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Oral sex after tooth extraction

Oral sex after tooth extraction

How long do I have to wait after wisdom teeth extraction to give my husband oral sex? Hello, I’m 22 years old and about to turn 23. & I had my wisdom teeth extracted three days ago. I realize it’s a little early to ask, but my husband will be returning home in about three weeks. & I’m curious as to how long I’ll have to wait until I can have oral sex with him. Since he is a Marine and has been gone for a while, I haven’t seen him in a long time. And I’d like our first night together in a long time to be all he’s wished for!
We must avoid creating negative pressure inside the oral cavity after any extraction before the blood clot has formed and is firm in its position. In most cases, it happens within 24 hours. But there’s no need to be concerned. As you said, you have three weeks before he returns, which is plenty of time to allow your wound to heal properly. Do warm saline rinses 4-5 times a day in the meantime. Ensure that the extraction site is well-maintained. After you’ve eaten something, make sure you clean your mouth.
We must avoid creating negative pressure inside the oral cavity after any extraction before the blood clot has formed and is firm in its position. In most cases, it happens within 24 hours. But there’s no need to be concerned. As you said, you have three weeks before he returns, which is plenty of time to allow your wound to heal properly. Do warm saline rinses 4-5 times a day in the meantime. Ensure that the extraction site is well-maintained. After you’ve eaten something, make sure you clean your mouth.

Impacted tooth extraction is a major surgical procedure. The importance of post-operative treatment cannot be overstated. Unnecessary discomfort, as well as infection and swelling complications, can be avoided if the instructions are closely followed.
Following surgery, a certain amount of bleeding is to be expected. It’s not unusual for saliva to have minor bleeding, oozing, or redness. Excessive bleeding can be stopped by rinsing or rubbing any old clots out of your mouth, then applying a gauze pad to the region and chewing hard for 30 minutes. If required, repeat the process. Bite on a moistened tea bag for 30 minutes if bleeding persists. By contracting bleeding vessels, the tannic acid in the tea bag aids in the formation of a clot. Stop being excited, sitting upright, and exercising to prevent further bleeding. If the bleeding does not stop, call for more details.
The swelling that is generally required is proportional to the surgery that was performed. It’s not unusual to experience swelling around the lips, cheeks, eyes, and sides of the face. This is the body’s natural response to surgery and subsequent recovery. The swelling will not appear until the day after surgery, and it will not reach its limit until two or three days later. However, using ice packs right away will help to reduce swelling. On the sides of the face where surgery was done, two plastic bags filled with ice or ice packs should be applied. When you are awake, the ice packs should be left on continuously. Ice is no longer effective after 36 hours. There is no need to be concerned if swelling or jaw stiffness has continued for many days. This is a common side effect of surgery. The application of moist heat to the sides of the face 36 hours after surgery is helpful in reducing the size of the swelling.

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The symptoms of fever and bodyache appeared six days later. I’m still suffering from a sore throat. I have had my lower wisdom tooth removed three weeks ago and it is still swollen. Since it is just one week after the oral sex, no test has been performed.
Oral sex is believed to be responsible for about 5% of infections in gay men (or men who have sex with men). This danger arises when cum or pre-cum enters the mouth (ie for the man who is doing the sucking).
A cut, ulcer, or sore in the mouth, poor gum health (bleeding gums), or another direct route into the blood is normally required. It’s also likely that the HIV-positive person who’s being sucked has a heavy viral load. The viral load is particularly high in someone who has recently been infected. Since they are more contagious, normally low-risk behaviors like oral sex become even more dangerous.
The only way to find out whether you are HIV-positive is to take an HIV test. HIV is a virus that is difficult to contract. Your symptoms may be unrelated at the moment, but it sounds like this is something worth investigating.

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It may come across as a joke, but it is a serious issue. My wisdom teeth were extracted a week ago. My dentist removed the stitches, but the wound is still healing and the gum has a hole in it. Is there a time when I can have oral sex (giving) without causing infection or raising my chances of contracting STDs? Surprisingly, I didn’t feel relaxed enough to inquire about it with my dentist. a total of 7 comments 75 percentsharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.