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Oral Hematomas following Oral Sex in Individuals with Disrupted Coagulation

Author(s): G Tobias, T Chackartchi, L Abramov, J Mann, M Findler

Protected oral sex is relatively safe and harmless. There are hardly any reports in the literature regarding palatal bruises and hematomas following oral sexual activity in those with a bleeding tendency. Here we report oral sub-mucosal hemorrhage in three women with a disrupted coagulation system. The traumatic hemorrhage was attributed to violent activity during oral sexual practices. This short report presents a seemingly unnoticed and unreported phenomenon following oral sexual behavior.

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