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Can Hymen Be Felt By Oral Sex
So embarrassing but I'm very always very aroused after my first oral sex encounter. Did I break my hymen and cause this to occur?
My friend is 19yrs old had anal, oral sex no penis penetration or bleeding how can she make sure her hymen is still there without visintin a doc? Help
Not an issue: If the penis was not inserted into the vagina then no changes to the hymen will have occurred. ...Read more
I and my bf done oral sex. My hymen doesn't break he had sperms on hi finger and he inserted half of his finger in my vagina. Can I be pregnent?
Hard to: Say without examination or clearer description. Consider an examination and testing for STD ...Read more
Me, and my bf had an oral sex, and what symptoms can be notice if the guy has infection, its been 6 months I abstained sex, but I never felt any?
I am a female who received oral sex from a male partner last tuesday. When I went to use the bathroom I felt burning which lasted for several days.
See your provider: While oral sex is generally safe, the human mouth contains numerous bacteria. It is possible you developed a bacterial vaginal or urinary infection. This can be easily treated but it would be helpful for you to see your provider for vaginal cultures, urinalysis, and urine culture. Hope you feel better. ...Read more
Hi I have a question, before when I was a bit younger like 16-17 when I received oral sex from a girl it felt amazing but later on, like now when I re?
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Some risk. . .: According to the centers for disease control & prevention, "in addition to hiv, other stds can be transmitted through oral sex with an infected partner. Examples of these stds include herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, genital warts (hpv), intestinal parasites (amebiasis), and hepatitis a." for infomation on safe sex, see: http://www. Cdc. Gov/hiv/resources/factsheets/oralsex. Htm. ...Read more
Mouth to genital: Oral sex is any intimate contact between the mouth of one partner to the genitalia of the other partner. It is part of the great variety of mutual pleasure in sexual contact between partners. Hopefully each partner is hygienic and disease free. ...Read more
Lots of reasons: Many women do not like to give oral sex because they feel as though they are putting something that is not clean in their mouth. If you are truly embarrassed (and repulsed/turned off) then you were probably told at some point in your life that nice girls don't do that, and now you believe it, even though you can't remember being told that. A sex therapist can help, so can a supportive partner. ...Read more
Oral-genital contact: Check out http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/oral_sex for more information. Of note, oral sex doesn't refer to sexual orientation but rather can occur during both heterosexual & homosexual activities. ...Read more
Why do you ask?: It's a more versatile way to stimulate your partner than intercourse. There's no pregnancy risk. Lovers who plan to "save the best" for the wedding night may find this the expression of choice. The risk of HIV transmission is very low, but other diseases, famously syphilis and gonorrhea, can be transmitted very efficiently this way and people often don't know this. ...Read more
Yes and no: It's a tricky question. If you are with one trusted partner and it causes no discomfort to you and her and it is consensual on both sides and brings pleasure to both of you, then - yes. If the above are compromised, then it may not be unsafe for you or your partner and may not be nearly as pleasant. ...Read more
Yes, definately: Many sexually transmitted diseases can just as easily be contracted through oral sex as with full penetration sex. Chlamydia, gonorrhea are two bacterial stis that can infect the performer's throat if the recipiant is infected. Both herpes and syphilis can also be transmitted if an open sore is present.Transmission of HIV through oral sex is also possible if a sore or cut is present. ...Read more
Clitoral Hood pierce: "vch" stands for "vertical clitoral hood." piercing these structures is a form of female genital mutilation, and there is no guarantee that the jewelry placement will actually rest on the clitoris, increase stimulation, or enhance sexual satisfaction. Anatomy is highly variable. Piercing also results in a wound -- and oral or other sex during the time needed for healing exposes you to std's. ...Read more
Unfortunately yes: It is possible to get chlamydial infections of the throat, and these can sometimes even spread to surrounding areas like the nose and eye. If concerned, tell your doctor and get a throat swab. ...Read more
Probably not: Trichomonas is strictly a genital parasite. Nobody has ever done research to see if it can be carried in the oral cavity, but probably it doesn't happen. In my 40+ years in the STD business, I have never seen or heard of a patient who seemed to have acquired trich, either genital or oral, through oral sex. ...Read more
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