Foreplay is a natural warm up before sex but it does not mean that they come without risk.According to health experts, oral sex is an increase in STDs refueling because it is not just enough to wrap a condom before Low.
Participation in sex puts you at risk for a number of sexually transmitted diseases that are more common than gonorrhea, genital herpes and syphilis.
Fortunately, all three of these STDs are curable. However, they are also very at risk of HPV and herpes infections and these can only be treated and cured.
If this was not scary enough, even oral sex puts you at risk for Chlamydia, HIV, Hepatitis B and C and genital warts, although these sexually transmitted diseases are less common and have a lower risk.
Last year, health experts warned before the STD rates on the bad practices of safe sex are rising due.
The British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) has revealed that it has caused the jump to par of the most difficult cases of STIs such as genital herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea drug resistant.
The health consultant Dr. Peter Greenhouse explained: "We found out, only that many infections are transmitted oral sex.
"Very, very few people are using condoms for oral sex, they know they can have no much effort and chlamydia gonorrhea in the back of the throat."
Dr. Peter also advised the public to sexual infections to verify to be done before the "scale-place" to attack.
He said, "If you are out there in what could describe the educated sex trade, or the place of the scale, there are two ways to go.
"At the clinic they will regularly take the test or to be careful about using condoms, even for oral sex."
Cases of sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea and syphilis rose last year, the gay group most affected and bisexuals under 25 years.
But protecting yourself is simple: you or your partner can use an eraser (there are some good flavors to).
For oral sex involved in the female anus or genitals can dental dams are a square of very thin plastic you have brought to the area where your mouth is.
They also come in a variety of flavors.
It is also a good idea to take the test before any sexual activity, but be sure to ask for an oral exam.
J. Dennis Fortenberry, a professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine, Men's Health said: "Many clinics only prove the genitals.
"So if you try, say, gonorrhea or chlamydia, genital testing will not say anything if there is an infection in the throat."
Ask to take your doctor a saliva sample, to make sure you have a certified sexual health.