Nerves of clitoral head
Clitoral blood flow
What is normal
Whenever one examines the workings of sexual activity, dangers of disease transmittal must be considered – Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs).
Research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that one in four teenage females have one or more STDs.
If the teenage females have such a high percentage of STDs, one might conclude that the teenage males have a significant percentage with infections as well.
STDs can be transmitted by oral sex. Actual penetration does not have to occur.
The only way to be sure to not transmit STDs is to refrain from sexual activity.
However there are methods to reduce the risk of STDs but none are 100%. (Click here) to go to the CDC precaution site.
The most common STD is HPV (human papillomavirus infection), which in many forms is linked to genital warts and cancer.
Even teenage girls with only one lifetime partner had over a 20% infection rate. Girls with three or more partners had a rate of over 50%.
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