Anxiety for oral sex partners and human papillomavirus infection on oral cancer patients


  • กุลชญา ลอยหา Faculty of Public Health, Ubon Ratchathani Rajabhat University


Oral cancer, oral sex partner, human papillomavirus infection


Oral cancer is caused by many factors. The factors include health behavior, betel quid chewing, tobacco smoking, alcohol drinking. and the behavior associated with the infection of Human papillomavirus (behavior for oral sex partner). The previous study was conducted on the behaviors above all the conclusion is the same approach and are consistent in terms of the facts related factors. The relationship between oral cancer and lesions in the mouth. However, some oral sexual issues still need of the knowledge and further evidence for in-depth the oral sex behaviors are relevant to the issues of the individuals is preferable to people for their oral sex behaviors to carried out among them. The facts of oral sex behaviors may require additional information, including the design of the interviews / questionnaires, in-depth features for protect to reliability and accuracy of the fact information. Even more disruptive to other factors unrelated to the study. This will result in a study that was as close to reality as possible. Which will bring benefits to the guidelines for the prevention of oral cancer related to oral sex behaviors in the future.


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ลอยหา ก. (2019). Anxiety for oral sex partners and human papillomavirus infection on oral cancer patients. UBRU Journal for Public Health Research, 7(2), 1–5. Retrieved from