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  1. #2357
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    Yes, good point. Most likely only senior members can edit their posts. I didn't think of that.

    You can log back on again but then you won't be able to edit your old posts anymore.
    Well the point is that a Moderated poster does not even see the post after posting it, so cannot select it for editing.

  2. #2356
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    Well you can log back on again. Moderated Posters probably cannot edit their posts, I guess, unless there is a trick technique.
    Yes, good point. Most likely only senior members can edit their posts. I didn't think of that.

    You can log back on again but then you won't be able to edit your old posts anymore.

  3. #2355
    Quote Originally Posted by DextroSol  [View Original Post]
    One thing that I have been thinking about lately is this: You stick your cock into a womans mouth and let her suck it without protection, you lick the womans pussy without protection. So why is it so important to use a condom when I fuck her pussy? For me it seems like the condom only is to protect from pregnancy. Or is it in any way less likely to catch some disease if you only do oral sex?
    You can catch HIV from vaginal sex, but not oral sex, that is the main difference. You can still catch pharyngeal gonorrhoea from BBBJ.

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  5. #2353
    Quote Originally Posted by Mogwai  [View Original Post]
    It's the auto-correction of this forum that's to blame for this. You can correct the auto-correction by clicking on 'Edit Post' after you have uploaded your post. But once you've logged out you cannot do this anymore.
    Well you can log back on again. Moderated Posters probably cannot edit their posts, I guess, unless there is a trick technique.

    I find that spellings get changed as I type as well. E. g. "Mamasan" is automatically changed to "Mamas an".

    One thing I do to defeat Auto Corrector. Before hitting the Post button, highlight entire post and copy it to the clip board. After posting, edit the post and paste the entire saved clipboard text back over, replacing the entire post.

    This corrects the autocorrector (auto-masher) and also allows Thai Script to work better (provided it has spaces around it).

    It does not overcome use of banned words like "p iss".

  6. #2352
    Quote Originally Posted by DextroSol  [View Original Post]
    One thing that I have been thinking about lately is this: You stick your cock into a womans mouth and let her suck it without protection, you lick the womans pussy without protection. So why is it so important to use a condom when I fuck her pussy? For me it seems like the condom only is to protect from pregnancy. Or is it in any way less likely to catch some disease if you only do oral sex?
    You are far more likely to get a STI from vaginal intercourse than you are oral, giving or receiving.

  7. #2351
    One thing that I have been thinking about lately is this: You stick your cock into a womans mouth and let her suck it without protection, you lick the womans pussy without protection. So why is it so important to use a condom when I fuck her pussy? For me it seems like the condom only is to protect from pregnancy. Or is it in any way less likely to catch some disease if you only do oral sex?

  8. #2350

    No vaccine for C.

    There is none for hepatitis C.

    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    I did a Google search for the Hepatitis C vaccine you mentioned and the only credible source info I found is there is still no vaccine for it. I got the vaccine series for Hep A + B and a booster years ago and recently for HPV. But I have not read elsewhere that there is a new vaccine for Hep C. Do you have a link for a report on that?

  9. #2349

    Hepatitis treatment.

    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    I did a Google search for the Hepatitis C vaccine you mentioned and the only credible source info I found is there is still no vaccine for it. I got the vaccine series for Hep A + B and a booster years ago and recently for HPV. But I have not read elsewhere that there is a new vaccine for Hep C. Do you have a link for a report on that?
    The name of the drug is Solvaldi and it is manufactured by Gilead a US drug company and approved by the FDA. Actually, it is not a vaccine but an 84 pill (minimum) course of treatment. The treatment is $100,000 in the US but you can get the pills in India for $1000 US.

  10. #2348
    Quote Originally Posted by Soroche  [View Original Post]
    Hepatitis A be and see should be included as a significant percentage of the Thai population has one of these and I believe its fairly easy to acquire as the virus is tough and hard to kill and can be transmitted through sex or even a pedicure with unsterilized instruments. A and be can be prevented with a course of 3 injections over 6 months and see now has a new vaccine that is about 95% effective. I'm not sure why the second and third letters of the alphabet automatically change to be and see. Anyone know how to fix that?
    I did a Google search for the Hepatitis C vaccine you mentioned and the only credible source info I found is there is still no vaccine for it. I got the vaccine series for Hep A + B and a booster years ago and recently for HPV. But I have not read elsewhere that there is a new vaccine for Hep C. Do you have a link for a report on that?

  11. #2347
    Quote Originally Posted by Soroche  [View Original Post]
    I'm not sure why the second and third letters of the alphabet automatically change to be and see. Anyone know how to fix that?
    It's the auto-correction of this forum that's to blame for this. You can correct the auto-correction by clicking on 'Edit Post' after you have uploaded your post. But once you've logged out you cannot do this anymore.

  12. #2346
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    I have looked into this for HIV tests. The Red Cross gives you your test result within one hour. It is not guaranteed certain test. It merely reports that negative means there is a high probability you have not had HIV for long enough for the Virus to become so amplified as to test positive. It is still possible you have contracted HIV in the last few weeks, but unlikely to be missed if you had it for significant time, e. G. Over 3 months.

    The Red Cross then perform a subsequent backup Virus Amplification test. This takes several days to get a result. However the result is significantly more reliable in that any HIV contracted more than two weeks prior is almost certain to be detected. If you test positive to the backup more certain test, they will contact you, in order to do another independent verification test. If no contact occurs, then you are clean.

    So your certificate from the initial test does not mean so much, in reality. You have to wait for several days of no contact from them, e. G by email, to really have the all clear signal. So when you show the girl your paper printed test result, it really means you did not have HIV for over 3 months, and unlikely over a month..
    Hepatitis A be and see should be included as a significant percentage of the Thai population has one of these and I believe its fairly easy to acquire as the virus is tough and hard to kill and can be transmitted through sex or even a pedicure with unsterilized instruments. A and be can be prevented with a course of 3 injections over 6 months and see now has a new vaccine that is about 95% effective. I'm not sure why the second and third letters of the alphabet automatically change to be and see. Anyone know how to fix that?

  13. #2345
    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]
    There are places where you can get tested for HIV plus Syphilis and get the results within 1 h. Red Cross clinic in Bangkok is one of them, I'm sure some exist in Pattaya too (which ones you can trust is something to consider). A few years ago, HIV tests used to only show results 3 months after exposure (in other words, you could still be HIV+ and get a negative result if you recently acquired it). Not sure how long the window is with the newer tests.
    I have looked into this for HIV tests. The Red Cross gives you your test result within one hour. It is not guaranteed certain test. It merely reports that negative means there is a high probability you have not had HIV for long enough for the Virus to become so amplified as to test positive. It is still possible you have contracted HIV in the last few weeks, but unlikely to be missed if you had it for significant time, e. G. Over 3 months.

    The Red Cross then perform a subsequent backup Virus Amplification test. This takes several days to get a result. However the result is significantly more reliable in that any HIV contracted more than two weeks prior is almost certain to be detected. If you test positive to the backup more certain test, they will contact you, in order to do another independent verification test. If no contact occurs, then you are clean.

    So your certificate from the initial test does not mean so much, in reality. You have to wait for several days of no contact from them, e. G by email, to really have the all clear signal. So when you show the girl your paper printed test result, it really means you did not have HIV for over 3 months, and unlikely over a month.

    The amplification test would be expensive in some clinics. Red Cross are able to do it much cheaper using a sneaky scientific technique. They can take everyone's blood samples from a specific time period or number of testees, each person's samples split into two. Let's call then the A and the be sample. Then perhaps they mix the A samples for say 100 people together and run the virus amplification procedure. If the A sample 100 batch tests positive to HIV, then they have to retest all 100 be samples on an individual basis. If the A sample 100 batch test is negative, then testing the 100 be samples can be avoided as the entire batch of 100 persons get the all clear. I don't actually know the optimal size of each batch and how many persons are in it.

    Nothing gives you an absolutely clean bill of health unless you abstained for 2 weeks prior to your test. Then as soon as you fuck again you are not longer 100% clean.

    So in the end, the practical reality of testing is merely to greatly reduce the probability of having caught HIV.

    Statistical number do not have significant cases of HIV proven to have arisen through oral sex (and always harder for man to catch it anyway relative to a woman). So I therefore don't consider BBBJ or DATY to be a significant risk to a male (for HIV). Just doesn't happen. Other diseases are much easier to contract.

    I am therefor far more concerned about new diseases coming along like the Mycoplasma Genitalium, and the very easy to catch traditional STDs like Chlamydia (as example). I once had non-specific Urethritus (causing painful peeing) and my only BB partner at the time had nothing. In fact I think I had no other sex partners for a significant time then. So I never knew exactly what sort of bacterial infection it was or how I got it. I was probably better off to say nothing to her till I got the test results which did not identify a known definite STD.

    Next Red Cross visit I can test for HIV, and Mycoplasma, and do long term IgG test for ever having contracted Herpes HSV-2 (long ago) or not. I don't really know if ever had it. Certainly no specific symptoms.

    Maybe I had a common cold sore HSV-1, maybe not. No clear symptom experienced, but 80% of mongers should have had a cold sore contracted at some point, even if not aware of it being that for certain.

  14. #2344

    Re safe sex

    Look into preexposure prophylaxis for std, in google. , truva#the for hiv. Doxycycline for syphilis, chlamydia, and most gonorrhea.

  15. #2343
    Quote Originally Posted by BionicMan  [View Original Post]
    I don't see this as a way to have safe sex, honestly.
    It is strange he added the word "safe" to his question, since no one knows what he means by the term. Maybe he can avoid a major risk of dying but cannot be totally free of all risks. I tend to ignore his "safe" word. The important point really is his wish to fuck both girls bareback.

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