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waterboy875
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before, me and my girlfriend had only touched each others genitals, today i like her genital, the inside, and then she sucked on my penis. i dont think i came inside her mouth, but if i did are there any negative effects to this? i am just worried about any negative effects genital touching can have. Are we at risk of anything by what we did? Can someone explain to me what oral sex really is,,,
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113533
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Yes, unprotected oral sex does pose STD risks, so you and your partner should plan on getting screened in the near future. And also, in the future, you should plan on practicing safer sex (by using condoms and dental dams)

Oral sex is when one partner stimulates the others genitals using their mouth.


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waterboy875
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is this deadly or dangerous, it was nothing serious, i mean what we did was nothing serious and totally unconcious... she basically jus touched her mouth on my penis, what is the worst that can happen in our case?? im pretty scared so please bare with me and advise...

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Most STD's are not deadly, but yes, some are dangerous. There is no way of knowing what YOUR risk was, but you have had a "real" risk. Just plan on getting tested in the near future (while keeping in mind that it may take a while for some STD's to show up), and start practicing safer sex. For now, being scared really isn't going to help. But being mature about your choices, and dealing with them in a safe and healthy manner will.
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Gumdrop Girl
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yes, unprotected oral sex carries STD risks, and these risks do not require ejaculation.

About 60% of the population has cold sores, which are oral herpes. that's a lot of people, and most of them got it through totally nonsexual means. HOWEVER, these nonsexual herpes can be transmitted sexually during oral sex. The oral herpes virus goes from one partner's mouth to the other partner's genitals. Then the receiving partner winds up with oral herpes sores on their genitals. They look and feel like genital herpes.

Condoms protect the penis against picking up the virus. that's why it's so important to use a condom during oral sex. Even if the contact lasts a minute.

for more info, check out these articles: Safe, Sound & Sexy - A Safer Sex How-To and Mouthing Off On Oral Sex.

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Sedi Tlugvi
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Out of curiousity, if you were infected with the oral herpes virus, but preformed oral sex while no blisters were present, is there still a risk of your partner contracting the virus?
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Gumdrop Girl
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oral hereps and genital herpes can be transmitted without any sores present. In fact, carriers are MOST contagious *right before* the appearance of sores.

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