Stay Protected While Enjoying Oral Sex: Tips for You

Hey there, adventurous spirits! Ready to dive into the thrilling world of oral pleasure? Hold your horses, because while it’s all fun and games in the heat of the moment, there's a serious side to this intimate act we need to chat about. Let’s unravel the mystery of preventing STDs during oral sex, so you can keep the good times rolling worry-free.

The Lowdown on Oral Sex and STDs

Oral sex, a journey to the peaks of pleasure, can sometimes take a detour into not-so-fun territory - STD territory, to be precise. Whether it's through a passionate kiss down south or a wild romp that breaks all the rules, those sneaky STDs can hitch a ride. Remember, folks, chlamydia and gonorrhea don’t care about your good time; they’re just looking for a new place to crash.

Recognizing the Risk

Even when it's all about the pleasure, the risk of STDs like syphilis and HPV lurks in the shadows. Like uninvited guests, they can crash your party without a single symptom. That’s why peeking under the hood (or the sheets) with regular testing is key to keeping the fun clean and your health in check.

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Barrier Methods: Your First Line of Defense

Talking protection isn’t the sexiest prelude, but hey, neither is an STD. Condoms and dental dams might feel like buzzkills, but they're the trusty guardians against those pesky infections. Plus, they come in flavors and textures that could add a new twist to your playtime!

Post-Exposure Protection: The Role of B doxy-PEP

If you’ve had unprotected sex, here’s the kicker: you’ve got a 72-hour window to use this antibiotic effectively, much like emergency contraception for STD prevention. If you’re ever caught off guard, remember that B doxy-PEP could be your next best move in keeping those pesky STDs at bay.

Communication is Key

The hottest encounters start with a chat. Yup, you heard that right. Getting verbal before getting down to business ensures that everyone’s on the same page about safety. It’s like setting the ground rules before the game - it makes for a better play.

Regular Testing: Keeping Up with Your Health

Think of STD testing as your health’s BFF; it’s there to make sure you keep having a blast safely. So make it a regular thing. After all, the only surprises we want are the good ones, right?

Closing Thoughts…

So there you have it—the lowdown on keeping things both steamy and secure. Remember, taking control of your sexual health doesn’t mean less fun; it means more confidence in your game. Go on and enjoy the pleasures of the flesh; just do it with a little savvy and a lot of care.

It's time to embrace the joy of intimacy without the shadow of worry. Keep these tips in mind, stay in the know, and here’s to your health—and your pleasure!


What is B Brand?

B Brand is a telehealth company focused on delivering premium quality sexual health products, paired with education and resources to help people make informed decisions. We are your one-stop destination for all your intimate health needs.

How do B Brand consultations work?

To complete a B Brand consultation, all you need to do is answer our quick online medical questions. Your answers are then reviewed by our US medical team, who will decide if you are eligible for treatment, and which medication is best for you.

What is doxy-PEP?

Doxy-PEP means taking the antibiotic doxycycline after sex, to prevent getting an STI. It is like a morning-after pill but for STIs. Taking doxy-PEP reduces your chance of acquiring syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia by about two-thirds.

When should I take doxy-PEP?

Two 100 mg pills of doxycycline should be taken ideally within 24 hours but no later than 72 hours after condomless sex. Condomless sex means oral, anal or vaginal/front-hole sex where a condom isn’t used for the entire time.

What about when I have sex again?

If you have sex again within 24 hours of taking doxycycline, take another dose 24 hours after your last dose. You can take doxycycline as often as every day when you are having condomless sex but don’t take more than 200 mg (two 100 mg pills) every 24 hours.

How should I take doxy-PEP?

• Take doxycycline with plenty of water or something else to drink so that it does not get stuck when you swallow. If your stomach is upset by doxycycline, taking it with food may help.

• Some people are more sensitive to the sun when they take doxycycline, so wear sunscreen.

• Please do not share doxycycline with others.

• Avoid dairy products, calcium, antacids, or multivitamins 2 hours before after taking doxycycline

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