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  1. #1692
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    I had that but it only started causing symptoms months or even years after I must have caught it (in Benin). I could have died, the abscess was 5 cm across. They had to drain it by putting a tube through my belly under ultrasound but without anaesthetics (so that they could tell if the tube punctured the wrong organ like the lungs!) Worst time in my whole life. The hospital in Germany said they only had two cases per year of amaebic abscess. The alternative to an amaebic abcess given my symtoms was fox tapeworm, which is deadly, so in a sense I was glad it was only amoebas.

    From then on whenever I visit Africa I take a course of Metronidazole (Flagyl etc.) upon my return. As I understand you can catch ameobas by licking a girl's ass.

    Africa is the continent of dangerous parasites. I also buy Zentel (Albendazole) which takes care of some other possible parasites. I haven't been able to find out if Bilharziose (Schistosomiasis) is something you can get through DATY. Humans contaminate water with their u*r*i*n*e so it would be logical for it to be transmissible through sex but that may not be the case (hopefully).
    In my case they did do the operation inserting the needle in the MRI tube, highly advanced. Doubt on Reunion you can get that specialized treatment. The initial volume was more then 500 ML, unable for antibiotics to clear. But YES, its rare. I am not sure if any medication can be used as prevention.

    On the vegetables: the bacteria are inside contaminated by s. H. I. T. , not on the surface. If not properly cooked above 60 degr, you can catch them.

    On pics: my SD-card got apparently mechanically damaged. Looking for professional help to get back excellent memories of lovely girls. More hard to say Au revoir to one then to get them in the sack.

  2. #1691
    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    From then on whenever I visit Africa I take a course of Metronidazole (Flagyl etc.) upon my return. Africa is the continent of dangerous parasites. I also buy Zentel (Albendazole) which takes care of some other possible parasites.
    After a bad health experience, you'll think differently. Last month, September -- Morondava, walking on the beach we quickly noticed that the entire beach was being used as a human toilet. The stench, and sh*t visible everywhere, above the waterline all the way to the street. A toilet. We got the hell off there and didn't go back. Meanwhile, people swimming. A shame as many beach bungalow set-ups. Otherwise, nothing to do. There's a disco -- Bao Bar -- gets going after midnight. Its about 10 minutes from center of town by poussepousse down a potholed dirt road.

  3. #1690
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    I had to cut short my 4 week-stay due to a serious disease: amoebic liver abscess.
    I had that but it only started causing symptoms months or even years after I must have caught it (in Benin). I could have died, the abscess was 5 cm across. They had to drain it by putting a tube through my belly under ultrasound but without anaesthetics (so that they could tell if the tube punctured the wrong organ like the lungs!) Worst time in my whole life. The hospital in Germany said they only had two cases per year of amaebic abscess. The alternative to an amaebic abcess given my symtoms was fox tapeworm, which is deadly, so in a sense I was glad it was only amoebas.

    From then on whenever I visit Africa I take a course of Metronidazole (Flagyl etc.) upon my return. As I understand you can catch ameobas by licking a girl's ass.

    Africa is the continent of dangerous parasites. I also buy Zentel (Albendazole) which takes care of some other possible parasites. I haven't been able to find out if Bilharziose (Schistosomiasis) is something you can get through DATY. Humans contaminate water with their u*r*i*n*e so it would be logical for it to be transmissible through sex but that may not be the case (hopefully).

  4. #1689
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    I had to cut short my 4 week-stay due to a serious disease: amoebic liver abscess. In my case I got high ever and shivering, tried to find a doc or clinic anywhere. But no adequate hospital wanted to treat me. Back home I got admitted to a special tropical hospital. They saved my life by sucking off 600 ML bacteria from my liver in a technical challenging operation in the MRI.
    Of all places -- Sambava, where there's nothing and sometimes hard to get a flight out. Another option (that I did) when needing proper medical care and fast -- Reunion, where it is French standard and insurance. Hope this didn't keep you from going back to Mada again.

  5. #1688
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    The 2 weeks I was there (Toamasina, Antalah, Sambava) were absolutely wonderful with different filles every day and night. Never went to a pub / disco. But with the bacteria I did catch, I almost payed for the fun with my life.
    Thanks for the alert so I will issue the best medical insurance prior to my next trip including flight coverage.

    Never heard about this disease. What if you wash the vegetable / fruits?

    As posted originally by JP and others the vanila coast was a monger dream. However Sambava has nothing to offer about girls unless you look hard. Anthala has girls that are ready to jump to any bed although the numbers and quality is nothing special this days.

    If you have some examples please share. Im glad you got out of it safely.

  6. #1687

    Health Alert

    I had to cut short my 4 week-stay due to a serious disease: amoebic liver abscess.

    You can catch this bacteria among others through vegetables which were contaminated by human "leftovers". I my case I got high ever and shivering, tried to find a doc or clinic anywhere. But no adequate hospital wanted to treat me. I was lucky to get a flight back to Europe on Air Seychelles (Air France in Tana was very blunt in my request to change my ticket but wanted to sell a one way for 1100. -EU. F# at k them! Back home I got admitted to a special tropical hospital. They saved my life by sucking off 600 ML bacteria from my liver in a technical challenging operation in the MRI.

    The 2 weeks I was there (Toamasina, Antalah, Sambava) were absolutely wonderful with different filles every day and night. Never went to a pub / disco. But with the bacteria I did catch, I almost payed for the fun with my life.

  7. #1686
    Quote Originally Posted by Maciek13  [View Original Post]
    Do any of colleagues has some experience with girls from Ifaty (West Coast). I'm going there to spend a few days this month and did not find much information about this place in this forum. Mac.
    Just come back from Mada and ifaty where I stayed 2 days.

    You can find nice girls on the beach. They proposed you a massage.

    At night there is the discotheque Sebastien but before to come there many people in the bar on the left.

  8. #1685

    Ifaty

    Quote Originally Posted by JoePerez  [View Original Post]
    Have been there 3 months ago. Never seen the situation so depressed.

    Most of the hotel closed, empty or nearly empty. Discotheque near the main road nearly the same (when they finish gasoline they use to make electric, the game is over). However, like everywhere in Madagascar you can still find something to do.

    Find something to do. My suggest is to go 2-3 days and then go back to Tulear.
    Thank you for the info. For about one month I will write a report.

  9. #1684
    Quote Originally Posted by Maciek13  [View Original Post]
    Do any of colleagues has some experience with girls from Ifaty (West Coast). I'm going there to spend a few days this month and did not find much information about this place in this forum. Mac.
    Have been there 3 months ago. Never seen the situation so depressed.

    Most of the hotel closed, empty or nearly empty. Discotheque near the main road nearly the same (when they finish gasoline they use to make electric, the game is over). However, like everywhere in Madagascar you can still find something to do.

    Find something to do. My suggest is to go 2-3 days and then go back to Tulear.

  10. #1683
    Quote Originally Posted by RangeLove  [View Original Post]
    Some pics from Nosy Be. Nosy Iranja actually.

    My girlfriend over there. Very sweet and very GFE.
    Elle est tres Jolie! (if you ever fancy a swap over for one night.).

    Meanwhile this is a pic of my current femme de la menage (housekeeper + benefits) She has to leave soon to start her third year studying Business Management at Uni in Antanariva.

    In bed this morning she leaned toward me and suddenly said:

    "my love, when you leave will you take the TV, fans and mattresses with you?

    "no, they only allow one suitcase on the airplane".

    "Oh".
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Nosybe Oct 051.jpg‎  

  11. #1682
    I stayed in Ambataloaka.

    The monger scene is very small compared with Thailand for example.

    Only 1 main bar, called Taxi beé and one bar next door called LE billiard.

    And a bit further one disco called Jembé.

  12. #1681
    Some pics from Nosy Be. Nosy Iranja actually.

    My girlfriend over there. Very sweet and very GFE.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails image.jpg‎  

  13. #1680
    Quote Originally Posted by StudPlayer  [View Original Post]
    Yachtie,

    What are you going to do with your boat while you are gone?
    I have sent you a PM.

  14. #1679
    Quote Originally Posted by Maciek13  [View Original Post]
    Do any of colleagues has some experience with girls from Ifaty (West Coast). I'm going there to spend a few days this month and did not find much information about this place in this forum. Mac.
    There are. Use the search function, don't expect as user with 1 question to get everything served on a silver tablet.

    Once you contributed valuable info's, the old hands will be more ready to exchange.

  15. #1678
    Yachtie,

    What are you going to do with your boat while you are gone?

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