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Jump to. Whether you are thinking about having oral sex for the first time or just want some more information — read on for tips on how enjoy safe oral sex. Many people enjoy oral sex as part of their sex life but it is a very personal thing and not everybody likes it or chooses to do it. Different people like to give or receive oral sex in different ways. There are a whole variety of ways to lick, suck and stimulate someone.
You may decide not to have oral sex at all, or you may enjoy experimenting with your partner to find out what gives you both pleasure. It is important to talk to your partner so you can understand what you both enjoy and what you would prefer to avoid. It can take a while to work out what makes someone feel good. The best thing to do is to keep communicating with your partner. Ask them to tell you what feels nice and let them know when you are enjoying something. If you hold his penis during oral sex, you can control how deep it goes into your mouth.
You can move your hand allowing the penis to go as far into your mouth as you are comfortable with. You can try different tongue, mouth and head movements to see what works best but never use your teeth unless asked. Before you begin giving a woman oral sex, she may enjoy it if you spend some time kissing and touching her upper thighs and the area around her vagina first, to help her get aroused. The whole genital area is sensitive, but for most women the clitoris with its 8, nerve endings is the most sensitive part. Gently part the outer lips of the vagina and look for the vaginal opening, and the hooded clitoris just above it.
Start off softly, using a relaxed tongue to make slow movements and work up to faster movements with a firmer tongue. You can experiment moving your tongue in different ways and try different rhythms — taking cues from your partner to find out what she enjoys most. If you are concerned about hygiene, ask your partner to wash first. You could also bathe together as part of foreplay.
Before you begin, your partner may like it if you gently kiss and touch the area around the anus including the perineum the area of skin between the genitals and the anus. You can then focus on the anus, circling your tongue around the outer area and finally inserting your tongue. The risk of HIV transmission from oral sex is very low unless the person receiving oral sex has an STI or sores on their genital area, or the person giving oral sex has sores in their mouth or bleeding gums. If the person living with HIV is on medication and has undetectable levels of HIV then there is no risk of passing the virus on.The 5 Best Positions for Receiving Oral Sex for Women - Health
However, other STIs can easily be passed on during oral sex, in particular herpesgonorrhoea and syphilis. Certain infections and viruses that are found in faeces poo can be passed on through oral—anal sex, this includes hepatitis A and E. Knowing you have taken precautions to keep you and your partner safe can help make you more relaxed during oral sex.
There are simple ways to protect you both:. Avoid oral sex altogether when the risk of passing on any virus or infection is highest, for example, if you have:. Be aware that you may not know if you or your partner has an infection as infections can be passed on even if there are no obvious s or symptoms.
If you do have sores around your mouth, genitals or anus, you should get them checked out by a healthcare professional as they may be a of an infection. Deciding whether to have oral sex is a very personal choice. Only you and your partner can know if you are ready to experiment with oral sex.
Think about whether it feels right, and whether you are both comfortable with the decision. Talking to your partner about protection before you start having oral sex will help make things easier. This may feel embarrassing but taking responsibility for protecting yourself and your partner is an important part of having sex. If you find it too awkward to talk about then you may not be ready to have oral sex just yet.
You should never give or receive oral sex just because you feel forced into it. Oral sex should be fun for both of you. Can you support us and protect our future? Please enable it in your browser settings. Google Tag Manager. When to get tested? What happens after? Like all sex, different people enjoy different things.
There is very little risk of HIV infection from oral sex but other sexually transmitted infections STIs such as herpesgonorrhoea and syphilis are easily passed on. Using a condom or a dental dam helps to protect you from STIs. Avoid oral sex if either of you has sores around your mouth, genitals or anus, or and cuts, bleeding or infection in your throat or mouth. Every contribution helps, no matter how small. Last full review:. Next full review:. NHS 'Sex activities and risk'. Sexwise 'Oral sex and sexually transmitted infections'.
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