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Had unprotected anal sex. Itchy, red, swollen bumps appeared, tender to touch, spreading. What's wrong?

Ever since unprotected anal sex I ve had itchy red bumps in that area. Just around though. There like the size of a normal pimple you d get on it face. N some of them r very tender I just looked n it s spreading out a little. And very painful to go to bathroom or wipe. My boyfriend has only ben with me for sex, and webhave Ben together for 2 years. He has no issues no pain or any discomfort on him. He says it looks like a rash but I see more roundish figures. It s better red and swollen. Please help I m so embarssed to talk about it. Help me
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Hi...dear user...,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Anal Sex is called BESTIALITY...,
It is one type of Perveted sex..,
It is commonest among...,
ANAL very sensitivity mucosa...,
It has very low contractilty and more vascularity...,
compare to vaginal mucosa...,
During intercourse., it is easily friable and injurable..,
Hence traumtised is common ...,
So U got Bumps due to these injuries..,
Why U ., encouraging this type of sex...,
Bcos due to friability, Sexually transmitted diseases ..,
are more prone to get...including AIDS..,
So avoid it ...,
1) Apply Heparin and antiboitic gel...,
2) Tab..Azithromycin 250 mg daily 2 times for 5 days...,]
3) Tab...Acyclofenac and paracetamol 2 times daily..,
Answered: Sun, 27 May 2012
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