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Can gay oral sex cause aids

The risk of getting HIV through receiving oral sex that is, a partner's mouth on your genitals is very, very low. We can't say that there's zero risk, because there are a few cases of HIV infection in people who have no other known risk factors for HIV. Also, we can imagine a scenario where an HIV-infected person's mouth is bleeding when he or she is giving oral sex. This could increase the risk of infecting the partner.
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Can oral sex with an infected woman cause AIDS?

Can gay oral sex cause aids
Can gay oral sex cause aids
Can gay oral sex cause aids
Can gay oral sex cause aids
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Can oral sex with an infected woman cause AIDS?

The risk of HIV through unprotected anal intercourse is seen to be extremely high, as much 18 times greater than vaginal intercourse. The reasons for the increased risk are well known and include such factors as:. Furthermore, the secretion of blood from damaged rectal tissues can increase the risk for the insertive "top" partner, providing the virus a route of transmission through the urethra and tissues that line the head of the penis particularly under the foreskin. In their review of 16 different high-quality studies, researchers at the Imperial College and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine concluded that the per-risk act of HIV through condomless anal sex was roughly around 1. The risk of transmission was further increased if the insertive partner was uncircumcised 0. By contrast, the per-partner risk —in which an HIV-positive person is in an exclusive relationship with an HIV-negative partner—painted a somewhat clearer picture for both the receptive and insertive partners.
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What Is the Risk of HIV From Anal Sex?

Some sexually active gay and bisexual men may benefit from getting tested more often, for example, every 3 to 6 months. Because of the high percentage of gay and bisexual men who are living with HIV, the risk of being exposed to HIV is increased for a gay or bisexual man. Choose less risky sexual behaviors. Receptive anal sex is the riskiest type of sex for getting HIV.
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Obviously, these are interactive sessions and I had a query from the audience which I could not answer. The query was: if a man has oral sex performed on him by an infected lady, is there a likelihood that he would get infected? Can the virus route itself through the opening in the penis and enter the bloodstream and infect the man? Could you kindly clear my doubts? A: In response to the first part of your question, oral unprotected sex with an infected person does have an element of risk, if the mouth has cuts or sores and bleeds from then the element of risk is increased.

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