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gokillsomekitties
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if a girl gives a guy a blow job, he cums in her mouth, she swallows, they make out, and then he goes down on her, could she be pregnant?
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It's theoretically possible that there could be a tiny, tiny risk of pregnancy there.

But the potential risk of STI transmission from the unprotected oral sex in that scenario is far, far bigger.

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im not worried about the STIs because i havent been with anybody else before, and he has gotten properly tested and is clean and healthy.
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Unprotected oral sex can STILL carry STI risks, and there are STIs that can be transmitted nonsexually, therefore making it possible for you to have one even if you've never been with anyone else sexually.

Herpes, for exmaple, can be transmitted orally. Cold sores are oral herpes, and cold sores are something a large percentage of the population has, most from very innocent contact such as receiving a kiss from a close relative who has them, or sharing a drink or chapstick with a friend. Oral herpes can be transmitted to the genitals during unprotected sex.

So, what logic_grrl said still has value. It's best to use protection for oral sex. [Smile]

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