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It seems like you are married and enjoy sucking your partner’s penis, but one thing stuck in your mind that sucking penis risky or not. And it is a ubiquitous question; every three couple asked this question out of 10 couples.

Sucking your partner’s penis can not be risky until your husband is infected or receiving a blowjob from another infected woman. In marriage, generally, there are very fewer chances to get any disease because the husband gets his blowjob typically from his wife, and if it happens, then blowjob is safer sex.

If nothing to worry about the risk of blowjob, then you should not follow any safety or precautions. It is recommended to follow instructions that can help protect you from a dangerous virus such as HIV or HPV.

Various types of dangerous infection, you can get while giving blowjob:

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You may be asked questions here that I discussed earlier in the blog that there is no harm or risk if you suck your husband’s penis. Yes, I wrote it previously, but if I told you about dangerous infection you can get while sucking your partner’s penis, you’ll surely not sucking your partner lollypop. Our minds work only in a negative way, if you feed them contrary, though, there might be chances you’ll not do anything and live in anxiety or fear. Yes, there is a chance to get HIV and HPV, but you also can prevent this virus from entering your body.

According to the study, there are very few chances to get HIV through a blowjob, but there are very higher chances of getting HPV infection that may result from you getting throat cancer. This does not mean here that the risk of getting HIV is zero. If you infected With HPV infection very high chances, you’d get throat cancer.

STIs commonly caught through blowjob are:

Infections less frequently passed on through blowjob include:

Earlier, I discussed that you’d not get any infection if you and your partner are not infected with any of the above diseases. If you have more than one partner, just think about how risky a blowjob is. If you have more than one husband or partner, it is better to suck his penis after the STI test or covering his penis with a condom or wearing itself dental dam.

How to suck my partner penis safely?

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The answer is pretty simple; you can safely suck your partner penis without getting infected from any dangerous disease. Still, you’ll have to take some precautions before performing blowjob to your partner.

Everybody knows that there is a risk in performing any sexual activity, not just in blowjob. But how many couples take precaution. Our mind does not do the work that it seems complicated or hard to follow. You can observe just a few simple rules to avoid any STI/STD infection. Try to follow a below simple rule:

  1. Don’t suck the penis of any stranger guy who just met a few days before.
  2. Communicate and share problems with your health issue.
  3. If you really want to suck any guy but don’t know well about him, try putting a condom on his penis.
  4. Stay away from those guys who are in contact with many girls.

Stay healthy, and Don’t forget to enjoy a blowjob.

Mak Adikami

Mak Adikami, Co-Owner, Co-Founder, and blogger at learnblowjob.com. I love to figure out myths and facts about giving and receiving a blowjob through personal experience and research.

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