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sex-oralOral Sex and HIV are intrinsically linked to fear and "cultivated ignorance" within people's sexual lives, and this "binomial" brings me many people.

Thus, I concluded that for many people, this is the a of the "eternal doubts" within the sexual life of the people, almost always so ignorant about oral sex and HIV!

I want to establish, in this pontop

Oral sex an intensely pleasurable experience for many men and women

People use different terms to refer to the "lollipop".

Including formal terms like:

  • fellatio
  • cunilínguis
  • slang
  • or simply "oral"

Oral sex and HIV

Doctors and researchers can not be sure how many people have been infected with HIV through oral sex.

HIV in oral sex? Yes! There are risks, but they are menors that in anal sexSome find that it is difficult for someone to be infected with HIV via the oral route, because in most cases this sexual practice is almost like a preliminary session, a ritual in the act of love.

A kind of taxiing from the "aircraft" to the runway, in aeronautical terms.

That, in my way of seeing and describing things before I actually start fucking, kind of paid tribute, from part to part for the greatness of the moment they are sharing!

Yes, I see it like this! But I ... I'm crazy right? ...

And to the crazy (or cynical) everything is forgiven ... (...) ...

But other people think that up to 3% of HIV infections are due to this practice5. At the end of 2008, researchers looked at all the available evidence and calculated that the risk of contracting HIV from oral sex was very low but that it was not zero; There was and there is a risk.

Oral Sex and HIV & Anal Sex and HIV

It is known that oral sex involves less risk than unprotected anal sex or unprotected vaginal sex. But do not take a chance.

The probability that HIV is transmitted from an HIV-negative person to an HIV-negative person depends on the type of contact involved.

HIV is most easily transmitted by unprotected anal sex (ie, without a condom).

Then unprotected vaginal sex, sharing of injecting drug injections, or even in the hospital and from mother to baby, delivery (vertical transmission) or breastfeeding, which should be avoided in all possible ways - Important Note posted here on 4 in December of 2017 - I read the call of a study that deals with the subject and that seems to claim that mothers with undetectable viral load can breastfeed without fear.

I have something to write about I = I, but in its time and this text to which I refer is paid and I can not afford to have to keep to translate).

It also depends on the viral load of the person with HIV and this is an extremely long subject with many aspects still unclear and therefore debatable).

Is oral caress too risky?

Also known as "blowjob"Has been shown to be a less risky activity, but is not at all risk free.

Oral Sex and HIV?
Conceptual image of oral sex "to the end"! The image is scenographic

Again, it depends on the viral load of the person with HIV and the oral health of the person making the right pacifier. It is also important to remember that other sexually transmitted diseases, such as syphilis, herpes and gonorrhea, can easily be transmitted through the popular pacifier7.

And the practically ignored, yet insidious HPV and also, able to lead to cancer in the head, neck and throat. If you do not use condoms, or dental barriers, in the practice of oral caressing, it is a good idea to have regular oral health exams.

Paying attention to oral health seems to me more of a matter of self-love than having a proper mouth for oral sex performances of the thousand and one nights.

The risk of HIV infection during oral sex can complicate if fluids that normally carry HIV such as semen, vaginal fluid or blood find a way into the bloodstream of an HIV-negative person.

This is through the mouth or throat, which is more likely if there is an inflammation, cuts or wounds present ... Or cavities and gingivitis.

KISS DOES NOT TRANSMIT HIV. Do not confuse with Oral

HIV is not transmitted through saliva exposure, so a person with HIV having oral sex in someone who is HIV negative has a very low risk. (Translator's note: E to think that a man, after spitting on a police officer (and I do not go into the merits of the action itself because there are police and police officers) has been convicted 30 years in prison for attacking a member of the Police Force with "Deadly weapon there in the USA")

Virus

The type of oral sex practiced makes a difference to the levels of risk.

HIV transmission through receptive oral sex, which means an HIV-negative person performing oral sex, (make a "blowjob" for a man with HIV is possible and it is likely that HIV transmission can happen that way sometimes.

Insertive oral sex offers more risk for those who receive insertion

Transmission of HIV through insertive oral sex, which means an HIV-negative man receiving oral sex from a person with HIV, is one of the forms of oral sex that offers the least risk and could even be considered impossible to transmit in this way.

Few reports of transmission by oral sex

There have been very few reports (very few) a possible HIV transmission through cunilínguis (oral sex performed on a woman in her anus). It is biologically possible that HIV can be passed through an HIV-negative person performing oral sex on a woman with HIV, but this is considered as low risk.

There were no documented cases of becoming infected with HIV by receiving cunilínguis a seropositive woman.

When oral sex is riskier?

This is always the beginning of the way that puts one of the two on his knees, for oral sexIf you have HIV, there is a greater risk of passing HIV if you are the oral receptive partner; if you also have an untreated sexually transmitted infection it is net and certain that the transmission of this STI will occur.

If you do not have HIV, and you are having oral sex with someone who has HIV, you are more at risk of being infected, especially if you have caries, cuts, sores, gingivitis, or thrush on the mouth or gums.

There is also more risk if you have an infection, including infections or sexually transmitted diseases in your throat or mouth, that may facilitate transmission.

Oral sex can be dangerous

For men, having a high viral load in the blood can also mean that viral load is high in semen. Although there is no evidence that men who have an undetectable viral load in their blood usually have an undetectable viral load in their semen, this is not always the case. Factors such as untreated sexually transmitted infections can cause increased viral load in semen. Therefore, most doctors believe that you can not presume that having an undetectable viral load means that you are noninfectious. However, the risk of HIV transmission during oral if a person has an undetectable viral load is extremely low but can not be considered similar to that of a seronegative partner.

For women, HIV levels in vaginal fluids vary. They are likely to be taller at the time of menstruation when HIV-bearing cells clump together from the cervix and are more likely to be found in the vaginal fluid along with blood. Licking partner's sexual organ, Therefore, will be more risky at the time of menstruation.

How can you reduce the risks of Oral Sex and HIV?

This can be very funny. But condoms treated like this are useless for any idea of ​​prevention

There are several ways to reduce the risks of oral. Of course, some will be more acceptable than others to different individuals, so you should make your own decisions about the level of risk that you find acceptable.

If you would like to discuss these issues, ask to see a health counselor, or other professional, at your sexual and reproductive health or treatment center. Many of the strategies below will also provide protection against other sexually transmitted diseases:

  • You may decide that oral risks are low enough to continue with this behavior normally.
  • You may prefer not to do oral because you do not want to run even a low risk of HIV transmission.
  • You may decide to reduce the number of partners with whom you practice oral.
  • You may decide to do oral with barriers such as condoms for men or dental barriers (latex squares) for women.
  • If you do not have HIV, you can decide to just have active oral sex, where someone giving you oral sex, as it is safer than when we are practicing oral with someone who gets you oral.)

More tips on reducing the risks of Oral Sex?

  • You may decide not to ejaculate in the mouth of your partner or not to have someone ejaculate in your mouth.
  • You may decide to avoid oral sex during the menstrual period.
  • Take care of your mouth. The likelihood of becoming infected through active oral sex, the one in which the partner gives the oral caress on the genitalia of the person receiving these carins, often taken as foreplay and this is a misconception, increases if someone has bleeding gums, ulcers , cuts or sores in the mouth. Not brushing or flossing before practicing oral is a good idea, as sanitizing can lead to microinjury and, however, nothing prevents the use of mouthwash.
  • Have a follow-up of your sexual health and your oral health and vaginal health.

This will identify if you have any sexually transmitted infections, which can increase the likelihood of you pass HIV to a negative partner and reduce the likelihood of you contracting HIV if you are HIV-negative.

Beautiful girl, I did not get married, boyfriend.

FIND OUT MORE

For more information about oral sex and HIV sexually transmitted infections, you may find the information in our publications HIV sex or HIV transmission.

Michael Carter, Greta Hughson

Published: 25 September 2012

At http://www.aidsmap.com

Translation: Cláudio Santos de Souza, and the review of MTM

So ... If you can not solve all your doubts regarding oral sex, we, here at Soropositivo.Org we have these texts below to offer you. It may be a good time for you to read and learn more about all this and, seriously, who does not want to meet the partner who knows your oral sex with security? !!!

Besides the links that exist in the next page, there is a link that I place here, since it is of particular importance and there is a revelation in the text that puts in check all that is written here.

All the content of the blog, about oral sex, is in the link below. (I.e.

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Beware of Gonorrhea

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I do neither oral nor anal!

And I told her that it was good that we were still dressed, because it was time and time to leave.

At that time the anal little mattered to me and still not imporata

But, fuck without oral, it's harder 🙁 and I said to her that said:

"And you're going to leave me like this? (I think, he said, that she was talking about the fissure and he just smiled).

Usually the oral sex it means kissing, licking or sucking the sexual organ of other people.

And it is very nice to give and receive oral sex, in my modest and little experienced opinion.

Each person has there their preferences, tares and crazy when it comes to sex, sexual practice and sexual preferences.

In my life I only met one person who did not like it! And I loved her! But she did not love me and everything went into space. Curiously, she likes to give this caress, but she did not like receiving. When she broke up with me, very badly, of all the things she said to me, this one was: "We do not get along in bed" !!!

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Good afternoon. Please, I wanted you to explain this case to me, I have 20 years, and last Saturday 9 ten of 2017, I went to the house of a friend that I met a short time in college, he took me to the room and we kissed and then I did oral sex without a condom on him, it was the first time I did and I'm not HIV positive, I do not have serious diseases and my immunity was good, he did not ejaculate in my mouth. I've never had sex of any kind and I've always been a virgin, and I've always had a few people in my life. We also did not talk about health issues, it was all very fast. My fear is that, approximately, 4 to 5 days later I started to feel similar symptoms to a common virus like the flu with runny nose, I was very cold, but also this was due to exposure to the wood dust of the wardrobe of the my room that was closed, coughing with phlegm, fever and a little headache and body, I did not feel hungry and even fainted once yesterday, I erased. Today there is less catarrh in the throat and the flu has almost passed, I am still coughing congested, but it is not dry. IM getting better. These symptoms have already occurred to me before that day, usually fainting happens to me because I have low blood pressure, it happens when I spend a lot of time without eating as in the previous case. My flu is allergic. That's all I felt.

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Claudio Souza 16/12/2017 at 20:51

You say so, and I'll stick to it:

I'm not HIV positive, I do not have serious diseases and my immunity was good

How do you know? I am curious to know how you can gauge your immunity, whether it is good or bad, because this is a knowledge that needs to be disseminated in an explanatory and didactic way to the almost seven billion people who live on this planet !. What I see was an unprotected sexual relationship that has, yes, its risks. The immune window for this is from thirty days to ninety-nine percent of people and the remaining one percent is sixty days. The only thing I have to tell you in the face of the "all this" that you sprinkled here is that you may have, yes, contracted HIV and, according to your narratives, I see myself, even though I am not a health professional at all level, is that a person who has constant fainting needs medical help because I would be on hand if I had routine fainting spells. []'s Cláudio

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