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Hi there,

Just a question. If a woman gives a man oral sex (without a condom), and they are both virgins, having never been with anyone sexually at all (meaning no manual, oral, anal, vaginal...) And also assuming they have not inherited an STD,

Is there any risk for an STD or a disease with this scenario?

[ 08-15-2009, 11:50 PM: Message edited by: Pancake ]

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The risk would be extremely low given these circumstances. But you have to take into consideration human error- for example, knowing absolutely for sure that a partner has had no previous partners, etc.

It never hurts to have an STI test done. In fact, it's recommended. That way you can rest easy. [Smile]

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