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Oral sex and gonorrhea and other STIs' also for lesbians!

Oral Sex and Gonorrhea and Other STDs and Lesbians

(Neisseria gonorrhoeae)

Many come to me with the most constant doubt that comes down to this question:

Oral sex transmits HIV? The answer is in this other post.

Oral sex, which offers many and many a range of very gratifying sensations and emotions> However, it also offers many risks in relation to other Sexually Transmitted Diseases. And I concluded that I have to clarify these relatively obscure points of Sexuality and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

And you see, it is important to tell young people, that they do not consider oral sex as sexual intercourse!

And this opinion differs widely and abundantly different from reality! And yes, this can be a sad mistake.

For many, this is undoubtedly, well said, the only relationship that can exist on certain nights! 

Risk of infection by oral sex and Gonorrhea:

  • If you are the person who uses your mouth in oral sex to a partner with an infected penis. Yes, he could have gonorrhea in his throat.
  • For it’s quite likely that when you’re the one uses mouth in oral sex to a partner with a vagina or infected urinary tract can result in gonorrhea in your throat. *
  • Having oral sex with a partner with an infected rectum can result in gonorrhea in your throat. **
  • Having oral sex on a partner's penis with gonorrhea in the throat can result in gonorrhea on your penis.
  • When you receive oral sex in a partner's vagina gonorrhea in the throat can result in gonorrhea of ​​your vagina or urinary tract. *
  • And, if you get oral sex in a partner's anus with gonorrhea in the throat can result in gonorrhea in your rectum. *

* Statements followed by an asterisk (*) have not been well studied.

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Areas of initial infection for oral sex and gonorrhea:

  • Throat
  • Genitals
  • Urinary tract
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Does Oral Sex Pass HIV?

 

Initial signs and symptoms of infection:
  • Most gonorrhea infections in the throat have no symptoms. When symptoms are present, they can include a sore throat.
  • Symptoms of genital, urinary or rectal infection can include:
    • Discharge from the vagina or penis (discharge from the vagina can be bloody).
    • Burning sensation when urinating.
    • Sore or swollen testicles.
    • Rectal pain or discharge.
 
Treatment:
  • Throat infections are more difficult to cure than genital or rectal infections, but they can be treated with recommended antibiotics.
  • Genital and rectal infections can also be cured with the right medication.
  • The sexual partners of a person with gonorrhea should also be tested for infection. People diagnosed with gonorrhea should not have sex until 7 days after treatment ends with their sexual partners.

If left untreated, throat infections:

  • They can be transmitted to uninfected sexual partners.
  • E It can spread throughout the body, causing skin rashes and joint pain. This condition is called disseminated gonococcal infection. The heart may also be infected. This is a serious and potentially fatal condition.

If left untreated, genital, urinary and / or rectal infections:

  • They can be passed on to other sexual partners.
  • In women:
  • Em women pregnant:
    • It can result in premature birth or low birth weight in babies.
    • It can spread to the baby during delivery and can cause blindness, joint infections or a life-threatening blood infection.
  • In men:
    • May cause epididymitis, a painful condition in the ducts attached to the testicles that can lead to ductal scarring.
  • In all:
    • It is possible to increase the risk of getting HIV infection.
    • There is a risk of increasing the spread of HIV to sexual partners.
    • It can spread throughout the body, causing skin sores and joint pain. This condition is called disseminated gonococcal infection. The heart can also be infected, which is a serious and potentially fatal condition.al.

Is oral sex safer than vaginal or anal sex?

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Many sexually transmitted diseases can spread through oral sex. 

However, it is difficult to compare the exact risks of getting specific STDs from specific types of sexual activity. This is partly because most people who have oral sex also have vaginal or anal sex.

In addition, few studies have looked at the risks of sexually transmitted diseases other than HIV, giving oral sex in the vagina or anus, compared to giving oral sex in the penis.

  • Studies have shown that the risk of contracting HIV from having oral sex with an infected partner (giving or having oral sex) is much less than the risk of contracting HIV from anal or vaginal sex with an infected partner. This may not be true for other sexually transmitted diseases - in a study with "Gays" with syphilis, 1 in 5 reported having only oral sex.
    • Getting HIV from oral sex can be extremely low, but it is difficult to know the exact risk. 
    • If you are having oral sex, you must still protect yourself. 
    • Repeated exposure of unprotected oral sex to HIV can pose a considerable risk for the spread of other STDs for which the risk of spreading through oral sex has not been so well studied.

Problems like Gonorrhea in the rectum or in the Genital Tract

  • It is possible that certain STDs, such as chlamydia or gonorrhea, in the throat do not pose as much of a threat to the health of an infected person as getting an STD in the genital area or rectum. Having these throat infections can increase your risk of getting HIV. Having gonorrhea in the throat can also lead to the spread of the disease throughout the body. Besides that:
    • Chlamydia and gonorrhea infections in the throat can facilitate the spread of these infections to others through oral sex. This is especially important for gonorrhea, as throat infections can be more difficult to treat than urinary, genital, or rectal infections.
    • Infections of certain sexually transmitted diseases, such as syphilis and HIV, spread throughout the body. Therefore, infections acquired in the throat can lead to the same health problems as infections acquired in Organs genitals or rectum.
    • Infections in the mouth and throat due to certain categories of HPV, which can progress to cancer of the mouth or neck.

What can increase the chances of giving or getting an STD through oral sex?

It is possible that certain factors increase a person's chances of contracting STD or HIV during oral sex. Because, one cannot be sure, all the time, of the undetectable viral load of a seropositive partner.

In the case of people with STDs, even the items below do not guarantee safety

  • Have poor oral health, which can include tooth decay, gum disease or bleeding gums and oral cancer.
  • Having sores in the mouth or genitals.
  • Being exposed to the "pre-seminal" or "semen" (also known as pre-ejaculatory or ejaculation) of an infected partner.

However, no scientific studies have been carried out to show whether these factors actually increase the risk of contracting HIV or not!

In addition to all this, STDs can be easily contracted by oral sex!

What can you do to prevent STD transmission during oral sex?

Thus, it is possible that you can decrease your risk of passing, or contracting STDs, during oral sex using a condom, dental dam or other barrier method whenever you have oral sex.

I know, and I know well, that oral sex is, for many, many, an important thing, like observing "the damage" ... yes, the loss of limits during these moments, however, care is needed!

  1. For oral sex on the penis:
    • Cover the penis with a non-lubricated latex condom.
    • Use plastic (polyurethane) condoms if you or your partner is allergic to latex.

Well, unfortunately, the three lines below represent, as far as I could research, everything that seems to exist in the context of the relationship between two women, or lesbians!

  1. For oral sex in the vagina or anus

 

  • Use a dental dam (seek information from your dentist; dentist).
  • Cut a condom to form a square and place it between your partner's mouth and vagina or anus.
The only way to avoid sexually transmitted diseases is not to have vaginal, anal or oral sex.

Therefore, if you are sexually active, and like to practice or receive, as well as both options, you can do the following, as this is what you have to reduce your chances of getting an STD during oral sex:

  • Being in a relationship mutually monogamous long term with a partner who is not infected with an STD (for example, a partner who has been tested and has negative STD tests). - Here among us, this is a model of relationship where mutual trust. And this level of trust must be well established!
  • For, if loyalty is lacking, all the people involved in this agreement will be at risk, while living in doubt!
  • To quote a sad example, for my friend Amarílis it was worthless.
  • And I see that in relationships polyamorous the difficulty of knowing for sure what is happening does not allow this model.
  • Thus, for these relationships, only real and physical protection can guarantee such security and, yes, in this case, in this case,  a PrEP associated with the condom is welcome!
  • Yeah, using latex condoms the right way every time you make love.
It is important to remember that many infected people may not be aware of their infection, because STDs usually have no symptoms and are not recognized.
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Therefore, if you are sexually active, you should have regular tests to check your sexual and reproductive health, along with serology against HIV.

And, above all, talking to your partner (s) about sexually transmitted diseases. If you think you may have an STD, please, for your sake and that of others, stop having sex! And visit your doctor or clinic to get tested. 

And finally, understand the importance of talking openly with your doctor. For, any detail about any sexual activities that might put you at risk for an STD, including oral sex ,. must be informed.

cool! There is no reason to be ashamed!

reinforcing:  https://soropositivo.org/2010/10/12/atencao-sexo-oral-nao-e-preliminar-e-tem-riscos/

Wait 30 days, take your exam and accept your 

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Translated by Original Claudio Souza in Gonorrhea

 

 

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