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Dental dam for oral???

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Debs39

Has anyone used the dental dam for oral?? We just tried yesterday and I didn’t want to tell him but I hated it 😔. Not sure I can climax with that.  Has anyone here been able to enjoy oral safely ? I need suggestions 

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Newone2
4 minutes ago, Debs39 said:

Has anyone used the dental dam for oral?? We just tried yesterday and I didn’t want to tell him but I hated it 😔. Not sure I can climax with that.  Has anyone here been able to enjoy oral safely ? I need suggestions 

It beats the hell out of ghsv1...trust me.

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Dental dams are the way to go to prevent transmission orally.

Try some toys, or perhaps penetration with fingers during oral with the dental dam, to see if that makes a difference.

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Quest

Lube first dental dam.. feels neat

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clarke53

ok so i have oral hsv 2 for 13 years when i give oral to a female i use plastic wrap and ive never transmitted hsv to any of the women and not to brag but they love it!!!

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WilsoInAus
48 minutes ago, clarke53 said:

ok so i have oral hsv 2 for 13 years when i give oral to a female i use plastic wrap and ive never transmitted hsv to any of the women and not to brag but they love it!!!

HSV-2 doesn’t shed from the oral region, it represents an incredibly low risk of transfer, plastic wrap or not.

What makes you think you have oral HSV-2?

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clarke53

i hope no one takes your advice im hsv 1 neg  i get out breaks on the inside of my lips pos for hsv 2 and i passed it to my girlfriend at the time

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WilsoInAus

@clarke53 why do you think you do not have an asymptomatic genital infection. The mouth sores don’t seem to be herpetic. 

What protection do you use genitally?

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clarke53

ok so you must know 13 years ago i did something ill regret the rest of my like before that night ive never had any kinda sore on my lips and ive never had anything on my genitals ive had tons of blow jobs from women and never gave them anything because i don't have genital herpes so one night i seen a shemale and gave oral 2 days later i had burning on inside of lip and a ulcer there and i don't go a week or so without a outbreak so about a month or so later i was tested for herpes and came back nigitive for hsv 1 and positive for hsv2  to this day ive had blow jobs no condom and ive never gave any girl anything so i know i don't have genital herpes!!

 

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