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We know that oral sex does carry risk for STD transmission. The risks vary depending on which infection we are discussing. Some STDs are transmitted through skin-to-skin contact, including oral-genital and oral-anal contact. For example, herpes and syphilis are spread by contact with infectious sores or lesions, so oral sex could definitely spread these infections regardless of ejaculation. Ejaculation during oral sex makes no difference with any of these infections.
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If You Swallow the Semen of an HIV-Positive Person Can You Be Infected?
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So that perhaps explains the reason why we get asked this sensible question so often: does oral sex put me at risk of getting HIV? Oral sex is generally considered to be very low risk for HIV transmission. Risk can increase if there are sores, abrasions or cuts in the mouth or following a dental procedure like tooth extraction. The best advice is to avoid getting cum in the mouth in these circumstances. HIV needs an entry point such as a cut to be transmitted, so you may want to avoid getting these fluids in your mouth if you have bad gingivitis, an STI in the throat or other sores in the mouth. HIV transmission from oral sex is very rare whatever you choose.
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CAN I GET HIV FROM ORAL SEX?
Back when I used to go to church camp, we school boys believed there were two types of virginities: the mouth and the penis or vagina. Nowadays, oral sex is as common as a handshake. How the tides have changed. Oral sex is one of the most common of sexual behaviours.
The risk of acquiring HIV during oral sex sucking the penis of an HIV-positive person is pretty low, but it isn't zero. Taking your partner's ejaculate cum or pre-cum in your mouth appears to make transmission more likely. Almost all of the individuals who say that oral sex must have been the way they acquired HIV and whose cases have been medically evaluated mention that they took ejaculate in the mouth. It isn't actually the swallowing that matters, it's probably having the ejaculate in your mouth especially if there are any cuts or ulcers there.