Use of saliva during anal sex
Dec 20, 2014
i had a sex with a man first time . While intercourse he used the saliva in my anal as lubricant...he use condom . does his saliva cause HIV infection....tere is no sours or ulcer inside his mouth .
Response from Mr. Cordova
Saliva cannot transmit the virus. Only blood, semen, breast milk, and vaginal secretions are capable of transmitting the virus. However, in the future I would use lube instead of saliva. It will provide a more comfortable and enjoyable experience, and will lessen the chance of the condom breaking from too much friction.
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