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Q&A with a sexologist: 'There's almost no STI that you can't get from oral sex'

13 February 2021 10:29 AM
Tags:
Sex education
sexuality
oral sex
clinical sexologist
My Sexual Health
Dr Elna Rudolph

Medical doctor and sexologist Dr. Elna Rudolph shares expert sexual health advice on Weekend Breakfast with Sara-Jayne King.

Dr. Rudlph is the founder and clinical head at My Sexual Health, a resource for credible sexual health information that also offers a network of healthcare professionals who provide sexual health and sexology services to all.

She fielded a range of questions from male menopause and erectile dysfunction to pap smears, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and sex-positive education for kids.

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There's almost no STI that you can't get from oral sex.

Dr. Elna Rudolph, Founder and Clinical Head - My Sexual Health

You have to have a pap smear within two years of becoming sexually active or by the age of 25, even if you're not sexually active. Women in same-sex relationships still need to have their pap smears.

Dr. Elna Rudolph, Founder and Clinical Head - My Sexual Health

Your penis is telling you what's happening in your heart.

Dr. Elna Rudolph, Founder and Clinical Head - My Sexual Health

Any guy with erectile dysfunction needs to go and see a doctor immediately because it is so closely associated with heart disease.

Dr. Elna Rudolph, Founder and Clinical Head - My Sexual Health

Every single person has a need for sexual health education, even if you are single or asexual, there are things that you need to know.

Dr. Elna Rudolph, Founder and Clinical Head - My Sexual Health

Listen to the Q&A on Weekend Breakfast with Sara-Jayne King:




13 February 2021 10:29 AM
Tags:
Sex education
sexuality
oral sex
clinical sexologist
My Sexual Health
Dr Elna Rudolph

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