Let’s talk about Sex and why Oral Sex is dangerous
A survey has found that oral sex is a kind of deal-breaker for 65% of women and 68% of men when it comes to their extra-marital affairs even both of them wouldn’t consider a relationship without it. The survey on people who enjoy extra-marital relations has revealed that their partners are most interested in oral sex. This survey has revealed that oral sex is a big priority for them who decided to carry on the extra marital affairs.
Sex is considered as very important in any relationship but it doesn’t mean that oral sex diminish over it. Both of the genders have revealed that they prefer receiving oral sex than giving it to their partners. Meanwhile, a very different study suggested oral sex is to blame for a dangerous strain of “super gonorrhea” (it’s a disease) that is spreading fast – and could not be curable. Oral sex is to blame for dangerous forms of untreatable gonorrhea – and a lack of condom use is helping it spread, experts have warned earlier about it. An expert Dr. Teodora Wi, who relate to medical officer in human reproduction at WHO, has said that, “The bacteria that cause gonorrhea are particularly smart, every time we use a new class of antibiotics to treat the infection, the bacteria evolve to resist them.”
About 78 million people are infected with gonorrhea each year, according to WHO. Gonorrhea is the second most common form of STI in England. Some countries, especially where incomes are high and STI tests are common, are finding these cases that cannot be treated using all known antibiotics. But the major problems are coming from the poorer countries where resistance is actually harder to detect. It mainly affects the genitals, rectum and throat, producing a thick green or yellow discharge from the vagina or penis which can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, infertility and an increased risk of HIV.
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