Can Oral Sex And Anal Sex Be The Main Causes In GO?
Asalamualaikum, I am still 19 years old. my husband and I have had oral sex and anal sex several times. and some days my husband has pain when urinating u0026amp; discharge came out like pus from his genitals, and I also experienced vaginal discharge in recent days and felt bloated in the left abdomen. want to ask if my husband can be spelled GO and I have contracted / how? and what are the main causes for oral sex and anal sex? please answer yes thanks in advance.
Hello, Mrs. Tenih Syahputra. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern that you feel.
First of all, we need to ask a number of things related to complaints submitted. Since when exactly did complaints begin to occur to mothers and husbands? Have you or your husband experienced similar complaints before? Have you ever seen a doctor? Are there other symptoms, for example bloody urinary swelling in the genital pockets of the husband's genitals or around the groin? Have you ever had sexual relations with another person? Is there a history of illicit injection drug use?
Body discharge that comes out of the male urinary tract can be both normal and abnormal (pathological). The normal male urinary tract can be caused by:
smegma (dirty fluid that forms under the foreskin at the tip of the uncircumcised genitals) spermatore prostatore phosphaturi Meanwhile, the pathology of the male urinary tract can be caused by:
infection, can be in the form of sexually transmitted infections (STIs: gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, or nonspecific) or non-STI allergic reactions to inflammatory trauma Associated with oral sex, careful attention must be paid to the cleanliness of sex organs and oral cavity because it does not rule out the possibility that the infection sexually transmitted infections can cause complaints in the oral cavity to the throat. Meanwhile, anal sex risks causing injury or injury to the anal lining which facilitates the process of infection, including sexually transmitted infections.
We suggest that the mother and husband immediately consult directly with a doctor or specialist skin and genitals. To find out exactly the cause of the complaint, the doctor needs to do anamnesis, physical examination, and if necessary a supporting examination, for example examination of the body's urine sample with the aid of a microscope, as well as blood tests. As a recommendation at home, mothers and husbands are advised to maintain personal hygiene, including the genital area; drink lots of water; eat balanced nutritious food; and avoiding risky sexual relations. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.