|it's like a condom. It's basically a rectangle of material that you hold over the vulva while you perform oral sex (on a woman). It protects you from ingesting vaginal secretions.
You can do the same thing by cutting the tip off a condom and slicing down the side, or cut open a latex glove, or use non-microwaveable plastic wrap.
|Nightangle. Got to rule with the head not the heart in matters of the heart.
It can be a hard road to travel on learning these things.
Getting back to the subject of HPV, once you have it and don't have any sympthoms, can you still expose another person to it? Are you going to have it for the rest of your life?
Isn't HPV like HIV in that you can be a carrier and not necessarily have any physical sympthoms but yet can pass it on to your partner? Are some people just more immune to catching HPV?
Is there hope that if the pap's come back negitive for some time, we can put this behide us?
how unromantic that scene sounds to me. If this is how I would have oral sex with someone I rather don't have it. I couldn't be turn on with that. I think it's way better to stablish a serious relationship with someone, get both tested and then enjoy having sex.
Yeah, it is a bit unromantic. And I agree that it's better to get to know someone and get them tested before you do anything.
However, most people don't do that!
Birth control isn't romantic either, but we still use that. HPV isn't romantic either.
|You can't ruion your own sex life just because one guy did that one bad thing. All you have to do is drag your next partner into the clinic with you and if he loves he wont fight having an exam. I contracted HPV from who knows who, and found out 8 out of 10 women who have it dont even know it. I found out because of some abnormal cells in my cervix. Just because you paps come back normal doesnt mean you cant spread it anymore. By all means, you can still spread it. it's in your blood stream, its in the mucus in your vagina. It's an incurable virus that doesnt just go away by itself. It'll always be there. My current partner is committed to me no matter what, and he told me if he's committed to me he's going to be committed to all of me, icluding my hpv. You gotta find a man like that|