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Coronavirus with sexual health

Coronavirus with sexual health

  Stéphanie

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Right now, there are few or no people in the civilized world who are unaware of the coronavirus (technically, COVID-19), the pandemic of which is causing major changes across the world. As of this writing, history is evolving and changing every day, and there is no way of knowing exactly which path the pandemic will take. What is clear is that coronavirus is a major health concern - and this raises the question of whether it has sexual health problems or specifically for penis health. The answer is yes - sort of. At least as far as we know now. (It should be noted that the information presented below is for educational purposes and should not substitute for the advice of qualified healthcare professionals, which should be consulted by anyone with questions about the coronavirus.)

The current coronavirus is known to be transmitted most effectively through infected droplets that pass from the mouth or nose of one person to another. For example, if an infected person sneezes on the face of a second person, there is a good chance that the second person is also infected. It must be admitted that in both cases, that of the person who sneezes and that of the person whose face is sneezed, it is possible that no one knows that he has a coronavirus. It is asymptomatic in the majority of cases. But it can still be passed on to someone else who may not be asymptomatic. So wearing a mask is useful for both parties to avoid any kind of saliva splash or sneezing. Coronavirus can be transmitted through contact with a surface that has been contaminated. So, if a person infected with the virus transmits germs to, for example, a doorknob, a person touching the doorknob can pick up the germs; if they then touch their affected hand to their face, they can pass the virus to each other that way. However, this method of transmission is less likely than direct transmission from the mouth or nose to another face. What is the link with sexual health?

Naturally, if sneezing or coughing transmits the infected droplets, so do the kisses. So couples who kiss languidly and one of whose partners is infected carries a significant risk that both couples will be infected. What about other sexual acts? Other versions of the coronavirus have not been found to spread sexually in any meaningful way; however, it stands to reason that if, for example, a woman infected with the coronavirus had oral sex with a man who then touched his penis and touched his face, it could very well increase the risk of being infected. Other seemingly more innocent acts related to sexual health could also pose certain problems. For example, going on a date and sharing food or drinking from someone else's glass could also be a possible route of transmission. So, to run no risk, disinfect your hands regularly with the hydroalcoholic disinfectant gels that you can find in the sexshop. For good hygiene, wash your hands with soap and regularly disinfect surfaces that are susceptible to touch. Pay attention to your health and be well!

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 Arthur
A good article for considering the current circumstance that we are all experiencing. Even if sex is a pleasure that couples share to find themselves in intimate moments, you must always be careful and always take precautions, this does not mean that I do not maintain sexual intercourse with my partner, by cons we avoid oral sex and languid kisses :-)
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