oral sex

  1. What STDs can you get from oral sex?

    What STDs can you get from oral sex?
    Oral sex involves using the mouth, lips, and tongue to provide sexual pleasure to your partner's genitals. Performing oral sex to an individual with an STD might result in the spread of the STI in your mouth or throat. The risk of getting a particular STD depends on several factors, such as the pathogen that causes the STI, the specific sexual acts involved, the frequency of these acts, and the prevalence of the particular STD in the community in which both partners belong. → Continue reading
  2. If I Swallow My Boyfriend's Sperm Will I Get an STD ?

    If I Swallow My Boyfriend's Sperm Will I Get an STD ?
    Most STDs are transmitted via skin-to-skin contact, oral-to-genital contact and oral-to-anal contact. Nevertheless, swallowing your boyfriend's sperm will not always make you get an STD, unless he's infected with an STD which attacks the mucous membranes in the mouth or throat. Besides, it also doesn't really matter whether he ejaculates in your mouth. The little friction that can occur during oral sex could still put you at risk of getting an infection. While most people believe that STDs like... → Continue reading
  3. Yes! Herpes (HSV2) Can Be Transmitted During Oral Sex

    Herpes Simplex Virus type 2 (HSV2) is categorized as one of the two types of herpes viruses which are not usually transmitted by oral contacts. This does not mean that a large number of people do not get infected orally, given the fact that people who live with compromised immune systems are more susceptible to the disease than others with sound health. One of the easiest ways to recognize HSV2 is the evidence of sores and blisters transmitted after... → Continue reading

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