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Feces on my boyfriend's penis, is that someting we need to be concerned about?


Posted by nani

my boyfriend and I were having anal intercourse (I'm a girl) and some of my feces were on his penis when he got it out. We did not used a condom. He inmediately washed his penis. but now he is being feeling a little bit of rash in his penis so he went ahead and put some neusporin on it. the rash stopped.  Should we be concerned about it?
 
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Hello,

 

The bacteria present in the anus is extremely dangerous if it gains entry into any other opening of the body, e.g., tip of penis, vagina, mouth. Serious infection can result. You are advised to be very cautious to prevent this from happening.

 

With any penetration into the anus with a penis, the penis should be protected by a condom. After removal of the penis from the anus, the condum should immediately be disposed of, preferably flushed down the toilet. Then the penis and the anal opening should be washed with a mild hand soap and rinsed.

 

If you put fingers into the anus, it is best to wear a finger cot (a condum for fingers), then dispose of the cot immediately when the finger is withdrawn, and wash the hands. In this case the finger cot is more to protect the sensitive and fragile tissues inside the anus from damage if there are sharp fingernails. But if a finger cot is not used, it is important to wash under the finger nails to remove any lingering bacteria.

 

Anal sex can be a source of great pleasure if you take care to honor the requirments for proper hygiene. 

 

If your boyfriends symptoms do not clear up within a few days, consult a physician for proper diagnosis and treatment.

 

One other point about anal sex, never insert any object into the anus unless there is part of the object, or an attached cord, that you can grab onto in order to remove the object. If any object gets lost in there, you will be making a very unpleasant and embarrasing trip to the hospital emergency room to get the object removed.

all good things,

Al Link and Pala Copeland

Sexy Spiritual Relationships


 

 

 

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