Is Oral Sex Safe?
You Asked: Is oral Sex Safe?
While those who promote oral sex like Planned Parenthood and the porn industry, the logical truth is that any time you exchange bodily fluids between multiple partners, you run the risk of problems. Medical studies indicate that the answer to the question, “Is oral sex safe?” is no!
There is a known fact that sexually transmitted disease or infections are transmitted when a person practices unprotected sex with more than one partner.
With oral sex, the same risk is present. A new article published April 13, 2016 by the Cancer Care Team of the Cleveland Clinic.
The Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. The Cleveland Clinic is a multispecialty academic hospital located in Cleveland, Ohio that is owned and operated by the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, an Ohio non-profit corporation established in 1921.
This in-depth article about the risks of oral sex begins with this statement:
“You likely think of cervical cancer when you hear about the rising incidence of human papilloma virus (HPV). So you might be surprised to learn that this sexually-transmitted virus is also a leading cause of throat cancer (oropharyngeal cancer), and it spreads from person to person via oral sex.”
This stinging article continues as it explains the problem:
“Though oral cancers have long been linked to smoking, head and neck surgeon Brandon Prendes, MD, says current research shows that HPV is directly related to some throat cancers. In fact, these cancers are on the rise, and soon will outpace new cervical cancer cases, he says.”
If you have practiced oral sex, you may want to read the full article that outlines the symptoms and signs of throat cancer due to oral sex.
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