Doctor warns against using saliva as lubricant during intercourse

– A Nigerian doctor identified as Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala has shared a medical tip that is making many social media users rethink some of their lifestyle choices
– In a lengthy post, the doctor warned against people using saliva as lubricant during intercourse
– Sharing the dangers, the young man stated that it can lead to infections
When it comes to having consensual intercourse between two adults, anything goes depending on the preference of the two parties involved. However, certain care should be taken in the practice.

A Nigerian doctor identified as @vibrantdvick on Twitter has shared a tip which is making some ‘kerewa’ lovers rethink their lifestyle choices.
In a lengthy post, the doctor stated that people should avoid using saliva as a lubricant when trying to get things moist during intercourse. He stated that saliva contains digestive enzymes that can prove dangerous to the eco-system of the se’xual organ.

Victor-Bryan Nwala warned that at worst, such practice can cause infections.
Read his post below:
Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala
Saliva is not a lubricant!
Saliva is not a lubricant!!
Saliva is not a lubricant!!!
Saliva is not a lubricant!!!!
Do not use it during sexual intercourse.
I hope u understand this.

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Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala
“The bacteria in saliva are very different than the bacteria in your vagina,” Saliv also contains digestive enzymes that break down food. When you introduce these bacteria and enzymes into your vagina

Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala
the result can upset your vaginal microbiome and leave you susceptible developing a yeast infection or bacteri vaginosis.

Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala
“Any STI in the throat or mouth can be transmitted to the genitals through saliva,” In other words, if your partner an active herpes lesion for example, using their spit to make things slick co leave you with genital herpes.

Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala
This scenario happens more than you might think—and it’s the most commo way genital herpes is contracted. Even you don’t see a cold sore on or aroun their mouth, the virus can still be transmissible.

Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala
“Herpes can present with blisters or sores, but it can also present asymptomatically,”

Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala

Herpes isn’t the only oral STI you can contract. “Gonorrhea, chlamydia, HPV, syphilis, and trichomoniasis can also a be transmitted to the genitals through saliva,” And like herpes, these infectio may not have any symptoms.

Dr. Victor-Bryan Nwala
“Using saliva as lube provides a perfec storm to alter the vaginal or anal ecosystem enough to trigger one of these infections,”

Author: Seun Durojaiye


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