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Receiving Oral Sex
Trichomonas: Trichomonas is a parasitic infection, and is usually transmitted by vaginal exposure to the infecting organism, not by "receiving oral sex". The problem is that if ALL sexual partners are not treated, the parasite will re-infect all exposed. So if either partner has or is seeing another person, the infection will continue. ...Read more
Rare if ever: Oral sex is a very inefficient way of transmitting hiv, giving or receiving. Still, it's best to be safe especially with a guy you don't now, and there are plenty of other things that can be transmitted this way -- famously gonorrhea for the recipient. The burning question for you is, "am I infected? " you've asked here & have a right to a quick check from your physician. Best wishes. ...Read more
What is the risk of herpes for a male receiving oral sex from a female prostitute? The oral sex lasted 5 seconds. Please give this in percentages.
Herpes: There is no science to give you thus answer. You should have the herpes blood test. Oral herpes is ground in most humans. Thus usually comes from family members. ...Read more
Std from oral sex?: Unfortunately, you can get an std this way. The safest options are to 1. Refrain (I know. .. Not popular, just being thorough) 2. Use condoms/ barrier devices. 3. Never have oral sex when you have an abnormal lesion on your genitals or notice one on your partner's genitals. Could be an ingrown hair. .. But, just in case. 4. Did I say condoms? If you think you have an STI see your doc for a check! ...Read more
No.: Quite unlikely. It does grow in the mouth! ...Read more
After receiving oral sex with my partner, I have a couple of red dots on my foreskin (blood vesile). What could it be?
Petechia: Those are likely tiny broken blood vessels and should resolve on their own. Please see your healthcare provider if they persist or worsen ...Read more
I was receiving oral sex last night, and her braces ripped a small piece of my frenulum. How might this effect me and should it get reattached?
Unnecessary...: It would be most reasonable to leave a small coitus-related tearing of frenulum alone without further physical irritation so to allow spontaneous natural healing to take place. If the foreskin is long and healing is poor with protracted healing course, circumcision would be the choice of care after a direct look and balancing medical necessity and professional possibility. ...Read more
HIV is hard to get: Nope. Absolutely not.Get a more detailed answer ›
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
Hello. I was just infected with trichomoniasis by my husband. He states he got it from receiving oral sex. Is this possible?
Not likely: Trichomonas does not infect the oral cavity, so rarely if ever caught by oral sex. Trich can be carried for years in the vagina and probably in men's genital tract, sometimes diagnosed long after catching it. You may never know when and where you got it. The important thing is both you and husband need treatment. Also test for gonorrhea & chlamydia, which often go along with trich. Good luck! ...Read more
I was receiving oral sex and I notice I there was blood coming from my penis while receiving. Now I'm very nervous about this problem.
Need to examine: It is nor feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and may be doing some tests. It would be prudent to see a doctor for an in-person evaluation. ...Read more
Possible: Please get checked.Get a more detailed 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
I have a UTI. Just started meds. Can I pass it to my partner giving or receiving oral sex? And standardized sex (vaginal)? w/ a condom **
Unsure, but...: Sexual act would not transmit bacterial UTi, but not sure for some asymptomatic STDs, which are common and transmissible with chlamydia, trich, even gono, HIV, etc. As examples. More? Seek evaluation/counseling so to ease current concern and avoid future worry. Best wish. .. ...Read more
How likely is it for a man to catch Hep B from receiving oral sex (no condom) vs the risks for a women to catch Hep B by providing oral sex to a man?
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
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