Any toys that go in your butt need to have a base to stop them going completely inside. Toys without bases are designed for vaginas, which have muscles to push toys back out. Always use lots of water-based lube. Silicone-based lube is best avoided because it will melt any silicone sex toys it comes in contact with. The easiest way to ensure hygiene is to use a condom on the toy and change the condom each time the toy changes hands or holes. Soaps react badly with the lining of your butt so be extra careful to rinse them off thoroughly.
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The risk of getting HIV varies widely depending on the type of exposure or behavior such as sharing needles or having sex without a condom. Some exposures to HIV carry a much higher risk of transmission than other exposures. For some exposures, while transmission is biologically possible, the risk is so low that it is not possible to put a precise number on it. But risks do add up over time. Even relatively small risks can add up over time and lead to a high lifetime risk of getting HIV. In other words, there may be a relatively small chance of acquiring HIV when engaging in a risk behavior with an infected partner only once ; but, if repeated many times , the overall likelihood of becoming infected after repeated exposures is actually much higher.
Back to Sexual health. Yes, if you use them responsibly and keep them clean — otherwise, sex toys can pass on sexually transmitted infections STIs and infections passed on through the blood blood-borne infections. There is an increased risk of bacterial vaginosis in women who have sex with women who have a history of sharing sex toys, or whose partners have bacterial vaginosis. Do not share any sex toy that may draw blood from the skin, as this type of sex toy can pass on blood borne infections.