with the disease, When the immune system fails a person becomes very ill and dies.
HIV, AIDS, STI HIV - Human Immunodeficiency Virus is a virus consisting of only protein and RNA that enters your CD4 T-Cells and inserts it's RNA into the cell's …genome. Then it uses the cell's replicative capabilities to clone itself until the cell finally "bursts" and the virus spreads further in the same manner. AIDS - Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is a stage in HIV in which the HIV has already spread throughout the immune system and caused a weak immune system. Getting sick or ill at this point can be fatal because your body cannot respond to sickness without the help of the CD4 T-Cells. These cells act as a warning system and also identify pathogens. They can be viewed as the Military Intelligence of the immune system. STI - Sexually Transmitted Infection is a sexually transmitted infection, not disease. An example is a urinary tract infection.