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Watersports/Scat
Feb 4, 1998

Could you tell me the risk in watersports of drinking a guy's piss and eating his shit?

Response from Mr. Sowadsky

Hi. Thank you for your question. Sexual activities that involve urine are known by a number of different names, most often "watersports" and "golden showers". Sexual activities involving feces are most often known by the name "scat".

These sexual activities are generally low risk for HIV, but can be risky for other infectious diseases (especially scat). For more information on the risks of watersports, see the posting, Is urine-drinking safe?.

In regard to scat, this is similar to the risks for rimming (oral-anal sex). For more information on the risks for rimming and scat, see the posting, Oral/Anal Sex.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to call the Centers for Disease Control at 1.800.232.4636 (Nationwide).



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