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STD Fact Sheet – From the SF City Clinic 

—> Chlamydia

—> Gonorrhea

—> Hepatitis

—> Herpes 

—> HIV/AIDS 

—> HPV

—> Syphilis 

—> Other STDs

What You Can Get if Your Partner is Infected

KNOWN RISKS

POSSIBLE RISKS

UNKNOWN

Performing oral sex on a man

Performing oral sex on a woman

none

Receiving oral sex – man

none

Receiving oral sex – woman

none

Anal sex – top

none

Anal sex – bottom

none

Vaginal sex – man

none

 

 

 

 

Oral-anal Sex

none

* You could be at risk if the receiver has just topped someone else.

** Very low risk.

*** Unprotected anal sex is a very high risk activity for a bottom, much more so than for a top. The risk of HIV transmission to a bottom during unprotected anal sex is 15 in 1,000 versus 3 in 10,000 from a bottom to a top.

  • Kissing, mutual masturbation, and frottage or dry humping are considered safer sex activities, with little to no risk of STD transmission.
  • Using latex condoms (male or female) significantly reduces the risk of contracting STDs during anal, vaginal and oral sex.
  • Washing hands and the genital area thoroughly before and after oral-anal sex reduces the risk of transmission of most of the listed STDs and conditions. Condom use reduces transmission risk even further.

 

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