Posted by Samuel Kurnianta On Wednesday, June 26, 2013 0 comments
Research conducted by Dr. William Lydiatt, professor and chief of surgical oncology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha found about 60-70 percent of cancer cases are related to HPV-positive tonsil.
While the study, published the New England Journal of Medicine in 2007 found that young people are affected by tonsil and base of tongue cancer with positive test results for HPV mostly perform oral sex on her partner.
People doing 6 times or more oral sex with her partner had 3.4 times higher risk of developing oropharyngeal cancer (cancer of the tongue, back of the throat or tonsils). This risk will increase if he often promiscuous partners.
Researchers also reported since 1973, people with tonsil and base of tongue cancer is increasing every year. The widespread practice of oral sex among adolescents a factor which contributed to the increase in the number of cancer patients.
People who are exposed to HPV virus has a specific location depends on which body part first enters the body. If entering through the vagina commonly cause cervical cancer in the mouth but if it will cause cancer in the mouth and throat.
"Sexual Practices people have changed from time to time. I do not know why they prefer to perform oral sex compared with other sexual activity," said Hartig.
Indeed favors experimenting with sexual activity, but it needs to be seen the impact and risks of these behaviors on health.
Hopefully the article Health Risks of Oral Sex useful for you.