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Receiving Oral Sex Std
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
Chlamydia: Oral sex has potential to transmit a number of sti's. Herpes simplex, hiv, hpv, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis ; hepatitis can be spread via oral sex. Chlamydia can cause pharngeal/ throat infection when spread via oral sex. This isn't a common method of transmission. My understanding is that chlamydia isn't spread through saliva. I am not aware of chlamydia being spread oral to genital via saliva. ...Read more
HIV is hard to get: Nope. Absolutely not.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes, rarely: The rash of syphilis as well as the chancre (the initial ulcer) both contain bacteria and so touching either of these with ungloved hands or from genital-frontal contact without penetration can result in transmission. Anal sex can also transmit syphilis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rare but possible: Oral sex is less risky than unprotected vaginal or anal sex, but it still holds some risk. Especially if there are mouth ulcers or bleeding gums. Using condoms helps decrease this risk even more. Each person needs to decide their own risk tolerance with their partner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm not sure, but should uninfected partner also take antiviral pills after sex with infected herpes partner?
Yes.: Remember that any time body fluids are exchanged: oral sex, vaginal or rectal penetration, a person may pass or receive a sexually transmitted disease. That might include HIV, but also herpes, hepatitis, HPV virus, syphilis. So, until you know your partner's STD status - and are interacting only with each other, use protection. Don't forget birth control, if that applies. ...Read more
No: Hiv does not live in saliva. But you can contract HIV through oral sex from blood, semen, and other sexual fluids. Hiv through oral sex is transmitted from blood, sexual fluids or open sores in the genital area of one partner into the bloodstream of the second partner through an open sore or abrasion in the mouth. Find out the status of your partner and practice safer sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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?
Depends: UTI or vaginal infection from oral sex is not likely. STDs are possible if the person giving oral sex has active sores on the lips or inside the mouth. If you are concerned about contracting STDs, you can get oral condoms. Practice safe sex is the best way to prevent STDs. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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