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Does licking or eating vagina will affect health
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replied June 30th, 2009
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It does not affect your health as long as the woman is healthy. If she has a sexually transmitted disease or sexually transmitted infection, you could catch it. Otherwise, there are no bad effects from performing oral sex on a woman.
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replied July 3rd, 2009
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I have mixed feeling lately abuot performing oral on women these days; as much as I love it, but I reads on this forum all the time from women conplaining about discharging. They says that it's not a infection or nothing like that, but it so heavy that it runs down their legs! I rather not put that in my mouth. Why so manny women has these type running off when they don't have an infection?
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replied January 5th, 2012
No its no an infection, and sometimes unfortunatly it is normal to get such aggressive discharge. But dont let that stop you from performing oral pleasure, since i would like to think that most woman would clear there area throughly when this happends. When my boyfriend goes down on me, and i have discharge, i politly decline either telling him the truth or saying i am not in the mood for that, then moving on to other foreplay. Its about respect for him and myself (discharge is after all completly natural). I hope this helps or eases your concerns
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replied July 3rd, 2009
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Hi, bo21.
I think you need to keep in mind that this is a health website, so the people are posting about a specific health problem they are experiencing AT THE MOMENT, not at all times. It's a fact of nature: women get infections and discharge. But that does not mean that they have them all the time.
You have to assume that any woman you are with would have to decency and common sense to tell you if it is not a good time to perform oral sex on her. Plus, if you are having a foreplay before becoming more intimate- as you should- your nose and hands will tell you whether or not you should perform oral sex. If she has an unpleasant odor or strange discharge, don't do it.
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replied July 3rd, 2009
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Thanks deteragram,
What you just posted makes a lot of sense!
Please be reminded that some women will not tell you that they are having discharges. As you said; we should be able to tell if things are not right down there. Again, thanks
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replied July 3rd, 2009
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You're welcome, bo21.
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replied July 3rd, 2009
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also bo21 there is a thing called a dental dam. it's like condom material that you can put between your mouth and her vagina to protect you and her as well.

if you use the dental dam, it keeps your saliva from coming in contact with her vagina and it keeps her vaginal secretions from coming in contact with your mouth.

you still get to turn her on and stimulate her with your tongue through the dental dam, so maybe this is a good option for you if you are concerned.

also, if you are doing this regularly with more than one partner, I would highly suggest a dental dam or some form of barrier to protect yourself, and PARTICULARLY the women you are having oral sex with. if you are doing this regularly, with several partners, you are more likely to spread disease than anyone.

jasmine
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replied July 3rd, 2009
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Thanks jasmine,
I am not, at the present" doing it with more than two women, but I will very much like to know more about this dental dam, where can I buy it, or do I need a prescription to get it? will you please PM me and share more information on this device? I am not comfortable when I'm performing oral sex on any woman, just like to be careful!!
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replied July 3rd, 2009
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hi bo21...you don't need a prescription. it's like buying condoms. in fact, you can buy these at most places where condoms are sold, or if you prefer to order, you can do a quick google search on where to order dental dam and you'll find lots of places.

best wishes,
jasmine
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replied July 4th, 2009
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i am 25 yr lady, i am using Lovegra is it good for me or not?
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replied July 4th, 2009
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i don't know what lovegra is, but a dental dam is a great way to have someone go down on you and avoid spreading disease from you to him or him to you.

jasmine
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replied July 5th, 2009
hi,
thanks for above tips.
i have another question. my friend doing masterbate regularly and he tell me that now he can not ejaculate.and after doing masterbate he become very fatique.so kind help him what he wants do?
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replied September 3rd, 2009
help !
what happen if i lick her period blood ?
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replied June 13th, 2010
by mistake a drop of blood got in to my tip of toung. can it transmitt h i v
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replied December 1st, 2010
hi
my penis erect last long.its takes min 25mins to Ejaculate. Even if i masturbate. Please HELP me Out.

Thanks
Veerya
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replied April 5th, 2012
when you lick the vaginal, will it effect their possibility of becoming pregnancy
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replied May 31st, 2012
do woman get infection when you lick their vagina?
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replied May 31st, 2012
Hi
do woman get infection when you lick their vagina?
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replied October 10th, 2012
nope
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replied June 14th, 2012
My partner cant get pleasure while I enter my sexual organ but get pleasure and climax when i suck. what can i do to make her joyful by my penis?
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replied May 28th, 2013
Female Ejaculation
As I read through these replies I noticed the absence of one important fact. Women Ejaculate TOO! There is a small sack called a "G" spot located about an 1 1/2 to 2" inside a woman's vagina. If she becomes aroused and stimulated during sex the woman can ejaculated fluid from that "G" spot. It looks a little like skimmed milk in color to a clear liquid. It is NOT urine and does not smell like urine. And from my experience it taste great. Learn about your woman. Find out what she likes about the way you make her feel. And maybe she will surprise you during oral sex by feeding you some nice warm "milk" from her "G" spot. And I have had a few women say, "I love feeding my Baby" while her "G" spot squirts onto my tongue. She will feel completely drained and satisfied if you do it right.
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