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Do You Pratice Safe Oral Sex
 
# 1 : Monday 13-1-2014 @ 13:49
 
 
I like to think most of us use a condom when we have vaginal or anal sex and those who dont know we should
But how many of use use protection for oral sex
Would it occur to you to use a condom or even a dental dam
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# 2 : Monday 13-1-2014 @ 14:02
 
 
It's normally perfectly safe from HIV infection because it is believed HIV is killed by saliva apparently. An exception would be if the mouth/gums are bleeding in which case the virus could be contracted.
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# 3 : Monday 13-1-2014 @ 14:13
 
 
HIV yes
Its basically impossible to get HIV from RECEIVING a blow job and near impossible giving it
It is impossible with Cunnilingus

Other diseases including HPV and HSV are possible
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# 4 : Monday 13-1-2014 @ 14:29
 
 
Someone said :
I like to think most of us use a condom when we have vaginal or anal sex and those who dont know we should
But how many of use use protection for oral sex
Would it occur to you to use a condom or even a dental dam

Add a survey.
I'm fairly sure you will find that less than 1% of people use condoms or other "protection" for oral sex.
I don't.
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# 5 : Monday 13-1-2014 @ 19:28
 
 
I never have.
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# 6 : Monday 13-1-2014 @ 19:30
 
 
I don't, but have done.
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# 7 : Monday 13-1-2014 @ 21:11
 
 
Have never even thought of using one, think it would take all the pleasure out of it.
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# 8 : Tuesday 14-1-2014 @ 00:15
 
 
Have never used a condom for oral sex.
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# 9 : Tuesday 14-1-2014 @ 09:56
 
 
No I have never used any protection for oral sex.
Honestly it would not even occur to me.Yet I would be safe enough when having penetrative sex.
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# 10 : Tuesday 14-1-2014 @ 12:33
 
 
Someone said :

Its basically impossible to get HIV from RECEIVING a blow job and near impossible giving it

I am afraid you are simply incorrect and whoever you are getting your sexual health advice from (if anyone) sounds like they are not a qualified sexual health professional.

HIV is often spread through blood to blood contact, or semen to blood contact. Consequently if semen (or pre-cum) containing the HIV virus comes in direct contact with bleeding gums, (many adults have bleeding gums without even realising it) or cuts or sores in the mouth or oesophagus, then there is a chance the virus will be passed from one person to the other.

It is irresponsible to make statements such as you have made as you may well mislead readers into thinking you know what you are talking about, and the only proper place to get sexual heath advice is from a suitable medically qualified sexual health professional.

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# 11 : Tuesday 14-1-2014 @ 17:35
 
 
Someone said :

I am afraid you are simply incorrect and whoever you are getting your sexual health advice from (if anyone) sounds like they are not a qualified sexual health professional.

HIV is often spread through blood to blood contact, or semen to blood contact. Consequently if semen (or pre-cum) containing the HIV virus comes in direct contact with bleeding gums, (many adults have bleeding gums without even realising it) or cuts or sores in the mouth or oesophagus, then there is a chance the virus will be passed from one person to the other.

It is irresponsible to make statements such as you have made as you may well mislead readers into thinking you know what you are talking about, and the only proper place to get sexual heath advice is from a suitable medically qualified sexual health professional.

Notwithstanding this however academic research has indicated that the chances are very, very low.
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# 12 : Tuesday 14-1-2014 @ 19:01
 
 
Someone said :

Notwithstanding this however academic research has indicated that the chances are very, very low.

Very, very low is very, very, very different to impossible.
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# 13 : Tuesday 14-1-2014 @ 19:04
 
 
Someone said :

Very, very low is very, very, very different to impossible.

Yes but in common parlance many people use the term virtually impossible almost as a synonym.
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# 14 : Wednesday 15-1-2014 @ 10:45
 
 
Someone said :

Notwithstanding this however academic research has indicated that the chances are very, very low.

I am afraid you are simply incorrect. The chance of transmission of HIV from semen to blood is not "very very low" as you mistakenly claim. In any case, anyone who offers sexual health advice on the internet seems to demonstrate the value of their advice.

The only place to seek sexual health advice is directly from a qualified sexual health professional, and anyone wo takes sexual health advice from strangers on the internet might be considered foolish.
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# 15 : Wednesday 15-1-2014 @ 17:13
 
 
Someone said :

I am afraid you are simply incorrect. The chance of transmission of HIV from semen to blood is not "very very low" as you mistakenly claim. In any case, anyone who offers sexual health advice on the internet seems to demonstrate the value of their advice.

The only place to seek sexual health advice is directly from a qualified sexual health professional, and anyone wo takes sexual health advice from strangers on the internet might be considered foolish.

No I'm not wrong.

Someone said :
In late 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 wasn't zero...
...a person with HIV performing oral sex on someone who is HIV negative is considered to be very low risk ...
...HIV transmission through 'insertive fellatio', which means an HIV-negative man receiving oral sex from a person with HIV, is very low risk and may be impossible...
...There have been very few reports of possible HIV transmission through cunnilingus (oral sex performed on a woman). It is biologically possible that HIV could be passed on through an HIV-negative person performing oral sex on a woman with HIV, but this is considered to be low risk ...
...There have been no documented cases of someone being infected with HIV through receiving cunnilingus from a woman with HIV...

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