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Giving Oral Sex
I would ask the : Female involved. Urophilia is sometimes practiced during sexual interactions as a manner of showing dominance. ...Read more
Sexuality: It means nothing. It is just what it is. All of us get to be responsible for our own sexual choices; we can enjoy what we enjoy. Our partners can benefit from this. But, also our partners may not enjoy all that we enjoy and then negotiation or compromise can ensue. The man you reference is normal. ...Read more
Been vaccinated?: One should always know his or her vaccine status, for all the routine vaccinations. People born in the last 30 years should have been vaccinated as infants or young children, depending on where they were born. Also, Hepatitis B is not caught orally (Hepatitis A is transmitted orally). There are many things to worry about when swallowing another person's stuff... but Hepatitis B is not one of them. ...Read more
Not possible, but...: STDs don't travel through the body. Infection occurs only at exposed sites, so there's no way you can get a genital infection from such an exposure. However, your throat can be infected by some causes of urethritis, especially gonorrhea. Both you and your partner should be avoiding sex entirely, oral or otherwise, until you both have been treated for this STD. You need both testing and treatment. ...Read more
Receiving and giving oral sex with another guy who is HIV+ will result a lower or higher rate of having HIV?
Unlikely: Cunnilingus (oral-vaginal sex) is low risk for STDs -- not zero risk, but much less chance than with vaginal sex. If your partner is known to have either of these STDs, see a doctor or clinic for oral swab testing. Or ask your partner to be tested. However, the chance you caught either of these is low. ...Read more
Ambiguous: I am sorry but the word bump is not descriptive enough to comment on. Do you have pain? Do you have a history of herpes? When did the bump appear in relationship to the oral sex. Was your partner a male or a female? In general there is no STD that causes a 'white bump' unless you have a previous history of exposure to herpes. Herpes would be a white blister and be very painful. ...Read more
Is it possible to get oral herpes form giving oral sex? It's been 3 months and no signs or symptoms.
Possible, not common: Performing oral sex on a partner with genital herpes could risk oral infection. However, it is quite uncommon. If you didn't develop symptoms (oral sores, sore throat, etc) within a few days, then probably you weren't infected. It's time to stop worrying about it! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can i get trichomoniasis from giving oral sex to my boyfriend? I'm still a virgin though and i had oral sex with my boyfriend for the first evr
Would giving oral sex to someone with syphilis quickly turn to neuro syphilis and would it show in standard blood tests if it were not passed vaginaly?
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