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Natural oral sex is a sexual practice in which the male partner receives oral stimulation from his female partner without the use of a condom. Although this practice may be considered relatively safe in terms of pregnancy prevention, it does carry sexual health risks.

The main sexual health concern with natural oral sex is the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), such as HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhea and herpes. The lining of the mouth and throat can be damaged during the practice, allowing pathogens to enter the body more easily. In addition, the presence of sores or irritations in the mouth or on the lips can increase the risk of STI transmission.

The risks can be reduced by using a condom during oral sex. Condoms can protect against STIs by preventing direct contact with body fluids. However, it is important to note that condoms may not offer complete protection against all STIs, especially infections such as herpes that can be transmitted through skin-to-skin contact.

Ultimately, it is important to take precautions to protect your sexual health when performing natural oral sex. Using condoms and communicating openly with your partner about your STI status and sexual practices can help minimize the risks associated with this practice.