By Shaun Murphy
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There are thousands of uninformed people that think oral sex is safe or a safer way to enjoy sex. Unfortunately, the transmission of many diseases is transmitted through oral sex. When bodily fluids come in contact with a cut or open sore in the mouth the individual becomes more prone to be infected with a sexually transmitted disease. Oral sex should be approached with caution to avoid a STD. If you find that contracting a sexually transmitted disease has injured you, our Coachella Valley personal injury law firm can help.
Top Transmitted STD’s From Oral Sex
The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) can be inside the ejaculate that is released into the oral cavity and cause an individual to be infected. A would inside the persons wound can be infected by the virus infected bodily fluid. Using condoms or dental dams can limited the amount of exposure of HIV during oral sex.
Hepatitis B is easily contracted from oral to anal sex. There is a vaccine for Hepatitis A and B that should utilized if your practice regular sexual activity that consists of rimming.
Basically, practicing unsafe oral sex can lead to various sexually transmitted diseases. However, some sexual transmitted diseases can lead to a lifetime disorder that may require a professional consultation at our Coachella Valley personal injury law firm.
It is a criminal act to have sex with someone unprotected and not disclosing your positive HIV/AIDS status. Compensation will help you get the necessary medical treatment to combat being exposed to a STD. Don’t battle a sexually transmitted disease contracted from someone else alone, contact a friendly and knowledgeable personal injury attorney, for more details on your legal rights.