I want to know the real risk of a person contracting HIV through oral sex
I want to know the real risk of a person contracting HIV through oral sex:
- Man performing oral sex on women;
- Woman performing oral sex on a man;
- Man performing oral sex on another man;
- Woman performing oral sex on another woman;
I have doubts about this, for a lot of people without information on the Internet, makes assumptions meaningless, why is the way a lot of people talking, kissing up to transmit HIV.
I wonder also about the theoretical risk that everyone speaks.
Many say that oral sex can contract HIV, if not contracts because they speak?
I have many doubts, use condoms in all relationships, but my biggest fear is with oral sex, do not use.
Also say that oral sex transmit HIV, also convey kiss, I doubt! help me!
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