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I was wondering what the most and least common STI's transmitted through oral sex were? Over the summer, during my yearly exam I was found free of gonorreah, chlamydia, and hpv. But a month or so after that, I went down on my friend. My mouth was only on him for a small amount of time, and I know he swears by condoms for vaginal sex. Its been three months and I don't have symptoms and he doesn't have symptoms, but I know this doesn't always matter and I'm a hypochondriac. I'm going to get tested as soon as I had a day off from school or work, but I'm just curious how high my risk is of having something [Frown]
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Hello there,
This link goes through and explains the STIs which can be transmitted via oral sex:

It's great if you're both able to get tested as having no symptoms is not an indication of being STI free.

"Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation and that is an act of political warfare."

Audre Lorde

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