Is it safe to swallow a woman's vaginal secretions?
yes.....unless she has an std
As you may or may not know, a woman's vagina is acidic on the pH scale to counteract bacteria and other harmful invaders. Your tongue is considered a foreign invader by the vagina and will try anything to get your tongue out of there by secreting acidic excretion harmful to your mouth.
I will ask my boyfriend if he really swallowed my squirts or not.. :D
He is fine...so far.. :D
HIV, the retrovirus that causes AIDS, is present in the semen, vaginal secretions, blood, breast milk, and in the amniotic fluid of an infected person. Contact with these fluids can cause a person to become infected with HIV. However, the saliva of an infected person is generally considered safe (unless contaminated with blood/the non-infected person has open wounds in their mouth).
No there isn't. Sexually transmitted diseases or infection or as termed in the question "Sexual infection" is passed on through bodily fluids, so in a mans sperm and a womans vaginal fluids for example. The only way to prevent STI's and STD's is to use a condom, practice safe sex, and if you don't you may want to consider getting tested for them.
If the partner on whom you are performing oral sex ("cunnilingus") is healthy and free of sexually transmittable infections, then it is generally safe to swallow vaginal fluid. Sexually transmittable infections (STIs) may be passed on if the partner performing the cunnilingus has cuts or sores inside or around their mouth. When with a partner who has an STI or you are unsure of your partner's history, it is then advisable to use a dental…
No, it's not safe to use tampons when you are not menstruating. Discharge exists to clean-out bacteria and dirt, it also helps protect vaginal tissues by keeping them moist, and it's acidic to help kill harmful bacteria while helping healthy bacteria. Tampons counter-act all this, they not only hold bacteria inside the vagina but give it the perfect environment to multiply to unsafe levels (yes, even if you change often). Tampons also dry-out vaginal tissues…