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  1. #1188
    Quote Originally Posted by Maradona1234  [View Original Post]
    So after giving some thought for those who are paranoid, I believe the safest method is to obviously use a condom under all times and keep your boxers on! LOL.

    So all skin to skin diseases such as warts, herpes, HPV etc. Are not a problem anymore.

    Any other ideas you guys have?
    Avoid kissing girls or do DATY with cuts in their lips both above and below.

  2. #1187

    Corona Sutra

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  3. #1186

    Safe sex

    So after giving some thought for those who are paranoid, I believe the safest method is to obviously use a condom under all times and keep your boxers on! LOL.

    So all skin to skin diseases such as warts, herpes, HPV etc. Are not a problem anymore.

    Any other ideas you guys have?

  4. #1185
    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Jake, my attitude about STDs is this. Everyone freaks out about them, and I do not get the distinction between regular diseases and STDs when so many of the more serious conditions are transmittable diseases that are not classified as STDs: the flu, staph, strep, kidney and bladder infections from a woman's own body.

    HPV is another way of saying warts. That is it. It is a skin condition. Yes, a few strains of it can cause "cancer" which is another term I hate because cervical "cancer" is very slow growing and close to 100% curable. In fact, a lot of times when you mention cancer, people think instant death when in most cases, that is hardly the case. Pancreatic cancer and lung cancer are typically death sentences and cervical cancer is typically not.

    Everyone thinks condoms prevent all these diseases, and they don't. Meanwhile, the allergy from the latex in condoms can itself cause instant death.

    If you are concerned about HPV, the best think you can do is use good hygiene. I went out and got the Gardasil vaccine which probably was over kill but if you are concerned about spreading HPV, particularly the ones that do cause cancer, it is something you might want to look into.

    Most cases of HPV in both men and women are gotten rid of by the body's own immune system over time.
    Elvis, thanks for weighing in. Good suggestion about the Gardasil vaccine. However, I am less concerned about spreading HPV than I am about the unsightly warts on my dick!

  5. #1184
    Quote Originally Posted by Jake993  [View Original Post]
    I am not a doctor and by no means an expert so if anyone has any better information on this topic, please do chime in. HVP should not be taken too lightly. Especially in you enjoy having sex with younger women (who doesn't? I don't mean to be an alarmist, but HVP is becoming the most common STD out there. The risk of spreading a disease which could lead to cancer is a sobering thought.
    Jake, my attitude about STDs is this. Everyone freaks out about them, and I do not get the distinction between regular diseases and STDs when so many of the more serious conditions are transmittable diseases that are not classified as STDs: the flu, staph, strep, kidney and bladder infections from a woman's own body.

    HPV is another way of saying warts. That is it. It is a skin condition. Yes, a few strains of it can cause "cancer" which is another term I hate because cervical "cancer" is very slow growing and close to 100% curable. In fact, a lot of times when you mention cancer, people think instant death when in most cases, that is hardly the case. Pancreatic cancer and lung cancer are typically death sentences and cervical cancer is typically not.

    Everyone thinks condoms prevent all these diseases, and they don't. Meanwhile, the allergy from the latex in condoms can itself cause instant death.

    If you are concerned about HPV, the best think you can do is use good hygiene. I went out and got the Gardasil vaccine which probably was over kill but if you are concerned about spreading HPV, particularly the ones that do cause cancer, it is something you might want to look into.

    Most cases of HPV in both men and women are gotten rid of by the body's own immune system over time.

  6. #1183

    Tricky

    Quote Originally Posted by PleasureMaster  [View Original Post]
    Thanks to Houston player.

    Your answer is highly informative and an eye opener for mee as I had the same questions regarding herpes and HPV.

    But what about having a relationship in future say for instance in the next five to six years.
    Pleasure Master,

    You bring up a very tricky topic. My understanding is that while Herpes is very well understood, HPV has proven to be more complicated and more poorly understood. In women, the risk of cervical cancer is significant enough to warrant testing and vaccination at a young age. However, the risk in men seems to carry a less straightforward position. As a man, if you contract HPV, that's it. You have it. You carry the virus. And since there is no known cure for the virus, the question then becomes what is the risk that you can pass the virus to another partner? The no-brainer is certainly to engage in safe sex going forward by using a condom. But it's not that simple. If you should have unprotected sex (no condom), your partner (s) is definitely at risk in contracting the virus from you. As I think Houston Player player pointed out, HPV in men usually takes care of itself and goes away, I am sure he is referring to visible symptoms such as genital warts. In which case, you don't even need to have penetration to pass the disease. Skin to skin contact is enough to infect another partner if you have genital warts on your abdomen for example. And if you have genital warts near your anus, then a partner who engages in performing "rimming" on you is definitely at risk from contracting HVP.

    Again, this only my understanding of the issue. I am not a doctor and by no means an expert so if anyone has any better information on this topic, please do chime in. HVP should not be taken too lightly. Especially in you enjoy having sex with younger women (who doesn't? I don't mean to be an alarmist, but HVP is becoming the most common STD out there. The risk of spreading a disease which could lead to cancer is a sobering thought.

    Be safe out there.

  7. #1182

    Cunnilingus

    The official view is that the risks exist but are much lower than unprotected anal or vaginal sex. In fact the main risk appears to be more minor issues like chlamydia or thrush.

    I've been licking pussy all around the world for years with no issues. But only clean smelling pussy. I also mouthwash after.

    I also think it's only fair if you expect a girl or take you in her mouth or to rim you that you can lick her. I also find girls servo.

    Ice mich better when you make them come and you really can tell if it's a real orgasm when you are down there.

    AF.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aidu1988  [View Original Post]
    Do you allow me to ask.

    Do you lick the pussy of a ***** safe? Or is there a high rate of transmission of diseases?

  8. #1181
    Do you allow me to ask.

    Do you lick the pussy of a ***** safe? Or is there a high rate of transmission of diseases?

  9. #1180

    Do we have docs here

    Hi,

    I have seen a white color skin like substance getting accumulated on the penis esp near the exit of the penis.

    I have removed it but it gets hard and leads to slight blood coming from the skin below.

    I don't feel any itching, discharge or pain. Penis is working normal.

    There is a white shade patch also on the penis top which is there for few months now.

    Also my skin on penis is not normal but attached just below the penis.

    Also which doc is best to go. Urologist or Skin specilaist.

    I do protected sex with WG frequently.

    Any advise, experience would be helpful.

  10. #1179

    Eye opener

    Thanks to Houston player.

    Your answer is highly informative and an eye opener for mee as I had the same questions regarding herpes and HPV.

    But what about having a relationship in future say for instance in the next five to six years.

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonPlayer  [View Original Post]
    You can definitely acquire Herpes when the host has no visible symptoms. Herpes lays dormant in the spine but occasionally it can do what's known as scaling. During this time the infected person can be contagious without any symptoms. I wouldn't worry about either of these diseases unless you are in a relationship. They are both minor inconveniences and Herpes is easily controlled with medicine and HPV usually cures itself. The reason Herpes is so widespread is because so many people that have it are asymptomatic and never have an outbreak but because of scaling are sometimes contagious.

  11. #1178
    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonPlayer  [View Original Post]
    Sir, you are joking right? It's obvious that you had an STI and the medicine your doctor gave you cured it. That's why 4 days later when you did your tests everything was negative. Your doctor didn't really care which STI you had or else he would have tested you before giving you medicine, he tested 4 days later because he just wanted to be sure the medicine had cured you and no additional treatment was necessary.
    Sorry, I should be more clear. I took the tests BEFORE he gave me the medicine.

  12. #1177

    Yes

    Quote Originally Posted by PassionateFuck  [View Original Post]
    Can there be a risk of getting herpes and or HPV if I have sex with a high class WG who does not have any form of visible symptoms.

    If yes then how high are the risks.
    You can definitely acquire Herpes when the host has no visible symptoms. Herpes lays dormant in the spine but occasionally it can do what's known as scaling. During this time the infected person can be contagious without any symptoms. I wouldn't worry about either of these diseases unless you are in a relationship. They are both minor inconveniences and Herpes is easily controlled with medicine and HPV usually cures itself. The reason Herpes is so widespread is because so many people that have it are asymptomatic and never have an outbreak but because of scaling are sometimes contagious.

  13. #1176

    STI scare. Totally confused!

    Sir, you are joking right? It's obvious that you had an STI and the medicine your doctor gave you cured it. That's why 4 days later when you did your tests everything was negative. Your doctor didn't really care which STI you had or else he would have tested you before giving you medicine, he tested 4 days later because he just wanted to be sure the medicine had cured you and no additional treatment was necessary.

  14. #1175

    STI scare. Totally confused!

    Hey Guys,

    So I had a STI scare a few weeks ago and I'll try to explain as briefly as possible. So, I've been regularly seeing this hot Brazilian WG. She gives an amazing PSE with BBBJ, spitting, rimming, anal, kissing, etc. I must've seen her at least 10 X and she was great each time. Although, during the last few visits, I could tell she wasn't her usual self, meaning she wouldn't kiss deeply as she used to and also some of her other services like ball licking, rimming, etc was missing. I did feel something was off and was wondering wtf was going on.

    Anyway, a few days after my last visit with her, I noticed a weird feeling in my dick, sort of a stinging feeling. Upon closer inspection, I noticed a white type drainage from the tip of my penis. First time in my life ever that I've had that, and I've been punting all over the world for years and have had many BBBJ. I should mention that with this lady and with all ladies, I've always had protected sex but do like to engage in BBBJ, like I did with this Brazilian WG. So upon seeing the discharge, I figured I had a STI like Chlamydia and gonorrhea and rushed to a GP to get it checked. The GP looked at the discharge and said he thinks I have Gonorrhea and immediately prescribed me some antibiotic pills along with an injection and said it should clear in a day, which it did. He also made me undergo a full STI test (HIV, HEP, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, etc etc). So I had a blood test done, a swab test, and a [CodeWord109] test. While doing the swab test, I mistakenly didn't do it accurately as the container had some liquid in it to place the swab sample into, but in my panic, I managed to spill the liquid already in the container, otherwise, I took the swab as instructed. So along with the swab test (Which I may have messed up), I had a blood test plus [CodeWord109] test.

    4 days later I went back to the GP to get the results and ALL tests were NEGATIVE! I was shocked but also happy, but confused as fuck and still am. I asked the GP, WTF dude, what the hell was that white discharge if I don't have any STI. His answer was, "both you and I will never know what that was"! I must say I wasn't and still am not satisfied with that answer.

    I'm still wondering, what the hell did I catch, if anything and what the hell was that white discharge due to? Any insight from any of you seasoned punters? I've been really paranoid about BBBJ ever since and never saw that Brazilian girl again, even though I did mention to her what happened and she insists she's clean and never has had anything, but I really don't fucking know what happened and what to think.

    Could the test results be ALL negative if I had something? Can the blood test and [CodeWord109] test detect Chlamydia and Gonorrhea (the suspect here)? Let me know what you guys think.

    Cheers.

  15. #1174

    Herpes and HPV

    Can there be a risk of getting herpes and or HPV if I have sex with a high class WG who does not have any form of visible symptoms.

    If yes then how high are the risks.

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