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Oral Sex Std Worry
Guapojawn posted:
I have recieved unprotected felatio from a woman on 2 seperate occasions. The first time was 6 weeks ago the second was 3 weeks ago. I have no signs or syptoms.What is the likelihood of contracting an std from receiving unprotected oral? She was tested for all the common stds and was cleared. However she did not getva throat swab. I am so worried! I have doneva lot of reading and It seems the info on oral is very vague!
georgiagail responded:
This all depends (of course) on whether this partner had any STDs in her oral cavity. How are we to know if she had something there?

Guapojawn replied to georgiagail's response:
True, but how common are oral stds? I have not found any statistics on the subject.
georgiagail replied to Guapojawn's response:
Since oral sex is such a popular exercise, it is not unusual to find chlamydia and/or gonorrhea in the oral cavity of those who engage in this activity with a wide range of partners through unprotected sexual contact.


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