If both partners have HIV is it safe to have oral sex? If we decide not to continue using condoms can we infect other areas on our bodies?

Q:

If both partners have HIV  is it safe to have oral sex? If we decide not to continue using condoms can we infect other areas on our bodies?

A:

Genital hiv could spread to a partner orally by oral sex. If oral sex is performed on a partner with HIV the partner performing oral sex may come in direct contact with HIV orally. The partner performing oral sex could catch HIV orally. The chance of HIV being oral herpes isn’t higher than 5-10%.

The chance of catching oral HIV from performing oral sex on a partner with HIV is low. Having unprotected oral sex is a personal choice. It is good to be safe in many cases.. Herpes could spread to other body parts sure as the finger or the eye area but it is not likely.

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