She has a girlfriend who swears this can be the case. The link between colonialism and hepatitis C, and the need for historic trauma-informed care Bring testing to the people A step by step process on how we can support mothers living with HIV More. What's not good, though, is if this bleeding lasts for more than a day or two. Rectal fluid undoubtedly contributes to the risk of HIV transmission through anal sex where the insertive partner is HIV negative. Sign up for our Newsletter and join us on the path to wellness.
Problems with oral and anal sex.
Anal SEX: What You Need To Know
What kind should I use? So bottom line — yes, anal sex is OK if it is consensual, but take the following precautions:. By Gina M. Your rectum is designed to keep poop in with help from a muscle called the anal sphincter. Is there anything else I should know? Condoms can also significantly reduce the risk of STI transmission.