Oral Sex Aids
Oral sex has a low HIV risk, but it is not zero. Learn the facts and how to reduce the risk of transmission.
Oral sex is a great way to get closer to someone and learn what turns each other on, but it does carry a very small risk of HIV.
How Can I Reduce My Risk of Getting HIV Through Sexual Contact? Not having sex is the best way to prevent getting or transmitting HIV. If you’re sexually active
Oral sex (also called fellatio, blow jobs, cunnilingus or giving head) is a low-risk activity for HIV transmission. The type of oral sex and the level of viral load
Can I get HIV from a blowjob? From giving head? From getting a BJ? Or from swallowing semen? Oral sex is “low risk” in terms of getting HIV. There is no transmission
How risky is it? There are a few known cases of people getting HIV from giving oral sex (licking or sucking). There are no known cases of someone getting HIV from
Q: Can you get HIV through oral sex? The risk of getting HIV through receiving oral sex is very, very low. We can’t say that there’s zero risk, because there are a
Laurence Peiperl, MD: Welcome to the HIV InSite roundtable discussion on risk of HIV transmission by oral sex. Our goal today is to address three specific questions
Truth be told, abstaining from oral, anal and vaginal sex is the only way to completely avoid the sexual transmission of HIV. But how realistic is that?
Don’t worry: You can have good sex and a healthy relationship with your partner, even if one of you has HIV. You’ll have to use protection when you’re physically