|Toncilitis after giving oral sex?
Jun 1, 2007
About 8 weeks ago, I gargled with my sex partners cum after giving him oral sex. Only a few days later, I suffered from severe tocilitis, which I never had before. It reoccured only 3 weeks later. Could this be related to the sexual intercause? Or could it even be a symptom of another infection (since I am sure this transsexual has plenty of changing sex partners). I am very worried. Please advise.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Severe "toncilitis" from sexual "intercause" consisting of gargling with a promiscuous tranny's cum???? Hmmm . . . did you run out of Scope? Dude (or Dudette), spunk is not mouthwash, even if it does taste better than Listerine (doesn't everything?). Yes, it's possible to contract an STD form your jizz-gargling. I suggest you see your doctor for an STD screen and also that you restock your supply of mouthwash.
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