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When can we have oral sex again after childbirth?

When can we have oral sex again after childbirth?

After about 6 weeks: As a general rule, sexual activity of any kind should wait until the vagina and perineum have completely healed and your bleeding has stopped. This will usually take about 4 to 6 weeks, depending on whether you had any tears or an episiotomy. After that, take it slow. As long as the sexual activity does not cause pain, you are unlikely to be damaging anything or threatening your health. ...Read more

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Is sex safe in the third trimester? Can it cause preterm labor? What positions are best? Is oral sex ok?

Is sex safe in the third trimester? Can it cause preterm labor? What positions are best? Is oral sex ok?

Sex 3rd trimester: It is safe to have sex in the third trimester, as long as your partner is positioned so that his weight isn't on your tummy. Lying at the edge of a bed with your partner standing is usually the easiest. It is unlikely to cause preterm labor. Oral sex is ok. ...Read more

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Im on birth control and im on a weeksdose of augmentin i had oral sex am i still protected?

Im on birth control and im on a weeksdose of augmentin i had oral sex am i still protected?

No : You can not get pregnant from having oral sex. Augmentin will not protect you from sexual transmitted diseases that you can get from oral sex. You would need to use a condom. ...Read more

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Is it safe for a married couple to have only oral sex? I thought it could be a good alternative to birth control since i can't go on the pill.

Oral Sex: I may be missing the question you are really trying to ask. But, oral sex is a common and normal sexual activity that couples participate in. I would imagine that it may be difficult to keep away from intercourse if you are a couple in love. Remember there are condoms. They work very effectively as birth control. There is also a vasectomy for the male partner if you are not planning children. ...Read more

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My 18 yr old bf's dad died 16 yrs ago from hiv/AIDS can my bf somehow get it that way fr: like birth and pass it to me? I gave him oral sex last wk..

My 18 yr old bf's dad died 16 yrs ago from hiv/AIDS can my bf somehow get it that way fr: like birth and pass it to me? I gave him oral sex last wk..

Unlikely: If your boyfriends father gave it to his mother before he was born there is some risk. If his mother (not father) was infected and she had proper prenatal care, the chance of her passing it to her infant was ...Read more

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I found bright red blood following my female ejaculation during oral sex . Im on megestrol for breakthrough bleeding while I was on birth control .?

Interesting: This is probably related to the hormones you are taking & not female ejaculation. However, if the g spot area is stimulated during oral sex using a partners finger or instrumentally (i.e. Toys) bleeding could occur from a small laceration of the vagina. A simple speculum exam should tell. ...Read more

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Is the oral thrush i aquired afetrt the antibiotics or after oral sex will not turn into systemic overgrowth candidiasis? Im treating for one month

Is the oral thrush i aquired afetrt the antibiotics or after oral sex will not turn into systemic overgrowth candidiasis? Im treating for one month

Oral candida infctio: If you have no immune deficiency or taking any medications that lower your immunity such as long term course of steroids or any chmothraputic agent, the answer is not likey. Relax. If the thrush persisted please talk to your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more

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