|Post-oral sex hygeine
Sep 9, 2011
Dear Dr. Bob,
For reasons I guess I'll never understand, sucking cock is something I have to do a lot of. I've discussed this with my doctor a little bit, but the important thing I'm embarrassed to admit to him is that I always swallow. I'm fully aware of the risk, but because swallowing is so important to me I made the decision to give myself over to it completely, to accept the risk.
But having said that, I figure I can also try to minimize that risk in other ways. I do get tested pretty often and am still negative. On rare occasions I've had other STDs, and then I refrain from all sex until I'm cured. Now, I know about not brushing my teeth before indulging in my favorite activity, but what about after? How long to I need to wait when there is almost certainly some residual cum inside my mouth.
One more question I feel embarrassed to ask so late in the game. Should I rinse with hydrogen peroxide each time after somebody cums in my mouth? If I don't, do I put at risk the next guy I go down on?
Thanks for giving me an anonymous forum in which to ask these questions.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello, Peter Peter Peter Eater.
Sucking cock and swallowing baby batter is something you "have to do a lot of"??? Hmm. Okay, if you say so.
We generally advise not brushing teeth for four hours prior to going down on a throbbing tallywhacker to decrease the risk of damaging your gums. There really isn't a recommendation for post-blow-job teeth-brushing. Certainly as an extra precaution you could rinse with hydrogen peroxide or Listerine or whatever after giving a hummer or between hummers. (Just how many dudes in a row do you chow down on anyway?) As for the HIV-transmission risk for dudes farther down your blow-job queue, this is really not considered to be a significant risk. Hope that addresses your concerns. Peter, I'll bet you're one popular guy at a pool party, eh?
Be well. Stay well.
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