• Princess13 Princess13
    June 01, 2009
    Does deep throating always cause a sore throat?
    Princess13 Princess13
    June 01, 2009

    My husband likes deep throating, so I have tried it a few times. I don't think it painful when I'm doing it, but the next day my throat feels sore and stretched. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Will the pain go away with more tries, or is it one of those "if it hurts don't do it" sorts of things?

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  • Merely Me
    Health Guide
    June 02, 2009
    Merely Me
    Health Guide
    June 02, 2009

    I am not sure what to tell you. It seems to me that the simple physical mechanics of the act will cause a stretched, sore feeling to throat, but there may be people who are able to develop a tolerance to the sensation and action. We have some information about oral sex here for you to read which might be helpful. I would suggest that if it causes you discomfort, you mention this to your husband. He may like it, but he probably won't like that it causes you pain the next day.

     

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  • jilliannejoy December 22, 2009
    jilliannejoy
    December 22, 2009

    Well.. I've done that too ! And it does hurt after a couple times. It's actually one of those things where it's "if it hurts, don't do it." Everytime I wake up, I always brush my teeth [probably because the mint feeling helps my throat] and then I mouthwash [I use that as a substitute for the warm salt water thing] but you'll be fine. Just try not to do it so much.

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