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  • Oral wesib is now widely is becoming viral and dangerous

    Oral  wesib is now widely practised, in both
     wesib and  wesib relationships. For many years, it was regarded as an almost
    ‘unmentionable’ activity. But these days, research
    suggests that most  wesib active people go in for it
    sometimes. In 2010, the American Center for Disease Control and
    Prevention published the results of a large survey, in
    which they found that 90.8 per cent of males aged
    25 to 44 had had oral wesib with a woman. And 88.8
    per cent of females in the same age group had tried
    oral  wesib with a man. In addition, 5.7 per cent of males said they had had
    oral  wesib with a man. Equivalent figures for oral
    activity between women are not available. It’s been shown that oral  wesib has certain positive
    aspects. It can be extraordinarily effective at helping women
    to reach a climax.
    It can help men who have some minor difficulty in
    getting an erection.
    It cannot get you pregnant (except under the most
    extraordinary and unlikely circumstances). However, a lot of people do – quite understandably –
    worry about whether oral love play could give them
    any infection – particularly HIV. And in 2010, serious worries began to emerge about
    whether oral  wesib can give people human papilloma
    virus (HPV) in the throat area and whether this could
    lead to cancer. Also, in 2011 experts pointed out that there appears
    to be some significant risk of acquiring chlamydia
    and gonorrhoea through oral  wesib activity. In this article, we look at the various risks.
    What is oral  wesib ? First, let’s just clarify what we mean by ‘wesib ’.
    There are several main types. Cunnilingus (sometimes referred to as ‘cunnilinctus’)
    is oral stimulation of a woman’s vagina and/or vulva
    – and especially her clitoris – by her partner’s lips and
    tongue (one recent study reports that in the UK
    about 70 per cent of people have done this).
    Fellatio is stimulation of a man’s penis by his partners mouth – usually by licking or sucking. It is often
    wrongly referred to as ‘a blow job’ in fact, it is highly
    dangerous to ‘blow’ during this manoeuvre (or
    during cunnilingus). Research indicates that just
    under 70 per cent of British people have tried fellatio.
    ‘Nippling’ is sucking or licking your partner’s nipples. It carries almost no risk of any infection.
    ‘Shrimping’ is a practice involving sucking your
    partner’s toes; it seems to be popular among those
    who find feet  wesib attractive. Again, there is
    almost no risk of  wesib infection. But theoretically you
    could pick up a skin fungus, such as the one that causes athlete’s foot.
    Oro-wesib – often referred to as ‘rimming’ – is
    stimulation of the partner’s anus with tongue or lips.
    Clinical experience suggests that it is relatively
    uncommon in  wesib . As the anus isn’t a very
    clean area of the body, there is no doubt that rimming will lead to some transfer of germs to the
    mouth. HIV infection risk Because of growing concerns about the possibility of
    HIV transmission through the widespread practice of
    oral  wesib , the British Government’s Department of
    Health set up an expert group to report back on the
    matter. In broad summary, their main conclusions
    were: HIV can be transmitted by oral  wesib , though this does
    not occur frequently
    both fellatio and cunnilingus have been known to
    pass it on
    both ‘receiving’ and ‘giving’ fellatio have been
    incriminated oral  wesib is certainly much safer HIV-wise than rectal
    or  wesib
    oral  wesib is probably safer than vaginal intercourse
    ulcers in the mouth could increase the risk
    oral  wesib is more risky than non-penetrative  wesib (eg
    mutual masturbation, kissing, etc) during fellatio, if the man avoids ejaculation, it
    probably reduces the risk somewhat
    in the case of cunnilingus, there may be an increased
    risk of transmission if the woman is menstruating
    there’s no evidence that mouthwashes could reduce
    the risk of infection using condoms or ‘dental dams’ during oral  wesib
    could reduce the chance of infection, but not
    eliminate it. You can see from the above that there is always some
    risk of transmission of HIV during oral  wesib , whatever
    precautions you take. However, you cannot get
    infected if your partner does not have the virus.
    What other germs could you pick up during oral  wesib ? As any doctor at a genitourinary medicine (GUM)
    clinic can tell you, it is possible to acquire several
    forms of  wesib transmitted diseases (STD) through
    oral  wesib – if the other person if infected.
    Gonorrhoea Gonorrhoea, a common STD, can be transmitted to
    the throat during oral  wesib , especially fellatio. Because
    of this fact, GUM clinics often take ‘throat swabs’ these
    days. In the throat, the germ can cause inflammation,
    formation of pus and sometimes soreness. But often, it causes no symptoms at all, and the
    person just ‘carries’ it. In 2011, it was estimated that 1.9 per cent of London
    prostitutes had unsuspected gonorrhoea in their
    throats. It’s likely that they would give the germ to
    men whom they fellated.
    Syphilis The lesions of syphilis usually appear on the genitals
    or the anus – and very rarely on the nipple. But they
    do occasionally appear on the lips, as a result of oral
     wesib . However, please bear in mind that in the UK syphilis
    has been a rarity for many years. Nevertheless, there
    have been one or two small outbreaks among gay
    males in the early 2000s, notably in Bristol and
    Brighton. Currently there are a little over 3,000 cases
    of syphilis a year in the UK. Chlamydia Chlamydia trachomatis – this little genital bug has
    become almost epidemic among  wesib active
    young people during the early years of the 21st
    century. It’s estimated that in some parts of the UK that at least
    10 per cent of younger adults have it. It is sometimes found in swabs taken from the throat,
    and it is thought that it can be transmitted by oral
     wesib , particularly fellatio. In May 2011, researchers
    from University College London revealed that 4 per
    cent of London  wesib workers had chlamydia in their
    throats. This finding is of considerable importance, especially as many men go to prostitutes specifically
    because they want to be fellated. Also doctors at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals found
    that about 1 per cent of their gay male patients were
    carrying chlamydia in the throat. Please note that if chlamydia gets established in the
    throat, mouth or nose, it could cause various
    infections, particularly of the eye. In 2010, doctors
    warned that oral  wesib could cause a one-sided
    chlamydial conjunctivitis, which does not clear up on
    routine treatment with eye drops. Bacterial infections transferred by oro- meqemecha wesib As we’ve indicated above, contact between the
    mouth and the anus will probably result in the
    transfer of ‘bottom germs’ – though these will not
    necessarily cause disease.
    Bowel organisms There is evidence that the bowel organisms
    Salmonella, Shigella and Campylobacter can all be
    transmitted by oro- meqemecha contact. These can all cause
    abdominal pain and diarrhoea. Infections with
    Salmonella and Shigella can occasionally be very
    serious. Hepatitis A Hepatitis A is a common viral infection that can cause
    jaundice and abdominal pain. It is not usually life-
    threatening, although sufferers can feel very ill. The virus is often found in faeces in high
    concentrations and will almost inevitably be present
    on the apparently clean  meqemecha skin of infected
    individuals. It can be transmitted by oro- meqemecha contact. Several epidemic outbreaks have been reported
    among gay men, but  wesib couples practising
    oro- meqemecha contact are just as likely to be at risk.
    Hepatitis B Hepatitis B is a viral infection. It is common in hot
    countries and around the Mediterranean. It used to
    be rare in the UK, but rates are rising. It is particularly
    common among people who have had a previous
     wesib transmitted disease, and among drug users.
    It can cause a very serious, potentially fatal, liver disease and chronic liver damage. It is most
    commonly transmitted by inoculation of infected
    blood, by sharing needles for injection, needlestick
    injuries and the medical use of infected blood
    products. Virus particles are found in semen, stool
    and saliva, as well as blood. There is clear evidence that it can be transmitted through vaginal and anal
    intercourse, but it is unproven whether it can be
    transmitted through oral  wesib . Certainly, there is a
    theoretical risk of transmission.
    Hepatitis C Hepatitis C is a viral infection transmitted in a similar
    way to hepatitis B and often affects drug users. Some
    people with hepatitis C infection were infected with
    blood products, such as transfusions, prior to
    adequate screening procedures in the 1980s. There
    is limited evidence that hepatitis C may be transmissible through receptive oro-genital contact.
    Worms Threadworms, and probably other worms, can be
    transmitted by oro- meqemecha contact or by fellatio after
     meqemecha intercourse.
    What about herpes? Herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection is the
    commonest cause of genital ulceration. There are two
    types of the virus. Type 1 affects mainly the lip –
    causing cold sores. Type 2 causes blisters on the
    genitals. In the past, it was thought that genital herpes was
    caused almost exclusively by Type 2, but in recent
    years it has become clear that many herpes ulcers on
    the penis or vulva/vagina are actually caused by the
    Type 1 virus. Genital herpes is characterised by recurrent bouts of
    vesicles (small blisters), either on the penis or vulva,
    or other parts of the female genital tract. These
    rapidly break down to form small, painful ulcers. The
    first episode is usually associated with an acute
    feverish illness, which may be quite severe. It frequently recurs, although recurrent bouts are
    usually associated with a milder illness. HSV can also cause pharyngitis, an inflammation of
    the throat with ulcer formation. HSV is highly
    infectious and usually  wesib transmitted. It is
    certainly transmitted by penetrative intercourse but
    there are several reports of transmission through
    oral  wesib . Virus particles are shed profusely from ulcers, either oral (including cold sores) or genital,
    and infection is far more likely when these are
    present. Transmission is less likely, but not
    impossible, in the absence of ulcers. If you have a cold sore on your lip, do not give
    anyone oral  wesib – or even kiss them.
    What about HPV and the risk of cancer? In late 2010, I was alarmed when an ENT surgeon
    showed me the larynx (voicebox) of a man who had
    had a lot of oral  wesib partners. The patient was
    hoarse, and he found it difficult to speak. The area
    round his vocal cords was virtually ‘swamped’ by a
    network of fine, white threads. These, it transpired, were caused by the HPV virus. Fortunately, he did
    recover. HPV is carried by many people. There are about 120
    different strains of it. Some of them can cause warts,
    including genital warts. Others can cause cancer –
    notably cervical cancer. In the early years of the 21st century, a small number
    of doctors began to warn that oral  wesib might
    perhaps pass on HPV – and this could lead to cancer
    of the throat and mouth area. A study published in the New England Journal of
    Medicine suggested that people who had had more
    that five ‘oral partners’ had a ninefold increase in risk
    of cancer of the tonsils or tongue. By 2010, it was clear that the incidence of squamous
    cell cancers of the mouth and throat was rising in
    Europe and America, though not in all countries of
    the world. According to the American Association for
    Cancer Research, more than 50 per cent of all oral
    cancers are now HPV-related. And there’s no question that oral  wesib has become more common in
    recent decades. So far, no one has actually proved that fellatio or
    cunnilingus could give you mouth or throat cancer.
    However, in the light of current evidence, it’s clear
    that both men and women should now be trying to
    follow a policy of ‘risk reduction’ where oral  wesib is
    concerned. Risk reduction Please note that we are discussing ‘risk reduction’
    and not ‘total risk prevention’. Avoiding oral  wesib altogether is the only way of
    preventing infection by the oral route, but because
    it’s an important and enjoyable part of most couples’
     wesib repertoire, this advice is rather impractical. Overall, oral  wesib seems to carry a lower risk of
    transmitting infections than penetrative vaginal or
     meqemecha intercourse. Limiting the number of your  wesib partners and not
    being pressured into ‘casual’  wesib with an unfamiliar
    partner is an important way of reducing infection
    risk. Consider whether your partner may have, or have
    had, other  wesib partners, and what their infection
    status might be, before putting yourself at any risk by
    giving them oral  wesib – or receiving it. It’s perfectly possible to enjoy oral  wesib using some
    form of protective barrier. For fellatio, there are a
    wide variety of flavoured and scented condoms
    available, ranging from strawberry to curry, and from
    whisky to lager and lime! For cunnilingus and oro-
     meqemecha wesib , a dental dam – a thin plastic film – can be used. Remember, condoms can burst and dental dams can
    slip, so don’t think that their use offers absolute
    protection. These products can be obtained from
    most pharmacies and many supermarkets and
    online. If you are concerned that you have, or might be at
    risk of having a  wesib transmitted disease, it is
    important to seek medical advice as soon as possible. Effective treatment is available for most diseases,
    including HIV. Early treatment is not only important
    for your own health, but in order to protect your
    partner from infection. If you feel you’ve taken a risk with oral  wesib , call the
    nearest large hospital to ask where the genitourinary
    medicine (GUM) clinic is.

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  • Things that Your v@g!n@ Doesn’t need But You Do Almost Every Day

    The v@g!na is every girl’s best friend and it needs extra attention and care. There are some everyday things and habits that you do, that can influence your v@g!na’s health. Being too hygienic can damage your v@g!na’s health too. To be real, your v@g!na isn’t meant to smell like roses 24/7.

    The biggest myth when it comes to your v@g!na is washing it with all sorts of shampoos. You need to stop doing that right this moment! Experts claim that washing your v@g!na with shampoo will disrupt its natural flora and cause inflammation, fungus, etc. To wash your v@g!na, use ONLY WATER.
    USING PADS AND TAMPONS EVERY DAY CAN CAUSE INFECTION

    The reality is that you really don’t need to wear pads and tampons every day. All gynecologists agree that constantly wearing thin, everyday pads and tampons isn’t good for your v@g!na and causes infections.
    STRETCH JEANS CAUSE FUNGUS

    Tight, stretch jeans don’t allow for your v@g!na to breath. Choose wider pants instead of extra tight. Another thing which is not good for your v@g!na’s health is wearing underwear made from unnatural materials. Always choose cotton!

    Your v@g!nal health is especially endangered during summer. Don’t leave your wet swimsuit on because it may cause fungus, itching and infection.
    PROBIOTICS ARE GOOD FOR YOUR v@g!na

    Avoiding dairy products such as yogurt is wrong, especially if you’re a woman. Good bacteria found in yogurt and kefir are great for maintaining a healthy v@g!na. Consume even more dairy products if you’re drinking antibiotics.
    TAKE IT EASY WITH YOUR DETERGENT AND SOFTENER

    Although detergent and softener make your clothes smell nice, they’re not that good for your v@g!na. They can irritate your v@g!nal area and that’s why it’s important to choose hypoallergenic detergents that are great for sensitive skin.

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  • 10 Cancer Symptoms Women Often Ignore, Must Read

    A woman’s body is always changing. Sometimes women ignore these changes thinking these might be normal. However these changes could actually be early symptoms of cancer, hence it is important to recognize these changes.

    Chronic Cough & Congestion

    One may dismiss a chronic cough, wheezing, shortness of breath with signs of asthma or however these could indicate lung tumors & leukemia.

    Skin Changes

    Sometimes women ignore change in size , shape or color of mole, this could be a sign of skin cancer. Consult doctor.

    Fatigue

    Getting tired due to hectic lifestyle is normal, however if you feeling overly tired, you need to consult your doctor.

    Changes in Breasts

    Some of the changes in breasts can be due to hormones, but if you find your nipples with rashes or discharge or they are inverted, consult gynecologist.

    Bloating

    If you feel persistently bloated, do not ignore as this could be due to kidney or ovarian cancer.

    Mouth Changes

    If you are in habit of smoking, watch out for white or red spots inside your mouth or on your lips, these could be sign of oral cancer.

    Heavy Periods/ In Between Periods

    This is the first sign of endometrial cancer, consult gynecologist.

    Weight Loss

    If you are not trying to lose weight and still you see a sudden weight loss, discuss this with your doctor.

    Swollen Lymph’s Nodes

    If you are facing difficulty in swallowing, it may be due to fungal infection. But if you are vomiting this could mean stomach cancer.

    Nail Changes

    Any discoloration or noticeable change in your nails too should not be ignored.

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