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  1. #2751
    Quote Originally Posted by BadDuck  [View Original Post]
    I'd really appreciate some help on what to do.
    Probably the only issue is whether you have picked up a bacterial infection in your urethra. If you rapidly develop a pus discharge (like overnight) then suspect gonorrhea. If no discharge then other strains may manifest themselves after 2 days or more, with a burning when peeing sensation after 4 days.

    You should be right for herpes as you washed up straight after the event. For HIV it is also highly unlikely.

    Make sure your condom is fully lubed up at all times, and reapply during the session if necessary. I now use the Sagami Large condom, 69 baht each, which are made of polyurethane and seem pretty strong, even though they are fairly thin.

  2. #2750

    Plastic wrap vs. Dental dam

    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    A wise monger uses a dental dam. CFS + DDDATY = healthy for life.
    Ah, you think a "wise" monger would try to hold a tiny square of flimsy rubber in place (on all four corners) while trying to perform oral sex on a dripping snatch, so that you can see nothing and feel nothing? That's your opinion? What would even be the point of doing it? I don't think your mathematical equation is very imaginative or thought provoking. IMO, it would be wiser, if you wanted to use a prophylactic for that situation. To use a wide, thin, strong and transparent plastic wrap vs. A dental dam.

  3. #2749
    Visited Snow White In Bangkok today. Met a plump Thai girl called "yarakat" or something that sounds like that. She did the usual. Massage and playing around. She was quite mechanical if you ask me but I wasn't complaining. She put on the condom. Rode me. She got tired and I decided to do doggy. While in the doggy, I slipped out. The condom was ok. Then I don't know if I entered her vagina or anus. It just went in. Came in 2 minutes. Pulled out and saw that the condom had broken.

    Totally freaked out. Washed up. Peed whatever I could.

    Didn't SW have an HIV scare? Substandard condoms.

    I'm trying to keep calm. But I know I'm stressing out too.

    I'the really appreciate some help on what to do.

  4. #2748
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    A wise monger uses a dental dam. CFS + DDDATY = healthy for life.
    Do you get sucked with condom or without condom?

  5. #2747
    Quote Originally Posted by ChinatownGuy  [View Original Post]
    I would think using a dental dam to use for oral sex would be almost ridiculous. First of all, a dental dam is only 5 or 6" square. (not very large) They also tend to be quite thick. There would be no feeling. Also, you can't see through them.

    I love eating at the why and I tend to throw caution to the wind when caught up in the moment. But, if I did want to use a prophylactic while eating-out a SW, I think plain old plastic Cling Wrap used to seal food in a container would be much, much better. It's very wide, strong, thin and see through. And, available everywhere for little money. I have also fantasized about performing the dirty deed in the shower using plenty of anti-bacterial soap (as long as you don't mind washing your mouth out with soap, which I was quite used to as a child.
    A wise monger uses a dental dam. CFS + DDDATY = healthy for life.

  6. #2746

    Dental Dams are so thick

    Quote Originally Posted by Gargano19  [View Original Post]
    I remember I asked this before on Bangkok thread I think, and someone suggested to try to find in soi 21/19.

    Well I couldn't find dental dam there. Does anyone knows where I can find dental dam, in Bangkok? I have asked multiple chemist in Sukhumvit and they don't have it.

    Thanks,
    I would think using a dental dam to use for oral sex would be almost ridiculous. First of all, a dental dam is only 5 or 6" square. (not very large) They also tend to be quite thick. There would be no feeling. Also, you can't see through them.

    I love eating at the why and I tend to throw caution to the wind when caught up in the moment. But, if I did want to use a prophylactic while eating-out a SW, I think plain old plastic Cling Wrap used to seal food in a container would be much, much better. It's very wide, strong, thin and see through. And, available everywhere for little money. I have also fantasized about performing the dirty deed in the shower using plenty of anti-bacterial soap (as long as you don't mind washing your mouth out with soap, which I was quite used to as a child.

  7. #2745
    Quote Originally Posted by Lucifer786  [View Original Post]
    HIV, Syphilis & Hepatitis. Etc. Well, I haven't done any of these but just curious what precautions I must follow. And is it a good idea to ask the smooci girls or any other girls for a latest test report. I'm clueless.
    Do you really think people on here get tested regularly and ask girls for a latest report? I am sure most don't. There is no precaution like every disease. Many people on here have fucked for decades without getting tested for STDs. My big advise: stop googling stds. If you do, you will stop living, all the time you get shit you will think about std. I get the feeling you are still young or have no experience mongering.

  8. #2744
    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]
    Among other factors, fermented fish (pla ra) causes cancer, and som tum pla ra is one of the most common dishes up in Issan, almost a staple.
    Something I would like to look at more. Moldy seed is a known cause of Liver cancer (whole villages in China had been affected), and Thais love eating pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, etc. Fine if they are not contaminated in the silos. However risky I think.

    The world used to have high rates (Untreated) of Helicobacter Pylori infections in the stomach, and this coupled with salty pickled foods may have been a problem. I once knew a Thai girl with bad breath for years. It was untreated Helico P. Once she got the right antibiotics, was easily fixed. That was about 25 years ago.

    This stomach problem has been largely fixed in the USA and stomach cancer rates dropped massively in the last 60 years, partly for that reason. Getting that problem cleared up in Thailand has probably been slower.

    I am a little sceptical about pickled mud fish causing cancer on its own, other chemicals or other factors likely to be relevant. I don't eat it myself. Not keen on the taste and I don't do a lot of very salty stuff too. Not keen on salted sun dried products. They could be a risk maybe. Not keen on deep fried unless I choose the Oils. Ha ha. Deep fried at home only. Consuming burned or oxidised oils has to be a big risk.

    In general, modern day science seems to be thinking fermented food products can be excellent for your health. Thais have many fermented pickled things, so worth researching further.

    There are countless potential cancer sources in Thailand, even the sun.

  9. #2743
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    Cancer would be biggest easily in Thailand I think, and certainly in the poor province villages. I think is several times higher than average countries. Thais are not too concerned about doing things dangerous to their own health and the health of others relating to dangerous substances, but diet is probably not yet as bad as the USA.
    Among other factors, fermented fish (pla ra) causes cancer, and som tum pla ra is one of the most common dishes up in Issan, almost a staple.

  10. #2742
    Quote Originally Posted by MongerForSex  [View Original Post]
    Syphilis death was common before world war 2 and hiv death was common 1980's and 1990's. Now cardiovascular disease is number 1 followed by cancer. The communicable diseases that kills the most people are respiratory tract infction, influenza flu and tuberculosis.
    Cancer would be biggest easily in Thailand I think, and certainly in the poor province villages. I think is several times higher than average countries. Thais are not too concerned about doing things dangerous to their own health and the health of others relating to dangerous substances, but diet is probably not yet as bad as the USA.

  11. #2741
    Syphilis death was common before world war 2 and hiv death was common 1980's and 1990's. Now cardiovascular disease is number 1 followed by cancer. The communicable diseases that kills the most people are respiratory tract infction, influenza flu and tuberculosis.

  12. #2740
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    Yes, that is great news. But I wonder why there is no mention of subtypes of HIV in Asia, no mention of trials for the vaccine anywhere in Asia, only in North and South America, Europe and sub-Saharan Africa. Of course, they do mention the trials will focus on men who have sex with men. Still, the absence of a mention of Asia as a target for any trials of the vaccine is curious.
    Ha ha. That is called dumbing it down, in relation to the sub-types. Cholesterol is blamed for heart disease. That is gross use of dumbing it down to the extent that it is totally wrong. Cholesterol was a misnomer for other things.

    I read about various subtypes of HIV many years ago. Different types were prevalent in different countries. Different risk rates too, so risks published for USA don't mean risks are the same in Thailand at all. Some strains are easier to catch. Some strains much more deadly or cause patients to die quicker.

    Statistics are manipulated commonly to become lies. Never trust Stats to be fair and uncontaminated and state all the underlying assumptions, etc.

    If the inventors of a vaccine were not in Thailand, would they want to trial it in Thailand? Maybe they would do so on a small scale among high risk communities, but without huge publicity. They don't need a huge mob trying to get to it. Maybe they prefer to test at home first.

    Big Pharma are interested in making huge money, right. That isn't going to be sub-Saharan Africa.

  13. #2739
    HIV was causing 4% of deaths in Thailand and dwindling. Mostly in the lower classes I bet. I don't fully comprehend why the rates got high 20 years ago when the risks quoted for passing on are quite low per even for normal sex. One has to suspect huge needle sharing in years gone by.

    Now Cancer is the big one, then heart disease / stroke, diabetes, respiratory infections, dementia, etc.

    Even road deaths surely outstrips HIV by now. Deaths from HIV are a delayed effect where HIV could have been contracted long ago.

    Why was HIV so common, obviously drug users and gays was a big factor.

    A lot of villagers die from various causes as they can't afford treatments.

    For cancers, we have smoke from cigarettes and burning off in the fields (Thais do this without a 2nd thought), use of weed killers and pesticides, heavy use of asbestos, heavy metals, bad diet (chemicals) including total lack of organic food in Thailand.

    Some web sites warn about cooking in palm oil and coconut oil. Total bullshit and out dated views. Natural saturated fats are not the cause of heart disease or cancers. They are actually good in the views of many modern scientists. They are not oxidisable, they burn at quite high temperatures making them safer for cooking. They are also low in Omega 6's.

    In the village the common causes of death here that I hear most frequently are cancers (easily No. 1), road deaths, dementia, and sudden unexpected deaths which could be heart attack or some super bacteria / virus etc. Or contamination by chemicals. HIV deaths were common in the past but not any more. Just the local gossip, which is not very reliable.

  14. #2738
    Quote Originally Posted by MongerForSex  [View Original Post]
    What std scares you?
    HIV, Syphilis & Hepatitis. Etc. Well, I haven't done any of these but just curious what precautions I must follow. And is it a good idea to ask the smooci girls or any other girls for a latest test report. I'm clueless.

  15. #2737
    Yes, that is great news. But I wonder why there is no mention of subtypes of HIV in Asia, no mention of trials for the vaccine anywhere in Asia, only in North and South America, Europe and sub-Saharan Africa. Of course, they do mention the trials will focus on men who have sex with men. Still, the absence of a mention of Asia as a target for any trials of the vaccine is curious.

    On top of that, there are different HIV subtypes in different parts of the world. (Subtype B is common in North America and Europe, for example, while subtype C is found in southern and eastern Africa.) An effective vaccine must be based on components drawn from a mosaic of HIV variants in order to work against many strains.

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