Can I get an STD from oral sex?
Yes. During oral sex, there is skin-to-skin contact and there can be body fluid exchange, so it is important to use barrier protection like un-lubricated condoms or latex dental dams to protect you during oral sex. Note: more and more people are being infected with genital herpes because they practiced oral sex while their partner had an active cold sore or herpes outbreak – also note, this virus can be transmitted even when there is no outbreak. See Herpesonline for more details! Why don’t teenagers protect themselves if they are having sex? It’s not always because they don’t know HOW to protect themselves, there are many other factors that may or may not come into play. Perhaps they…
The vast majority of us feel like we’re pretty decently knowledgeable about sex and Stds, however shouldn’t we think about the dangers of oral sex? Do you know which sicknesses could be transmitted through oral sex, and how to keep yourself safe? Read More About STD
You can get an STD from any form of sex. STD’s are passed from body fluids and an open sore on your penis would certainly be a way for something to pass to you. It is important whether you practice oral, vaginal or anal sex to use protection, namely a condom. A condom is the only form of protection that when used properly can prevent many types of STD’s. However they will not prevent something like crabs which will be spread through body to body contact. What worries me is that you asked if it was just hiv. HIV while not an actual disease leads to AIDS and the complications of which can kill you. Besides for using protection the other way to minimize the transmission of STD’s is to be in a stable relationship where you both remain monogamous. If you have multiple partners consider the fact that you are not only sleeping with that person but with basically everyone they have ever been with. The same is true for the person sleeping with you, you are placing that person at risk of catchin