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Ok im on birth control but the past year me and my partner have been having unprotected sex. Last night we had sex and during that we attempted to have anal sex and he stuck the tip in but i couldnt take it so we just continued with vaginl sex. Ususally i wash up after but we just layed down and went to sleep. when i woke up in the morning i notice some dark brown or black spots on the sheets where i was laying. So what is that? what could have happened? This has never happened before could i have some type of infection?
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What sounds most likely is that those stains might have just been some fecal matter.

The rectum often has trace amounts of fecal matter in it from previous bowel movements, so it's fairly typical to see some of that with any kind of anal sex.

Mind, you are risking infections is you're having any of these kinds of sex unprotected and/or, if you're having anal sex, then vaginal sex, either unprotected or without switching to a new condom. However, you're not going to see symptoms of an infection like that in mere hours.

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