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I suck hard, but my cheeks gets cut by my teeth in the act. my mouth doesn't bleed, but the tissue on my cheek peel like after a long bath. normal?sex

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Dr. Axel Martinez-Irizarry
Family Medicine 17 years experience
Yes.: Eventually your cheek will develop calluses, which is normal too. To clarify, normal to what you are doing.

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A female asked:

I suck hard, but my cheeks gets cut by my teeth in the act. My mouth doesn't bleed, but the tissue on my cheek peel like after a long bath. Normal?

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Dr. John Munshower
Family Medicine 30 years experience
Cause and effect: It sounds like the cause of your issues is the hard sucking. Stop the hard sucking and your problems will be solved. As stated though, your internal cheeks are going through a normal healing process form the injury they are sustaining from your hard sucking.
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Fellatio.my cheeks get cut by my teeth in the act. My mouth doesnt bleed, but the tissue on my cheek are raw n peel like after a long bath. Normal?Sex

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Dr. DeWayde Perry
Integrative Medicine 26 years experience
Different technique: Consider a different technique. Practice on a dildo or cucumber, etc and see if you can find a technique that does not cause the problems you're encountering. If the problems still persist, consider shortening the amount of time you perform fellatio and add manual stimulation during the session.

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