Yes, It’s Possible to Get STDs from Your Oral Machine?

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Oral MachineMost sex toys nowadays are designed to be safe to use. But their safety levels highly depend on their users; if you’re not careful with how you use your oral machine, there’s a high chance that you’ll get STDs from it.

This scenario becomes highly likely when you share your blowjob machine with your pals or even just your best friend. Think about it: if you don’t tell your friends all of your sexual exploits, they probably don’t tell you everything, too. And even if they did, you can’t really be sure that your pals’ sexual partners (and your friends themselves) are free from sexually transmitted diseases. Appearances can be deceiving when it comes to STDs: the most handsome and muscular man on the planet may be infected with chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis - and he might not even realize it! So, if your friend has an STD and you share your oral machine with him, there’s a high percentage that he can pass the disease on to you.

There’s even the chance that you’ll reinfect yourself with a sexually transmitted disease. This can happen when you use your blowjob machine while you have an STD without properly cleaning it; even when you get treated for the disease, you can still re-acquire it when you use your oral machine again and the bacteria is still alive on its surface. Granted, the lifespan of most STDs outside the body is relatively short, but this doesn’t mean that you can be complacent about it.

It’s Not Just STDs: Blood-Borne Illness on Your Oral Machine

Sexually transmitted diseases are already scary all by themselves, but the scarier part is that they’re not the only things you can get from your oral machine. Blood-borne illnesses such as hepatitis B, hepatitis c, and even HIV can also be transmitted through sex toys. This can happen when you share your male masturbator with other people, particularly toys that have rough edges and can draw blood when used. Even if your oral machine has completely smooth surfaces, they can still transmit blood-borne diseases if the person using them has open cuts in his penis where blood can seep through to the sex toy.

This can be dangerous since blood-borne illnesses take a long time to treat. HIV stands out from the rest since there is currently no cure for it, although there are drugs that can keep it from developing into AIDS.

STDs and Your Oral Machine: How to Keep Them Apart

With these in mind, you might become hesitant or even downright scared to use your oral machine. But there’s actually no need to be afraid since you can avoid sexually transmitted diseases without having to give up your favorite blowjob toy! You can stay safe and sexually pleased as long as you take the right precautions, which include:

  • - Not sharing your sex toys with other people. Think of your blowjob machine as a toothbrush - would you want your friends to use your toothbrush? Probably not. Tell your pals about the health risks of sharing male masturbators, and encourage them to get their own.
  • - Wearing a condom when using your oral machine. This is a good practice particularly if your friends insist on sharing your blowjob toy with you. And, even if you don’t share your toys, wearing a condom is still advisable particularly if you use oral masturbators that are made of jelly and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). These materials are highly porous, which means that bacteria can easily hide in their sponge-like surface.
  • - Cleaning your blowjob machine right after using. Doing this won’t only keep you away from STDs but will also extend the life of your sex toy and keep it in good shape. Most toys can be cleaned using warm water and soap (or antibacterial toy cleaner), but it’s advisable to read the product manual to know exactly how you should clean your male masturbator. Silicon toys can be sterilized in a boiling pot, while those made of Ultra Realistic 3.0 and other similar materials get damaged in extreme temperatures and shouldn’t be exposed to hot water.
  • - Visiting your doctor when you notice something amiss with your reproductive system. This way, if you do have STD, you’ll receive the appropriate treatment right away and get better ASAP.