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Naomi_Sweets See my TER Reviews 902 reads
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as an adult woman who chooses to participate in BBBJ, I know there's a risk.

But the risk is alot smaller than unprotected sex.  For one thing alot of viruses that thrive in the genitalia do not thrive in the mouth or stomach.  Stomach acid kills quite a bit of what if anything might make it down the throat.

After a bbbj, I brush my teeth and gargle with lysterine, further killing what might if anything might be there.

I've been doing bbbj for over ten years (when I was a civie), and I've never had any std's in my mouth or throat.

frinfo772121 reads

Hi,
What is your take on BJ without rubber. Isn't there risk of AIDS. Lets say guy before you got an virus and then you're next. As far as I understand you can easy get it as well.
Are providers completely dont care ?.....

The CDC has stats on this.

If you go to the Erotic Highway Board and do a search on the subject, you'll find them.

Stating a provider would not care is absurd, or do you think AIDS is gender specific, and just to let you know the odds are extremely low, even lower for men,  of contacting aid from a bbbj, please do take the time to check the stats yourself.  Different people consider risk differently.  Do us a favor a post with a bit of class next time
Doc

frinfo77440 reads

Not sure where you see me being rude here.

Posted By: HDDOC96
Stating a provider would not care is absurd, or do you think AIDS is gender specific, and just to let you know the odds are extremely low, even lower for men,  of contacting aid from a bbbj, please do take the time to check the stats yourself.  Different people consider risk differently.  Do us a favor a post with a bit of class next time
Doc

Don't sweat it. I've noticed there are some miserable people on these boards who have a chip on their shoulder and read every single post looking for someone to pounce on who forgot to dot their i's or cross their t's...

as an adult woman who chooses to participate in BBBJ, I know there's a risk.

But the risk is alot smaller than unprotected sex.  For one thing alot of viruses that thrive in the genitalia do not thrive in the mouth or stomach.  Stomach acid kills quite a bit of what if anything might make it down the throat.

After a bbbj, I brush my teeth and gargle with lysterine, further killing what might if anything might be there.

I've been doing bbbj for over ten years (when I was a civie), and I've never had any std's in my mouth or throat.

Less risk, so choose a provider whom shares the same concerns as you!

is spread by blood and body fluid contact. The chances of it being spread via a provider's mouth, is slim to none. If u had an open sore on your dick and her mouth was bleeding, Yes, u could contact it. ( if she was infected )

too much risk...who knows where anyone has been and if they have anything. You can't look at a penis and tell if its infected, better safe than sorry.

Seriously, if you don't want to risk your life then don't see providers who offer bbbj. You sound more like a provider than a hobbyist, and we have heard it all before. We know our risks, you know yours. Play accordingly.

When the mouth and tongue are healthy and uncut, the chance of getting a sexually transmitted infection (STI) through oral sex is quite uncommon, though possible. Sores or scrapes in the mouth present a ready passage-way for virus or bacteria to enter the blood stream. Unless you're 100 percent sure of your partner's clean bill of sexual health, it's a good idea to use protection if any cuts, tears, sores or scrapes are present in the mouth (even tiny sores, like accidentally biting your tounge). Additionally, after you've had your wisdom teeth yanked, a root canal performed, or your dentures re-fitted, it's wise to stay away from unprotected oral sex (even if your partner is STI-free, your dentist would probably advocate treating your mouth gently after any of these procedures).

STIs like gonorrhea, syphilis, Chlamydia, HPV, and HIV can be transmitted through pre-cum or ejaculate. Herpes, especially when cold sores are present, can also be passed on through oral sex. Although these cases are very rare, transmission is possible.

Good providers do care a great deal, and are attentive to staying as healthy as possible as Naomi conveyed.

See Also:
HIV Transmission from CDC
http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/resources/qa/transmission.htm

Ck out the Topic (Expand the plus) "Can I get HIV from Oral Sex?"

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