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faveone

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If a women has any sores inside her mouth you can catch std
Sorry folks but this is the only sane reply. Many sexually transmitted diseases including chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis, can be spread through oral sex. If you are concerned I suggest you go for the CBJ

 

billie69

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The only 100% safe form of sex is masturbation
Depends on where you masturbate - the edge of a cliff or roof of a building could be dangerous, the other passengers on the train may get angry… (Couldn’t help it!).

On a serious note: Always get tested.

The nurse told me that although you can’t get HIV from receiving unprotected oral sex, the risk of other STI’s remains.

Always speak with a health care professional to be absolutely certain and don’t rely on “bro” science when it comes to your health.
 
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jazzbox

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I have been reading H. Hunter Handsfield, M.D.
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an std specialist on web docs for years.
i have included his comments on oral and stds below:


“Oral sex carries substantially lower risk for STDs than vaginal or anal sex. There is risk for several but not all STDs are transmissible by oral sex. Chlamydia is not, and HSV-2 is rare. HSV-1, gonorrhea, and syphilis are possible for either the oral or penile partner; and nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) for the penile partner. HPV can be transmitted from genitals to mouth, but rarely causes symptoms or any health problem in the oral cavity. HIV transmission by oral sex probably occurs, very rarely.”
 
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JohnnyFever

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I have been reading H. Hunter Handsfield, M.D.
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an std specialist on web docs for years.
i have included his comments on oral and stds below:


“Oral sex carries substantially lower risk for STDs than vaginal or anal sex. There is risk for several but not all STDs are transmissible by oral sex. Chlamydia is not, and HSV-2 is rare. HSV-1, gonorrhea, and syphilis are possible for either the oral or penile partner; and nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) for the penile partner. HPV can be transmitted from genitals to mouth, but rarely causes symptoms or any health problem in the oral cavity. HIV transmission by oral sex probably occurs, very rarely.”
A quick check on google confirms that chlamydia does in fact spread through oral sex, confirmed on multiple reputable sites.

I'm pretty sure Amber knows what she's talking about. It's pretty straightforward - if you get a BBBJ, you are running a risk of a STI. You can argue about how much of a risk, but it's not zero.
 
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mno3

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I don’t know the numerical chances. But they def exist. At least for herpes.
The other issue is daty
Hpv induced oral
Cancers is on a rise because of it
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bumguy

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For the male recipient of oral sex, possible STIs that can be caught include herpes, HPV and syphilis. These have open sores that transmit the bug. HIv has never been recorded to be transmitted as such; chlamydia and gonorrhea would be exceptionally rare.

For the provider of said service, pretty much any could be caught. Herpes is obvious (either HSV 1 or 2). HPV for sure, which is associated with throat cancer. Gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis for sure. HIV has been recorded as being trasmitted to someone performing oral sex, but that is exceptionally rare.
 
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