This article is also available in Simplified Chinese and Thai. So that perhaps explains Married dating guy Lincoln reason why we get asked this sensible question so often: does oral sex put me at risk of getting HIV?
Oral sex is generally considered to be very low risk for HIV transmission. Risk can increase if there are sores, abrasions or cuts in the mouth or following a dental procedure like tooth extraction.
The best advice is to avoid getting cum in the mouth in these circumstances. Does it matter if I get pre-cum in my mouth? HIV needs an entry point such as a cut to be transmitted, so you may want to avoid getting Beautiful couples seeking friendship Minot fluids in your mouth if you have bad gingivitis, an STI in the throat or other sores in the mouth.
What if you do swallow it?
HIV transmission from oral sex is very rare whatever you choose. What about receiving?
There is no risk in receiving oral sex yay! These are all bacterial infections, so the good news is they are easily treated and cured.
Syphilis can be spread through oral, anal or vaginal sex. It can even be spread when there is no visible sore present.
This is true whoever has the STI. Still have questions? Do you still have questions?