Chances Of Contracting Hepatitis A If You Have Oral Sex?
, yesterday I was with my man doing oral sex in the mouth. she licked my mrs v while she was having thrush. He also had hepatitis A before, but it’s been cured. So, how is it?
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Please note that hepatitis A is transmitted through the fecal-oral route, or the main spread is through food/drink contaminated with feces of patients suffering from hepatitis A. However, there are several conditions that can increase the likelihood of hepatitis A transmission: having sex with an infected person (especially anal sex). , sharing needles, poor hygiene, poor sanitation, and direct contact with sufferers.
The following are diseases that can be transmitted through sexual intercourse:
2. Hepatitis B and C
3. Sexually transmitted infections, such as herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamidiasis, vaginal candidiasis, bacterial vaginosis, and so on.
Oral sex includes sexual intercourse that can transmit sexually transmitted diseases, especially if there are sores in the mouth (such as thrush) or in the organs of the opponent. We recommend practicing safe sex in the following ways:
1. Only have sex with 1 person (no multiple partners)
2. Make sure that you and your sexual partner do not have a sexually transmitted disease that has been confirmed by a doctor
3. Using a condom
If you experience one or more of the symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection such as: vaginal discharge, pain when urinating, pain during sex, itching of the genitals, sores or lumps in the genitals, immediately see a doctor for further examination.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
Regards, dr. Sarah Rizqia.