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Receiving Oral Sex Std
What are my chances of getting an STD after receiving oral sex from 2 different men I've never met before?
DON'T KNOW %: You better get checked, you never know. ...Read more
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Depends!: Most significantly passed would be herpes, either 1 or 2 in terms of frequency. Hep b and c, as well as HIV can be transmitted. I would test you three months afterwards. If you develop herpetic lesions, they should be serotyped and treated immediately. All viral disorders mentioned are lifelong gifts. Know your partner. Avoid unprotected sex! ...Read more
Will an STD appear immediately after receiving oral sex for an hour and manifest in burning while urinating? I'm a female. No other symptoms.
Varies: It may take a few days. Do you have any sores? Are you able to urinate? Herpes can sometimes cause urinary burning and even difficulty urinating. Herpes type I (cold sores) can be spread to genitalia during oral sex. Gonorrhea and chlamydia usually infect the cervix. Syphyllis is usually painless. Other bacteria like gardnerella can cause non std vaginitis. So can yeast. Best be examined! ...Read more
Can a faint red mark on a Penis shaft 4 days after receiving unprotected oral sex be a sign of an STD?
Will a UTI or vaginal bacterial infection or STD appear within hours of a female receiving prolonged (approx. One hour) of unprotected oral sex?
Absolutely: Stds can be transmitted through any contact with bodily fluids - regardless of the type of sexual act. Actually, hpv only requires direct skin contact for transmission. Gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes and many other stds can be transmitted through oral sex. Be careful. To prevent contracting or transmitting and std, please use condoms. ...Read more
Oral sex is: A viable method of contracting a number of std's. ...Read more
Less risky: While oral sex is less risky than vaginal or anal sex, one can still catch an std via oral sex. Using latex condoms or dental dams during oral sex will reduce the risk of catching an std. For oral gonorrhea or chlamydia, throat swabbing is the right test if a throat std is suspected. For more info on stds and testing, www. Sexualhealth. Com. Use latex & get couples std testing with any new partner. ...Read more
Possibly!: It would depend on which std, but one day would still be less common! ...Read more
Yes: Using a condom minimizes this small, but not zero, risk. ...Read more
Very low, unless...:
Two virgins, if they have had no sexual contact at all, have a very low chance of carrying stds. However, there are 2 reasons not to count one this.
1) virginity is a subjective state (some "virgins" have had anal and/or oral sex).
2) some STDs can be transmitted via blood or mucosal membranes as well, so virginity is not a guarantee of being disease-free. ...Read more
Hi im wondering if you can catch an STD from giving a boy oral sex for a matter of seconds? As im very worried about this.
I gave oral sex to a guy last Friday. The taste was actually disgusting and I had to stop frequently. Is that a symptom of an STD?
Probably not: Male genital odor is not a sign of STD, but perhaps of genital hygiene -- frequency of washing etc. But the context of your question suggests he is a new partner or perhaps someone you don't know well. So STD testing might make sense, just to be safe, especially if you also had vaginal or anal sex. ...Read more
I have heard too many different claims on here. Is there a high chance of getting any sort of STD from giving oral sex to a female. Please be specific?
Only slight risk: Oral sex is safe sex, with low risk for all STDs and virtually zero risk for some, including HIV. Main risks are nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) due to normal oral bacteria (and probably harmless); gonorrhea; and herpes due to HSV1. All these are uncommon and would cause obvious symptoms. Syphilis possible but rare, but higher risk if your partner also is male. No testing needed if no symptoms. ...Read more
Yes: If either had an std that was active in their oral or genital area (several possibilities) they can share any or all of them. ...Read more
Yes, but...: Of course, you're never sure about a partner you don't know very well. In today's world, don't rush into any situation in which your semen may end up in someone else's possession -- men have been trapped into becoming fathers in this way. And there are always feelings involved -- sex is never "safe" in this respect. Love very carefully. ...Read more
Is it possible to get stds from sharing a drink with a person who had given oral sex in the past?
No: STD's are transmitted from one warm, moist place directly to another warm moist place anatomically. ...Read more
I m. 24 virgin guy. A female married lady interested in having oral sex with me. Any chances I may get std?
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