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first time oral sex

By Anonymous February 6, 2015 - 11:52pm
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I'll be getting married in april this year...my and my fiance both are clean...disease free...I wanted to know about oral sex...can we both have oral sex without condom...and if yes...what are the precautions we both can take so that we can be safe...and if any of us have mouth ulcers can still we both have oral sex...

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Means i can have/give oral sex without any hesitation...but it'll be my first night as well...what can i do to reduce the pain during intercourse...can i have sex using two condoms to avoid pregnancy...

February 8, 2015 - 7:02am
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Yes, you can have oral sex without hesitation.

You should not experience pain as long as you are relaxed and well lubricated.  The hymen (the membrane that partially covers the vagina) does not have nerve endings.  So when you do have intercourse for the first time, the changes that happen to the hymen should not cause pain.

Using two condoms at once (two male condoms, or a male plus female condom) is counterproductive.  The friction that occurs between the 2 condoms will cause greater risk of them breaking or slipping off.  Only use one condom at a time.


February 8, 2015 - 10:22am

Hello and thank you for sharing you question.

Getting an STD is only possible if you have intercourse with a person who is infected.  If you only have one partner (your fianc√©) and he does not have any STD you cannot infect one another.  Therefore, you so not need to use condoms in order to protect from this.

Mouth ulcers are not a form of STD.  However, if one of you does get mouth ulcers, it would be best not to give oral sex until it is healed.


February 7, 2015 - 11:41am
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