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Old 09-23-2003, 10:07 AM   #1
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Hey Guys just wondering what is the cahnce of Catching something from Oral sex and you dont know the woman?

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i have heard that you have more chances of winning the Lottery than catching something from Oral especailly when a Rubber is used, is this true
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Old 09-23-2003, 11:12 AM   #2
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Well one question 1st. Y did u wear a condom 2 have head? most girls wud find that very wierd and it wudnt feel that great for u. + condoms r nasty tasting things. U sure u wore a condom for head? or was u pist and cant remember

 
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Old 09-23-2003, 12:08 PM   #3
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well
that condom thing doesnt come into play yet..
it depend of who was givjng, and who was recieving..
it u were givin, then you will probably be fine, but only if you DO NOT have any cold sores,ulcers, or any other cuts in your mouth

 
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There is a very low risk of catching an STD if you are receiving oral sex.

If you are giving oral sex, there is some risk of catching some STD's, although its less than regular sex. Here are the STD's you are at risk of catching when giving oral sex:

- Herpes. This is the most common orally transmitted STD.

- Gonorrehea

- Hepatitis B

- HIV. Yes, you can catch AIDS from oral sex. You would need something like a combination of a cut in the mouth and semen, or a cut in the mouth and a cut in the vagina, which is rare, but certainly possible.

Using a condom during oral sex reduces these risks considerably. I don't know what the odds are versus a lightning strike, but they are much improved over not using a condom.

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