HPV strains 6 and 11 rarely (but not unheard of) cause cancer; they are the ones typically seen as "genital warts:.
HPV strains 16, 18, 31, 33 and 35 are more strongly associated with both penile and vulva neoplasia while 16 is the strain greatly associated with oropharyngeal carcinoma. It is also the strain most closely associated with anal carcinoma, followed by strains 18, 33 and 73:
Most folks are often unaware that that carry HPV let alone the strains they are infected with.
There is a concern with the use of these products in someone who is on anticoagulant medication. It's recommended that someone on these blood thinning agents not use these rings that work by maintaining penile erections by blood flow restriction. The risk of restriction is, of course, increased chance of clot formation.
You can always discuss the use of these items with the physician or pharmacist who is monitoring your blood levels (I'm going to assume you're on Coumadin although you may be on other anticoagulant medication).
The clitoris has an amazing number of nerve endings and there is often a fine line between pleasure and pain in that area.
Suggest to your boyfriend that he focus on the area AROUND the clitoris instead of directly on it. In addition, fingers are often a bit too rough; if he engages in oral sex, you may find that the tongue does not cause the same discomfort.
What are you blathering about? To insult both men (who, unlike you, have absolutely no self control and run wild after their penis') and women (who should simply shut up, roll over and spread their legs wide).
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