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08-25-2008, 12:05 PM #1
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Besides HPV which is really common. I know, its a stupid question.
I am still confused, can you get a STD by eating her out?
I read on a few websites that you can get AIDs or HIV from oral sex.
A few months ago, I asked in a thread on this website. Who better to ask but PUAs and semi players. People here told me that its ether a very small possibility or no possibility.
So what is the correct answere. I am going to fuck some other chick soon, I want try some stuff on her like licking and sucking her clit while fingering. Try to trigger a orgasim but at the same time I am a lil worried
08-25-2008, 01:28 PM #2
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08-25-2008, 01:59 PM #3
My token rule is to only go down on chicks that I am a LTR with. I would not recommend trying shit out on people you have one night stands with because its difficult to know and more often then not they may have a STD. My LTRs have always had been tested for STDs, and I have as well, so we are sure we are clean before going at it without a condom / etc.
08-27-2008, 01:11 AM #4
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Your question, "can I get an STD by eating her out", the answer is yes you can, but the odds of it being HIV are on the slim side. Having said that, if you're not using a dental dam, you are putting your mouth, the organ you eat and drink with, at risk.
The highest risk is still going to be unprotected anal sex. And whether it's saliva, vaginal fluid, menstruation, or semen, they're all bodily fluids.
More likely to get another type of STD like herpes, syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea. Some of this might not kill you, but some of it can cause infertility, and lead to complications later on...
I'm not a fearmonger or try to tell people what they should or shouldn't do, but a lot of girls and women don't get themselves checked for STDs, and it gets worse with the head in the sand approach they take. I read that 1 in 4 in NYC have herpes, and the CDC reported that 1 in 4 teenage girls in America have some form of an STD. As I've seen on the board and from past experience, there are times when we forget to protect ourselves and take our chances. Maybe she forgot to take birth control.
Because the gay community is one of the highest risk for HIV (actually ignorance in areas where high school dropouts are frequent might be higher than the gay community) , they also know where the places to get checked out discreetly are. There are people who have the symptoms and WON'T GO. They don't want to face the inevitable, even if they're a mess. I know in some cities like LA, they actually have a van that goes around and does a swab test with your saliva...sometimes they park right in front of the clubs.
There's plenty of women who won't care if you use protection or not, they figure you have it under control. Some women might be allergic to latex and when you're in the heat of the moment might say "the hell with it" and go bareback.
If you want stats, go to the Center for Disease Control website, Planned Parenthood, state health, or Web MD. Call Dr Drew on the radio if you get it,he gets tons of questions like this... if you hear him sigh in frustration, you'll know the answer. I know Dr Sue on Oxygen is in reruns, but there's also questions like this she's answered, too.
There's a lot of information out there, being confused over something like this is dangerous.
I agree that unprotected sex should be reserved for someone that you feel safe enough to A: possibly get pregnant, B: is in a monogamous relationship or if you're in an open relationship, are being responsible.
Another fact - retirement communities are plagued with new STD cases. You're talking about people who were in relationships for decades using unprotected sex, and just being a creature of habit, continued to go without using protection, after all, they're too old to have kids. But ever since the blue pills have been the rage with seniors, sexual activity has increased significantly. They're also no better than teenagers when it comes to sex ed... Usually when they're getting blue pills, the physicians are handing out handfuls of free condoms to men in their 60s-80s. Some of these seniors are finding out they're getting more action now than they did at a time when sex outside marriage was a lot more taboo.
Also depends if she's seeing other guys.
This is not something you should be confused about.
08-27-2008, 03:22 AM #5
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I can't find exact risk of HIV infection when giving cunnilingus, but for a women giving oral the odds are 1 in 20,000 of getting infected. And that would be 20,000 exposures to an HIV infected person, not random people. I will go ahead and assume it's pretty similar for men giving oral. HIV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For comparison the odds of HIV infection if a man were to actually have intercourse with an HIV infected woman would be 6.5 in 10,000. These seem pretty good odds that most people probably will not want to believe I would assume. Of course if you're having alot of unprotected sex with alot of random people, those odds don't seem that good anymore considering what is at stake if you lose.
Last edited by voytech; 08-27-2008 at 03:34 AM.