|Recieving oral sex from my neg partner
Dec 29, 2008
Hey bob, I'm so glad that I found this website. Its going to be a useful tool for me and my partner. We are a male gay couple i'm positive and he is negative. I wanted to know if the risk of him(neg) giving me(positive) oral sex gets higher if he has light bleeding to the gums after he brushes his teeth?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Yes, if your Mr. Right has bleeding gums, the risk of HIV transmission would increase. I'd suggest he brush "after" rather than "before."
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