Diseases, sexually transmitted can be to get into the body through oral sex. Despite the fact that this form of exercise sexual intercourse is relatively safe, compared with vaginal or anal sex, the transmission of most infections are also possible. For example, the probability of HIV infection remains high.
Oral and genital herpes are different forms of the virus, but a herpes infection is possible both during oral sex and kissing. The disease can be transmitted even if the carrier is missing symptoms. It is believed that papillomavirus (HPV) infection also can be transmitted orally. The infection may trigger the development of cancer of the oral cavity and larynx. Among other infections transmitted in this way include gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis.
Oral-fecal method of transmission involves both direct and indirect oral contact with the object that is the carrier of the disease. The direct method is transmission via saliva (by kissing). The indirect variant of the infection is possible through consumption of infected food or water. There is a possibility of transmission through sharing personal hygiene products (e.g. toothbrush) and Smoking one cigarette.
To the list of diseases that are transmitted oral-fecal method, include adenovirus, Coxsackie virus, cytomegalovirus, infectious mononucleosis, herpes. Through oral to oral contact, penetration of the bacteria E. coli, which provoke the development of gastritis and ulcers of the stomach and duodenum. In medical practice have been documented cases of oral transmission of hepatitis (B and A often). Toxoplasmosis, meningitis and polio can also be obtained through oral contact with a carrier. There are cases of infection with rotavirus infection (e.g., Salmonella), Shigella, tape worms and pinworms.
However, the infection is a parasitic infection most often occurs in the process of consumption of contaminated food or water and by contact with dirty objects. Prevent infection by oral route, observing the rules of hygiene and avoiding contact with people that are known to be carriers of the infection. At the onset of symptoms of the disease should contact a doctor for advice, passing tests and treatment.