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Giving oral sex after wisdom tooth extraction hole closes?

Hello. I am a 24 year old, gay male. I had two impacted wisdom teeth removed about a month and a half ago. One of them left an extraction hole behind. By now, the hole has closed up and the tissue is nice and pink, but still soft. Do I need to wait until the tissue is hard again to give oral sex or am I ok to do that now? I know that the risk of dry socket has long passed, but I am more worried about STI risk.
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Would not think this would be an issue. Definitely not for anything like HIV (oral sex is never an issue).  The risks of STD's  are not huge and I assume you were worried about blood with HIV.  Not a risk.  As long as your mouth isn't sore, the risks of oral sex and std's are the same now as they would be without the gum issue.
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