Because most people who have oral sex also do different types of sex, it’s hard for researchers to find out just how much sexually transmitted diseases are transmitted through oral sex. At the same time, we all know that many common sexually transmitted diseases are also transmitted through oral sex. These are:
- Human Skin Viral Virus (HPV)
Oral sex cannot be considered as the primary cause of chlamydia, but it’s likely. There is a possibility of transmission if the vagina, cervix, uterine appendages, penis, or mouth are contacted with infectious secretions or fluids.
Gonorrhea can be transmitted during oral sex. Ezine does not need to be transferred to the gum. The disease remains very good in the throat, and sore throat infections are one of the most common complications of oral sex.
Although transmission probability is low, there are examples of transmission of this virus through oral sex via semen, vaginal discharge, or blood. HIV is not transmitted through saliva, and deep kissing is acceptable sexual behavior in this case.
Oral sex is a rare case for the transmission of HPV, but some examples have been recorded. The HPV virus has fallen to the level of warts, and any direct contact can cause transmission.
Oral sex is a good way to transmit syphilis. In the study, it was found that more than 13% of cases of syphilis were transmitted through oral sex. Transmission usually occurs by contacting the wounds with skin or mucous membranes.