The Danger Of Intimate Relationships Is Risky?
Good night, I have recently been active in sex with my partner, but so far I have never used a condom, is it dangerous? Do I have to consult a doctor directly? And when my vaginal penetration gets wider (inside) is it dangerous?
Hello Lia! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Having sex between men and women through the vagina is a normal thing to do. However, it should be noted whether you are past the age of 20 years. Having sex with women less than 20 years can increase the risk of various diseases. If you only deal with one man and your partner only relates to you, the risk of sexually transmitted infections is very small. Because you are not using a condom, you need to remember that you could have a pregnancy. If the pregnancy is an unwanted pregnancy (especially if you are still too young), the risk of various pregnancy complications can occur. In addition, if your sexual partner already has an illness that can be transmitted through sexual contact, you are at risk of contracting it. Using a condom can protect you from transmission. You should see a doctor if you don't know the health status of your sexual partner. The doctor will explain, what examination panel you should go through. Under normal circumstances, the vaginal canal will be closed and tight, when having sexual intercourse through the vagina or giving birth, the vaginal canal will widen. This is normal. Avoid using sex toys and you should not put objects in the vagina because it can cause injury or infection.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.