A relationship can’t do without romance or lovemaking, but people also need to be careful when it comes to lovemaking because some of the things we practice during lovemaking are very dangerous to our health.
Mostly oral intimacy with a partner you can’t tell about their health status. When making love with your partner. The use of orals can affect the body health system and expose you to infections or diseases. That why it is good to know your partner’s health status before doing anything with him or her.
Risks Involved In Oral Intimacy During Love Making.
The truth is there are some STDs that are easily contracted from manual stimulation or the use of hands, body contact, mostly if it is not clean. These infections include
1. Gonorrhea and chlamydia.
Just a touch of the eye with infected fluid can transmit these diseases from one partner to another. The risk of using the hands during lovemaking is very risky, and in such a mood you don’t know what you are into and might not wash your hands before using it. Such things expose you to risk, knowing your partner status before exposing yourself to him or her. It is also best to reduce many partners because if you have too many partners, you are open to more risk.
Herpes is another infection when it comes to skin-to-skin contact or using the hands during intimacy. Herpes infections can be spread if your partner touches the herpes sore and puts their hands in the mouth, eyes or genitals. That is why it is advisable to wash your hands before and during love making before having any contact with your body.
Herpes is transmitted mostly when you have a sore in your hands, mouth etc.
Scabies is a very dangerous infection and can make your life a living hell. It can be spread from skin-to-skin contact. At times, it can also be seen in the hands.
Scabies is a tiny parasite, and it can be spread. Such a parasite can stay in someone’s hands and private part for months if not treated with care. It causes discomfort, rashes, irritation and itching.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a STI that can cause cancer. People most commonly contract it through genital-to-genital contact. However, research shows that, although unlikely, transmitting HPV through hand-to-genital contact is possible, so the use of oral intimacy during lovemaking can also lead to HPV mostly if your partner is affected.
To all the young men and women reading this post, it’s best you avoid lovemaking with many partners if you don’t know much about your partner, go for a health test and know your status.
And don’t forget to wash your hands, face before and after lovemaking.