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Oral sex and sexually transmitted infections
Dr. Ryan a urologist and men’s health expert at Cleveland clinic said that such STIs to be transmitted is the human papilloma virus that is associated with the cervical, penile, anal, head and neck cancers which presents as genital warts . “Other infections through oral sex include the herpes, HIV, trichomonas’s, hepatitis A, B&C. In addition, it is possible to contract pubic lice and genital warts.” said Sunny Rodgers, a clinical sexologist. He exclaims further that these infections could be invisible and thus transmitted especially during latent stage in the carriers.
Prevention of sexually transmitted infections
Unprotected sexual intercourse and masturbation alongside giving sexual satisfaction have led to issues pain, heart diseases and impotency as a result of the many damaging diseases that may be contracted during the process. It is important to fulfill ones sexual urges but also safely.
Kissing to spread sexually transmitted diseases
It does not matter what kind of kiss as any would lead to the transmission of the herpes simplex virus 1 and 2 (HSV-1, HSV-2) and the syphilis bacteria as recorded by Teena Chopra, the M.D at Detroit medical center. The officer says it is not a reason to cause peoples withdrawal from kissing, but it is to alert them of the risks associated with spit-swapping. People afraid of knowing their status can go for private STD testing.
The serious STI you’ve never heard of
Mycoplasma genitalium (Mgen) was first discovered in 1980. This is a bacterium which impacts one’s reproductive system and is normally spread via sexual contact. With respect to men, it hits the urethritis, triggering irritating sensations. In the case of women, it impacts the cervicitis and can possibly cause infertility. Whereas data may be limited with respect to how common this STD is, one study indicated that about 2,932 young men and women are battling the disease. The only sure way to know whether you have the infection is to take an STD Test.