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Why Don't We Use Condoms for Oral Sex?
You Asked It: Do I Need Condoms for Oral Sex? - Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
Unprotected oral sex is inarguably safer than unsheathed anal or vaginal sex, especially in regards to HIV, and it has no reproductive repercussions. Because of this, we recommend that everyone use condoms or dental dams during oral sex. Put the condom on the penis see step-by-step instructions. You can use a condom that has been cut open to form a dental dam. After you are done, throw away the condom.
5 Things To Know Before Putting A Condom In Your Mouth
Still, even in the case of skin transmitted STDs, using a condom during oral sex will reduce disease risk. If you keep a spermicidal lubricated condom in your mouth for too long, your tongue will go numb. Be sure to only use water-based lubricant not Vaseline or oils. Thank you, , for signing up.
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