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What are the risks associated with deep mouth kissing?

asked Mar 31 in Questions by A RM (235 points)
edited Apr 15 by longhands1

I had asked in my previous question, if it was okay to have Foreplay with Bhabi.

Please suggest what are the risk associated with deep mouth kissing and sucking of boobs and nipples?

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There is no risk if she is healthy and has no other medical issues. You can enjoy deep mouth kissing and can suck her boobs as much as you want but make sure that you deal with the boobs gently otherwise she will get sore boobs.
answered Mar 31 by alpesh kapdi (28,960 points)
selected May 31 by A RM
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Hi A RM,

Research into passionate kissing has uncovered many valuable health benefits.. keeping the good things aside let's answer your questions.

Kissing can transmit many germs, including those that cause cold sores, glandular fever and tooth decay.
Saliva can transmit various diseases, which means that kissing is a small but significant health risk.

Examples of illnesses caused by viruses that can be transmitted during kissing include:
Cold, Glandular fever – also known as the kissing disease, Herpes infection, Hepatitis B – kissing may also transmit this virus, although blood has higher levels of this virus than saliva..

Now that I have scared you enough. Let me tell you the good news..

There is no need to give up kissing for the sake of your health and that of your loved ones. While disease-causing bugs can be transferred during a kiss, most won’t cause disease and the risk of serious disease is very small.

There are a number of things you can do to reduce the risk of passing on, or catching, an infection while kissing. You should try to:

Avoid kissing when you or the other person is sick.

Avoid kissing anyone on the lips when you, or they, have an active cold sore, warts or ulcers around the lips or in the mouth.

Maintain good oral hygiene.

Cough and sneeze into a hanky if you have a cold.
See your doctor about immunisations. Vaccines are available to prevent some infectious diseases, such as chickenpox, hepatitis B and group C meningococcal infection.

Hope this helped.

Happy Kiss-o-clean.
answered Apr 1 by aruverma (570 points)
commented Apr 6 by solliadi (5,140 points)
1.Is there any advantage of kissing deep mouth - aprt from getting germs, infections.
Like, closenet marriages are frowned on medical grounds, yogi's marry due to positive spiritual gene advancement.
2.What is the safe type of kiss?
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Biggest risk associated with DFK is infection and diseases. Bacteria reside inside mouth and throat which can easily get transferred during Deep kissing. Hence maintaining oral hygiene and limiting partners is important here. Boobs and nipples carry lower chances of infection than mouth.
answered May 31 by Vikki G (275 points)

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