Oral Sex and Sexually Transmitted Infections Many people in recovery from alcoholism, addiction, gambling and co-dependency may be exploring their sexuality from a new perspective. Safer and more enjoyable oral can be an exciting experience. Compared to sex, oral sex is considered a lower-risk sexual activity. There is zero risk of unwanted pregnancy and a …∞
Scientific research shows that the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is transmitted by contaminated body fluids such as blood, semen (including pre-ejaculatory fluid), vaginal fluids and breast milk. Unprotected sex is one of the leading modes of transmission. People often perform various sexual activities during a single encounter. That is why it is difficult to assess …∞
Although there is some uncertainty about hepatitis C (also called hep C) being transmitted sexually, it’s not classified as an STI (sexually transmissible infection). General scientific knowledge supports this position. Some people, unable to identify any other risk factors, believe they may have contracted hep C sexually. Additionally, some research suggests that a small percentage …∞
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