Beware of these 3 blowjob risks

Oral sex is one of the most common activities between sexual partners. It’s considered lower-risk; however, when it comes to sexually transmitted infections (STI’s), there are some simple things you can put into your sexual health tool kit to help reduce your risk of getting an infection. So before you go sucking another dick, follow these […]

Health Sexual Health Brian Webb

This article was published on January 25th, 2016

Beware of these 3 blowjob risks

Oral sex is one of the most common activities between sexual partners. It’s considered lower-risk; however, when it comes to sexually transmitted infections (STI’s), there are some simple things you can put into your sexual health tool kit to help reduce your risk of getting an infection. So before you go sucking another dick, follow these three blowjob risks:

STI’s

It’s easy to contract an sexually transmitted infection (STI) though oral sex. If you have any cuts, abrasions, abscesses, or inflammation, hold off on sucking dick. Open sores inside your mouth are easy entry points for infections. Risk is even increased after brushing your teeth and/or flossing. If you have any of these situations, don’t do it.

Examine it

A quick physical look at your partner’s junk could help you avoid getting an STI. If he has any open sores or lesions, leave it alone.

Talk

Too many people aren’t open or are embarrassed to talk to their partner about sexual transmitted infections. Before giving that next blowjob, talk openly about the last time you were each tested last, and your sexual health history so you can make informed decisions about your pending risks. Be honest.

Getting tested regularly will also help reduce your risk of transmitting STI’s to other partners. By getting tested, you can be certain if you do or do not have an STI. For people who have multiple sexual partners it is recommended to get tested every three months. Of course, you should check with your physician or health care provider if you have questions, concerns, or need to get tested.

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