What Are The Risks Of Sucking Vagina Or Penis?

What are the risks of sucking vagina or penis? Sometimes, out of the huge excitement that characterises sex or the zeal to explore their sexuality, people go beyond the normal sexual intercourse or foreplay and they try out other things that could make the experience a great one such as “giving head”.

One of such things people do for a supposed better sexual experience is to practise oral sex, which involves using the mouth, lips or tongue to stimulate the penis (an act known as fellatio); the testicles; the vagina (an act known as cunnilingus); clitoris; the genital area or even the anus (anilingus).

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It is also known as BLOW JOB.

To some, especially people who don’t do it, it is particularly disgusting, as they would readily remember that these sex organs are also used for discharging certain wastes such as urine or menstrual wastes out of the body.

But those who do it claim that it is exciting, sexually satisfying and that it rules out the possibility of unwanted pregnancy.

One such testifier by name Tina Duth says “Just make sure it is all clean, washed before you put you put your mouth to it. I love sucking penis and have never fallen ill from it.

“My husband and other men in life have licked my vulva several times and they have never complained. I don’t let anyone lick me before I clean myself.

“I also keep a shaved pussy. I also made my men remove hair from area that I needed to put in my mouth. I guess hair is not healthy. So keep it without hair and keep it washed.

“If you are thinking that penis or vulva is where urine comes out, and hence it is not wise to put mouth there then that’s not a real issue healthwise.

“It causes immense pleasure to the receiving person. Typically the person giving the mouth takes pleasure from the fact that these are causing immense sexual pleasure to the receiver.

“I personally love how a small penis becomes all excited in my mouth, tightens up as I play with it my mouth with my tongue.

“I love how my man groans and how all his strength goes away when his semen bursts into my mouth. I love how he is so grateful to me once I do this to him.

When someone gives me head, I feel much better than any intercourse or fingering. It’s the softness and rubbing in the process that gets me.

“My body gets off with an earth shattering orgasm that keeps me blushing throughout the rest of the act.

So let go of your inhibitions and enjoy it than worrying about it.”

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With that said, what are the risks of sucking vagina or penis? How risky is it?

There are a few known cases of people getting HIV from giving oral sex (licking or sucking). There are no known cases of someone getting HIV from receiving oral sex (being licked or sucked).

Experts believe that oral sex without protection is less risky than other kinds of sex, but all agree that it is possible to get HIV from giving oral sex to an HIV-infected partner without protection, especially if the HIV-infected partner ejaculates in the mouth.

Certain factors too, such as the presence of any cuts or sores in the mouth, are thought to increase the riskiness of oral sex.

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However, giving oral sex commonly known as blow job to a man has been proven to carry some risk of getting HIV, although most scientists believe the risk is relatively low.

The risk increases if the person giving the blow job has any cuts or scrapes in his or her mouth, even small ones that can be caused by brushing or flossing right before sex.

To have safer oral sex, avoid getting any semen in your mouth, either by stopping oral sex before ejaculation or by using a nonspermicidal condom.

You can use an oral barrier such as a dental dam or plastic wrap to make oral-anal sex (rimming) safer.

On the other hand, giving oral sex to or going down on a woman is also relatively low risk.

The possibility of infection is higher if there is menstrual blood, if the woman has another STD (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) in addition to HIV, or if the person performing oral sex has sores or cuts in the mouth.

You can use an oral barrier such as a dental dam or plastic wrap to make oral-vaginal sex (cunnilingus) or oral-anal sex (rimming) safer.

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Other Risk Of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

There are many diseases besides HIV that can be passed through unprotected oral sex, including herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, hepatitis A, and the viruses that cause warts, intestinal parasites, and other conditions.

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