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Have uterus infection, white smelly discharge with itching. Virgin but had anal sex. STD?

me and my boyfriend had anal sex a lot of time and he uses a lot of saliva as a lebricant i kn it s wrong but we never had sex in my vagina somtimes he toughs my vulva from outside only but we neva had direct i noticed some mucus it has no colour like water nd so mucus then i had a discharge white with smell but it didn t bother me after a month i went to a doctor nd i told him about this discharge he gave me cebro felx and after that the discharge became so itchy and to let you kn that i am a vergin,so i went to another doctor and it turn out to be i have utruse infection and very severe and to let you know again we never had actual sex but anal...they gave me a lot of treatments now after two months i have pain in my pelvic side please tell me do i have std or what is this?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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pelvic pain is indicator of pelvic inflammatory disease .yes you are having can occur in anal sex also .you should go for complete haemogram.USG of abdomen.your boy friend also need to be treated.take your problem seriously and take adequate treatement .you should use condom and KY jelly (
lubricant )
Answered: Thu, 8 Aug 2013
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