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There is a risk of contracting a sexually-transmitted disease through unprotected oral sex. Herpes, Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV, hepatitis...
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Hi Have a good read of this link, it could answer all your questions.http://goaskalice.columbia.edu/we-both-have-herpes-mdash-so-what-about-oral...
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I'm no expert but yes it is possible. even when breakouts are not apparent because there are body fluids from the genital area coming in contact...
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Genital herpes in the genitals. You cannot transmit the virus from the genital through your mouth, unless of course, you also had oral herpes...
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Yes, it is possible for either partner to become infected with HIV through performing or receiving oral sex. While no one knows exactly what the...
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Hi, As long as she is clean and healthy, cant think of any problems, except than there is always germs, to think of, but your find most of us guys...
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Hi, The thing is if you can get an erection, then use it, how you get one has one does not really matter, its getting one that counts. Trust me from...
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Hi Found this info in a file of mine, its collected info. To answer your questions, yes, it's possible to pass a yeast infection to a partner...
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The frequency of sex among married couples depends on how old they are. One survey looked at the sex lives of married people by age. They found that:...
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Hi, You should refrain from both intercourse and oral sex till she is over it, but she could be in for a long run, but it is something that comes and...
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Masturbation is not harmful, and will not affect your ability to achieve or maintain an erection during sex.  If you are having these issues...
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I can't answer that question....The oral cavity can have herpes, Chlamydia, gonorrhea, and HPV. When you have random sexual contact, even orally...
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Hi, Is this your g/f or a street hooker? if its a hooker, then don't od it, if its your g/f and you have been with her for sometime and know a...
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As men grow older, their testosterone levels slowly decline which could be a reason.  First things first, talk to him about it.