Oral and protection?

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    Oct 02, 2010 3:46 AM GMT
    So this was brought up in a chat I was involved in...

    some background on me:
    I haven't been with guys for that long, 2 months max , but I have been with a lot of them (That makes me sound really bad). I'm no longer doing this and I plan to get tested this week just to make sure.

    I haven't done Anal or anything like that, just oral, and yet I was told I should use precaution...

    What kind of precaution can you take besides having the guy show you the results of a reason hiv/std test ? ... besides being around less.

    I'm not giving a BJ with a condom on the guy... that's just weird.
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    Oct 02, 2010 5:42 AM GMT
    Dental Dam (Who really uses those?)

    Anyways, a visual check for herpes outbreak or syphilis is a pretty accurate detector. However syphilis needs to be in a middle to late stage before outbreak occurs. It sometimes (most of the time) doesn't occur near the genitals. It is viral and develops along some nerve ending pathway on the body. Just know the visual difference between a viral infection and a bacterial.

    Chlamydia and gonorrhea can be spread no matter what. Symptoms don't usual occur until about two weeks after transmission and of course could take longer. However, if a guy is having symptoms of one of these you'll notice before you wrap your lips around that nasty.

    Scabies, quite easy to tell. Of course, warts....hmmm if your face is going to be down there take a look around. It's always a good idea.

    Don't be scared just be aware of symptoms. I.E.) If someone has conjunctivitis (pink eye) it's probably a good possibility it's from chlamydia/gonorrhea. Just sayin'

    There are really so many more out there, but don't be scared. Just educate yourself on it. If you are going to put yourself out there, do it wisely.
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    Oct 02, 2010 6:27 AM GMT
    hauptstimme saidDental Dam (Who really uses those?)

    Anyways, a visual check for herpes outbreak or syphilis is a pretty accurate detector. However syphilis needs to be in a middle to late stage before outbreak occurs. It sometimes (most of the time) doesn't occur near the genitals. It is viral and develops along some nerve ending pathway on the body. Just know the visual difference between a viral infection and a bacterial.

    Chlamydia and gonorrhea can be spread no matter what. Symptoms don't usual occur until about two weeks after transmission and of course could take longer. However, if a guy is having symptoms of one of these you'll notice before you wrap your lips around that nasty.

    Scabies, quite easy to tell. Of course, warts....hmmm if your face is going to be down there take a look around. It's always a good idea.

    Don't be scared just be aware of symptoms. I.E.) If someone has conjunctivitis (pink eye) it's probably a good possibility it's from chlamydia/gonorrhea. Just sayin'

    There are really so many more out there, but don't be scared. Just educate yourself on it. If you are going to put yourself out there, do it wisely.


    Ha that is a flood of info. I always have thought people whom shine with smartness or academics are intelligent and hot;) so are you;)