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Researchers have found that practising oral sex can increase the risk of developing the diseases 22 fold. New research has found that practising oral sex can dramatically increase the risk of developing throat cancer by as much as 22 times. A study found that people carrying the virus HPV human papillomavirus were twenty two times more likely to suffer from a potentially lethal tumour. It is thought that performing oral sex is the most likely way the HPV virus - usually associated with cervical cancer - is spread to the mouth. But the study, published in JAMA Oncology, is the first to show conclusively HPV's presence in the mouth leads to the development of oropharyngeal cancer, the type that affected Douglas. HPV is a well-known cause of 'oropharyngeal' tumours which affect the middle part of the throat including the soft palate, the base of the tongue and the tonsils.
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Woman suffers STROKE as lover performed oral sex when orgasm caused brain bleed
Woman suffers stroke after oral sex orgasm causes brain bleed
March 12, pm Updated March 12, pm. She felt sick when she arrived at the hospital and was suffering a nasty headache, which she scored as a 6 out of 10 on the pain scale. She had otherwise been well preceding the event. Read Next. Man survives three hours at sea by inflating his jeans. This story has been shared 21, times.
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Health Risks of Oral Sex
The unnamed year-old was enjoying the fruits of her lover's labour when she lost consciousness for two to three minutes. When they arrived, the man told medics his partner's body had gone stiff during the episode. She felt sick when she arrived at hospital, and was suffering a nasty headache which she scored as a six out of ten on the pain scale.
After the woman was unconscious for two to three minutes after the sex, her partner got nervous and took her to the emergency room at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London. At first, doctors believed, based on the symptoms, that the woman had suffered a seizure. Doctors later learned she had experienced a blackout caused by a sudden lack of blood supply to the brain, also known a reflex-mediated syncope, according to IFLScience. The report said doctors treated the woman with a procedure called endovascular coiling , which uses a catheter to transmit a tiny coil to seal off the aneurysm from blood flow. She was released from the hospital 15 days later.