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An_253383 posted:
If both of you and your partner are not infected of such diseases is there possibilities that both of you will get infected of hiv, std... etc.. by engaging w/ oral sex...?
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georgiagail responded:
Let's look at this logically....

Neither partner has an STD.

They engage in oral sex.

How would they pass an STD they don't have to each other?

These are infectious disease. If either do not have these diseases, they cannot transmit something they do not have to another person.

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abe648 responded:
Do you know if eiher of you have HSV 1 orally? If one of you do and you do oral sex then it is possible to transmit HSV 1 to a partner genitally and they would then have HSV 1 genitally. The good thing about this is that HSV 1 genitally does not have a lot of ob's. Have you been tested for all STI'S or are you justt assuming that you do not have any STI'S? If either of you have been sexually active with other partners then one of you could have some type of STI's and and just because either of you do not have any symptoms does not mean that you do not have any otther STI'S. Just wanted you to know what exposures you may or may not have.
Abe ...I am not a medical professional. Read the Herpes Handbook, Watch the Video and Terri Warren's book is availible umder the Heading Herpes at http://www.westoverheights.com/


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