Does Masturbation With Friends Include Risky STI / HIV Transmission Activities?
I want to ask whether masturbation with friends is including risky activities? Yes, we don’t know whether the friend has an IMS / HIV disease, please enlighten me.
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Masturbation / masturbation is an action taken to stimulate yourself by touching or touching the genitals that can provide sexual stimulation. The goal is to achieve sexual pleasure sensations or resemble orgasms during intercourse. In general, men can do this by touching their own penis, women do it by touching the genitals and clitoris of the vagina.
Please note that sexually transmitted infections and HIV can be transmitted through contact with body fluids, blood, or fluids that come out of the genitals. This disease is transmitted if there is contact, generally during sexual intercourse both vaginal, oral, and anal from patients with sexually transmitted diseases / HIV. It is recommended not to have intimate relationships or activities with friends. Intimate / sexual relations should be done after marriage with each partner.
For more information on the positive and negative sides of masturbation can access this link. If there are perceived abnormalities in the function of the genital organs, or difficulty achieving orgasm, you can consult a doctor for further examination and management related to this condition, referral can be made to a related specialist if an indication is made after an examination.
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