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Q: Can oral sex transmit STIs? Should I use condoms for oral sex? A: When the mouth and tongue are healthy and without cuts or sores, the chance of getting a sexually transmitted infection (STI) through oral sex is uncommon, though possible. Trauma in the mouth presents a ready passage-way for viruses or bacteria to enter the bloodstream. Unless you’re 100 percent sure that your partner’s sexual history is clear, it’s a good idea to...

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Q: What are the costs of birth control if obtained through student health services? Which birth control is most effective? A: According to TU Health Services, students can receivea  prescription for birth control, but need to see one of the university physicians. The charge to see the physician is $20.  Depending on the patient’s age and other factors, laboratory testing may be necessary and other small feels may apply.  Most insurance will cover the testing...

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Q: Safe sex between two females? How? What precautions? A: Women who have sex with women (WSW), can have mouth-to-genital, mouth-to-anal, hand-to-genital, or toy-to-genital interactions. Although WSW have lower risk of being diagnosed with certain STI’s than their heterosexual counterparts (i.e. HIV), there are still some risks involved. Infections can still be passed in a number of ways, including through skin-to-skin contact, contact with vaginal fluids or menstrual blood, and through shared use of sex...