Getting an STI isn’t shameful or uncommon, but it’s still best avoided.Not all STIs have symptoms that show but some can become very nasty if left untreated so you should learn how to avoid them and get tested if you think you may be at risk.
Whether or not you’re at risk of contracting or transmitting an STI, and how to protect yourself, depends on exactly what kind of sexual activity you are practising.Below is some basic information and also information omitted from a lot of sexual health guides, but it is still very abridged.If you have any symptoms or concerns about your health you should consult your GP or visit a GUM clinic – what’s written here is to raise awareness and not to be taken as medical advice!Experiment to see what works for you and your partner. The more open and honest you can be, the more likely it is that you'll both be satisfied with your sex life. I was just wondering if this was normal and my body was just ridding of the seman. You may want to go to the bathroom immediately after anal sex and expel as much of his semen as possible.