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    Sexually transmitted disease - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I check this article and it show that by receiving oral sex man can get the following diseases :


    but when he is the one the preform it, then it is only the following:
    Performing oral sex on a woman

    is that mean that it is safer for a man to preform oral sex on woman than to receive oral sex?


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    This is counter-intuitive, I agree, as the volume of body fluids exchanged is greater male to female than in the opposite direction. Some form of barrier is an obvious precaution for such encounters, as distasteful as this alternative may be- literally.

    The health you save may be your own and anything is preferable to celibacy as far as many are concerned.


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    Receiving oral sex means receiving saliva from your partner. However, the person giving the oral sex receives genital fluids into his/her mouth.

    Saliva is largely sterile. Even the AIDS virus is found in saliva in quantities too small to be infective. Genital fluids, on the other hand, may contain any or all the pathogens that cause STD's. Thus, giving oral sex may result in STD pathogens passing into the giver's mouth. Receiving saliva is mostly safe. (Which is why kissing normally does not pass on disease.)
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    Don't forget about HPV, and the risk of HPV related oral cancer that is linked to oral sex:

    Oral Sex May Cause More Throat Cancer Than Smoking in Men, Researchers Say - Bloomberg
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    Male on male subject's to a frame outside of which I would want to talk about.My impression is when a man has the intentions of any actions oral,anal or whatever with another male. I would wish he would stop and buy a hotdog instead!I might be off subject here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeptic View Post
    Receiving oral sex means receiving saliva from your partner. However, the person giving the oral sex receives genital fluids into his/her mouth.

    Saliva is largely sterile. Even the AIDS virus is found in saliva in quantities too small to be infective. Genital fluids, on the other hand, may contain any or all the pathogens that cause STD's. Thus, giving oral sex may result in STD pathogens passing into the giver's mouth. Receiving saliva is mostly safe. (Which is why kissing normally does not pass on disease.)
    So is wikipedia wrong?

    It claim man has more danger in recieving oral sex from woman than performaing one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by programAngel View Post
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    Receiving oral sex means receiving saliva from your partner. However, the person giving the oral sex receives genital fluids into his/her mouth.

    Saliva is largely sterile. Even the AIDS virus is found in saliva in quantities too small to be infective. Genital fluids, on the other hand, may contain any or all the pathogens that cause STD's. Thus, giving oral sex may result in STD pathogens passing into the giver's mouth. Receiving saliva is mostly safe. (Which is why kissing normally does not pass on disease.)
    So is wikipedia wrong?

    It claim man has more danger in recieving oral sex from woman than performaing one?
    The vagina is an acidic environment, because of its features. This is so because if the vagina was neutral it would be at a greater risk against pathogens. In some ways it already is. Women are more likely to receive bladder infections than men, the entrance route for bladder infections usually being the vagina.

    With men however, the penis is not an acidic environment. I am sure they are at a minutely higher risk for STIs affecting the skin, and possibly for other infections via the urethra. I don't think it matters whether a woman or a man performs the oral sex. I'm sure the risks are entirely based on the anatomy of the recepting partner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stander-j View Post
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    Receiving oral sex means receiving saliva from your partner. However, the person giving the oral sex receives genital fluids into his/her mouth.

    Saliva is largely sterile. Even the AIDS virus is found in saliva in quantities too small to be infective. Genital fluids, on the other hand, may contain any or all the pathogens that cause STD's. Thus, giving oral sex may result in STD pathogens passing into the giver's mouth. Receiving saliva is mostly safe. (Which is why kissing normally does not pass on disease.)
    So is wikipedia wrong?

    It claim man has more danger in recieving oral sex from woman than performaing one?
    The vagina is an acidic environment, because of its features. This is so because if the vagina was neutral it would be at a greater risk against pathogens. In some ways it already is. Women are more likely to receive bladder infections than men, the entrance route for bladder infections usually being the vagina.

    With men however, the penis is not an acidic environment. I am sure they are at a minutely higher risk for STIs affecting the skin, and possibly for other infections via the urethra. I don't think it matters whether a woman or a man performs the oral sex. I'm sure the risks are entirely based on the anatomy of the recepting partner.
    Well I will focus my question.

    for the man is it more dangerous to preform oral sex on a woman or to receive oral sex from a woman?
    According to the article in wikipedia (that could be incorrect) form performing oral sex you can only get herps while receiving oral sex you can get a longer list of disease.

    I am talking about the man.

    Is this because the anatomy of the penis?

    That make it more dangrous to him than the mouth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeptic View Post
    Receiving oral sex means receiving saliva from your partner. However, the person giving the oral sex receives genital fluids into his/her mouth.

    Saliva is largely sterile. Even the AIDS virus is found in saliva in quantities too small to be infective. Genital fluids, on the other hand, may contain any or all the pathogens that cause STD's. Thus, giving oral sex may result in STD pathogens passing into the giver's mouth. Receiving saliva is mostly safe. (Which is why kissing normally does not pass on disease.)
    if this is true then why it is more dangerous for man to receive oral sex than preform one?
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    To program angel

    The wiki article did not give clear quantitative risk levels comparing giving and receiving oral sex. My point stands. Genital fluids hold more STD pathogens than saliva. Hence, taking a genital fluid into the mouth is far riskier than accepting saliva from a partner. This is most especially true for AIDS, but is also true for gonorrhoea and syphilis.

    If it were otherwise, we would have major epidemics from kissing, which we do not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeptic View Post
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    The wiki article did not give clear quantitative risk levels comparing giving and receiving oral sex. My point stands. Genital fluids hold more STD pathogens than saliva. Hence, taking a genital fluid into the mouth is far riskier than accepting saliva from a partner. This is most especially true for AIDS, but is also true for gonorrhoea and syphilis.

    If it were otherwise, we would have major epidemics from kissing, which we do not.
    It doesn't give quantity but it mention only Herpes as a risk for a man preforming Cunnilingus and it mention Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Non-gonococcal, urethritis, Herpes, Syphilis as a risk to a man receiving Fellatio.


    so it seem man can get more disease from receiving Fellatio?
    Isn't it?
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    No. That is a false interpretation from the article.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stander-j View Post
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    Receiving oral sex means receiving saliva from your partner. However, the person giving the oral sex receives genital fluids into his/her mouth.

    Saliva is largely sterile. Even the AIDS virus is found in saliva in quantities too small to be infective. Genital fluids, on the other hand, may contain any or all the pathogens that cause STD's. Thus, giving oral sex may result in STD pathogens passing into the giver's mouth. Receiving saliva is mostly safe. (Which is why kissing normally does not pass on disease.)

    It claim man has more danger in recieving oral sex from woman than performaing one?
    The vagina is an acidic environment, because of its features. This is so because if the vagina was neutral it would be at a greater risk against pathogens. In some ways it already is. Women are more likely to receive bladder infections than men, the entrance route for bladder infections usually being the vagina.

    With men however, the penis is not an acidic environment. I am sure they are at a minutely higher risk for STIs affecting the skin, and possibly for other infections via the urethra. I don't think it matters whether a woman or a man performs the oral sex. I'm sure the risks are entirely based on the anatomy of the recepting partner.

    Urethra is shorter in case of female for obvious reasons, therefore easier time for bacteria seeking access to bladder, but men can and do suffer from such infections. Both sexes may acquire this type of infection from improper catheterization.

    I knew a guy once who was paraplegic and always had to cath himself- everywhere in his apartment were plastic urinals with red catheters sticking out, half full of urine. I said, "(name), if you want to get chicks to come over, you need a new decorator."
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    Once Merrill's Marauders were on combat patrol in the WWII, searching for Japanese patrols. During a river crossing one poor guy got a leech in his urethra. Once leech was swollen with blood it was impossible to dislodge and totally blocked flow of urine. He was seriously going to amputate the penis, the agony was so great, but native people had dealt with this before and extracted the critter with bamboo tweezers.

    Way off topic, but wow, if this story made you squeamish you should be glad I do not bring up some of the STD treatments of yesteryear.
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    I would say it is more dangerous for the person who performs oral sex. However, the risk cannot be quantified. We just don't know what the risk is of oral cancer from HPV
    contracted from oral sex.

    However, with oral cancer you are not just risking an std. You are risking having major surgery on the head and neck that could require a tracheostomy, a feeding tube, and radiation.

    That will definitely effect your quality of life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeptic View Post
    No. That is a false interpretation from the article.
    Ok,

    where am I wrong?

    Because it doesn't make sense to me either.


    As I understand it, when a preform oral sex on a woman, I can only get herpes, but if I receive oral sex from a woman, then I can get herpes and Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Non-gonococcal, urethritis, Syphilis.
    And I can not get Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Non-gonococcal, urethritis, Syphilis from preforming oral sex on a woman.

    Where am I wrong in my understanding of the article?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dedo View Post
    I would say it is more dangerous for the person who performs oral sex. However, the risk cannot be quantified. We just don't know what the risk is of oral cancer from HPV
    contracted from oral sex.
    If I understand the article correctly then a man preforming oral sex on a woman can not get HPV.


    Where am I wrong?
    I am not a native English speaker but that is what I get from their list.

    I talk about the list "Odds of transmission per unprotected sexual act with an infected person".
    I don't see HPV in the Performing oral sex on a woman.
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    A woman performing oral sex on a male who is free of herpes lesions or other signs that are not normal have very few risks of catching anything if they don't swallow the man's semen and don't release alot of pre - cum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by programAngel View Post
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    I would say it is more dangerous for the person who performs oral sex. However, the risk cannot be quantified. We just don't know what the risk is of oral cancer from HPV
    contracted from oral sex.
    If I understand the article correctly then a man preforming oral sex on a woman can not get HPV.


    Where am I wrong?
    I am not a native English speaker but that is what I get from their list.

    I talk about the list "Odds of transmission per unprotected sexual act with an infected person".
    I don't see HPV in the Performing oral sex on a woman.
    That is not correct.

    A man who performs oral sex on a woman can get HPV and this places the man at risk of contracting oral cancer from the HPV.

    The risk goes up with frequency.
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