When it comes to oral sex, most men hear the same advice, over and over: Go slow—if you go too fast, she may become too sensitive or not experience as much pleasure as she possibly can. Once you hit her clit, lick back down the other side of her labia. Keep moving up and down like this, and experiment with both your breath and speed. Start off by separating her vaginal lips with your tongue, and use as little pressure as possible. Make your way up to her clitoris, then move your tongue in a swirling motion all around her clitoral hood.
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Oral Sex, Oral Health and Orogenital Infections
Burning sensation and discharge from penis. In extreme cases cause infertility and tubal pungency in women. Treatment with antibiotics under proper medical visualization. Fellatio Syphilis Sexual transmitted disease. Easily passed through contact with open sores commonly called chancres on the penis, anus, or mouth White spots in mouth Sores, warts and rashes of syphilis infection are painless Left untreated syphilis can eventually cause brain damage, heart disease, blindness and death. Open syphilis sores or chancres provide an easy entry and exit for HIV and can increase viral load Antibiotic coverage and periodic medical check ups will be the line of treatment Analingus, cunnilingus and fellatio Chlamydia STD caused by the Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria and affects women more than men.
Shapecharge Photography via iStockphoto How risky is oral sex? Well, but there are fewer health-related risks, right? As part of sex education programs, kids need to be made aware of that fact that oral sex is not a completely risk-free activity.