• Trisha Trisha
    September 03, 2009
    why do i have a fishy smell after anal sex
    Trisha Trisha
    September 03, 2009

    I have vignal and anal sex, after a fews days go by, I urine alot and my urine smells fishy and it's dark in color. 

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  • Merely Me
    Health Guide
    September 03, 2009
    Merely Me
    Health Guide
    September 03, 2009

    Hi Trisha

     

    Does it burn when you urinate?  Are you having any pain? 

     

    Did your partner have anal intercourse with you and then vaginal sex?  That scenario could place you at risk for an infection.

     

    I am not a doctor so I cannot tell you why you are having these symptoms.  But it does seem that it could be a possibilty that you have some sort of infection.  Dark urine...it could just mean it is more concentrated and that you need to drink more fluids...that may also explain the odor. 

     

    But why don't you make an appointment with your gynecologist just to make sure.  You don't want to have a urinary tract infection or something like that and go untreated.

     

    Thank you for your question.

    • Trisha
      September 05, 2009
      Trisha
      September 05, 2009

      No, it don't burn, but there is a little tingling feeling.

       

      Thank you,

       

      Trisha

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  • dave September 13, 2009
    dave
    September 13, 2009

    First, make sure vaginal NEVER follows Anal without extensive cleansing of the partner. I am a gay man that recently noticed a fishy odor from my partner during anal intercourse. I researched and found that this was linked to his IBS which he has had for years. I started him on Align probiotic. It is a fairly new over the counter digestive pill that restores healthy bacteria in his system. This should work systemically (vaginal and intestinal) to some degree. In 1 week the difference is amazing! I highly recommend you try it.

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