First of all, these are venereal diseases and sexually transmitted diseases (viral hepatitis C, B, HIV, syphilis, chlamydia, trichomoniasis and others). The whole point is that both the mouth and the penis have mucous membranes that can not only transmit the infection, but also “gladly” accept it into the body, which means that both partners are at risk: both the one who pleasures and the one who receives the caresses and read

With the same risk during oral sex the partner can catch acute respiratory and viral infections: colds, flu, sore throat, coronavirus and other diseases can also enter the body through the mucous membranes in the mouth or penis. You should also not forget about fungal diseases in the mouth, which can then also be transmitted to your partner, thereby causing not the most pleasant sensations:

Oral contact during exacerbation of herpes virus infection is also undesirable, because herpes is in this situation in its active phase and can also be the cause of the presence of rashes on the genitals and oral mucosa in the sexual partner,

– says the doctor. And if with diseases inside the body and fungal infections solved, it is also worth not forgetting about the state of your teeth and gums: dental diseases, such as, gingivitis, stomatitis, periodontitis or dental caries, and more precisely, their microorganisms can provoke a partner cystitis and further visit the gynecologist or urologist.

The doctor also noted that piercings and braces can cause microtraumas on the partner’s genitals, after which these inconspicuous wounds can “form an ‘entrance gate’ for microorganisms from the oral cavity.”