Rimming and E-coli

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    Aug 04, 2009 4:54 AM GMT

    What makes so sure that E-coli isn't there at all??

  • rnch

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    Aug 04, 2009 12:06 PM GMT
    one of the reasons i keep individual, pre-packaged "personal wipes" in the bedside night table, next to the condoms, lube and poppers. icon_cool.gif
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    Aug 05, 2009 10:56 AM GMT
    I don't think perosnal wipes will get rid of e coli.
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    Aug 05, 2009 3:30 PM GMT
    If a harmful strain of e coli is present, you will probably be licking it up along with bloody diarrhea.
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    Aug 05, 2009 8:11 PM GMT
    MunchingZombie saidIf a harmful strain of e coli is present, you will probably be licking it up along with bloody diarrhea.
    Mmm, chocolate with cherry syrup.

    Thanks for the horrible mental image MZ *sick face*
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    Aug 05, 2009 8:32 PM GMT
    There are myriad reasons MZ is one of my favorite guys here. This would be one of them.
  • zakariahzol

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    Aug 05, 2009 10:02 PM GMT
    You can also get Ecoli from drinking unfilter , unboild water. Especially if your source of water , have human settlement nearby. If I am gonna worreid about all the diseases in this world I may else well, stay home with sanitizer botttle on my hand. E Coli dont kill you like HIV Aids isnt it?

    I gonna go for it , because I enjoy giving and receiving it. I have rim for years and nothing happen to me. I guess my body have develop immunity against those germ. Of course it have to be , sparkling clean before I go down there, just like I make sure my are clean before I am lifting my leg for that wonderful mind fucking sensation.
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    Aug 05, 2009 10:32 PM GMT
    Er... guys. E. coli is part of the normal intestinal flora of ALL humans from birth. When you're born, your digestive system is colonized by E. coli often from your family members, doctors, etc. Parent to child. They establish a symbiotic (give and take, they are not parasites, nor are they hitchhikers) relationship with your immune system and they become your permanent companions forever and ever. They actually help your immune system in recognizing other harmful microorganisms earlier.

    And it's everywhere! You can't avoid them. If you're sucking his dick, you're probably already exchanging E. coli a long time ago. 60% of your shit is actually made up of your own friendly bacteria.

    It's different strains which causes you to become sick. Because what strains of bacteria you deem 'friendly' depend on which bacteria got to your intestines first when you were a baby. Part of the reason why tourists often get dysentery when locals can eat and drink the water just fine.

    Chances are if you and your boyfriend have lived in the same area for years, you'll happily switch E. coli without getting goo shit.
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    Aug 06, 2009 3:07 AM GMT
    Oh hunny, just get yo tongue all up in there and go to town on him and stop over thinking shit..



    MunchingZombie saidIf a harmful strain of e coli is present, you will probably be licking it up along with bloody diarrhea.


    Ah.. Munchies.. always so floral icon_smile.gif
  • rnch

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    Aug 06, 2009 1:11 PM GMT
    Koaa2 saidI don't think perosnal wipes will get rid of e coli.
    my bf and I enjoy personal wipe application as part of our foreplay. a thorough wipe down, then gently breathing on the wiped down area produces a cooling/chilling sensation.

    of course, my/his tongue makes the affected area warm, juicy and compliant after a few minutes of foreplay.... icon_cool.gif

    it's been over one year now and neither one of us have sufferd from any e coli diseases. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 06, 2009 2:24 PM GMT
    muchmorethanmuscle said

    Your initial answer sort of contradicts itself. There are many strains of e. coli. The one that causes harm is the serotype O157:H7 This strain can cause serious food poisoning in humans, and is occasionally responsible for costly product recalls when it comes to produce at super markets.

    Yes, there are friendly forms of e. coli. And these even help the body produce Vitamin K 2. E. coli is a generic term for bacteria. Some are good for the body, some are deadly.


    Of course. I said different strains, and here's the thing: different strains of E. coli often inhabit VERY different environments. Obviously normal human ones in our intestines are more often than not completely harmless to other humans.

    Even the strains which infect humans and normally inhabit humans manifest symptoms that are pretty clear to see.

    As teh Zombie said, if the guy you are rimming is NOT dripping bloody, gooey shit, he probably does not have harmful E. coli. LOL Although, yeah, you're probably lapping up a few of his intestinal E. coli. But you do that all the time in other places without even noticing it anyway.

    Serotype O157:H7 is not a human E. coli strain. It is usually found in cattle. So unless you are rimming a cow icon_lol.gif, it is highly unlikely you will get O157:H7 from another human. Most of the human pathogenic E. coli are acquired through animal vectors not human ones. It is why you get diarrhea from undercooked meat, unwashed vegetables, etc. more often. And not from kissing your healthy partner who just happened to finish brushing his teeth. E. coli (yes, the human intestinal variety) is also most commonly found in toothbrushes. And AFAIK they haven't killed anyone yet.
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    Aug 06, 2009 3:22 PM GMT
    okay, so if someone has been sickened by e-coli, isn't it logical to think they may not feel well enough to engage in sex in the first place? that being said, hygiene practices are paramount in thwarting the spread of bacterial illnesses, yes?
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    Aug 06, 2009 8:22 PM GMT
    GwgTrunks said
    MunchingZombie saidIf a harmful strain of e coli is present, you will probably be licking it up along with bloody diarrhea.
    Mmm, chocolate with cherry syrup.

    Thanks for the horrible mental image MZ *sick face*


    OMG, yes you made me shake.