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I had a question about friction burn and oral sex.
I gave my boyfriend oral sex and he had a burn from other friction (like excessive masturbation) on his penis, which was noticed by the two of us after we finished. I was concerned that I may have contracted an STD orally from the friction burn on his penis contacting my mouth.
It would still be adviseable to make sure. Also HSV in the oral location while technically not an STD can be transmitted to ones genital area during oral sex if either of you have HSV-1 orally. It would be adviseable to get a type specific hsv igg test to know if either of you has HSV. This way you know who has what.
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