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Author Topic: Condoms, Bareback, OWO and STD Risks  (Read 11520 times)

Offline jawill

STD risk thesedays what with antibiotic resistance becoming an issue is always on my mind.  I've had a few condoms break over the years, never caught anything, but the worry you go through while shitting for window periods to pass is something else. I caught something two years ago from owo..... I had discharge, pain etc, turns out it was ghon. Which was cured after a painful shot in the arse and two huge pills. Thank god as it was actually very painful.

Since then I don't do owo. Add to this the risk and easy transmission of things like herpes (no cure) which can be spread even if the girl doesn't have a coldsore on her lips at the time, then owo for me is now too high a risk.   

What has shocked me through the years however is the scale of knowledge out there of stds by the girls themselves. Some are on the ball and get tested every month, some havent a clue whatsoever. I find it concerning as if I was a girl having that much sex, I would be very aware of the risks and transmission methods.

Offline smiths

STD risk thesedays what with antibiotic resistance becoming an issue is always on my mind.  I've had a few condoms break over the years, never caught anything, but the worry you go through while shitting for window periods to pass is something else. I caught something two years ago from owo..... I had discharge, pain etc, turns out it was ghon. Which was cured after a painful shot in the arse and two huge pills. Thank god as it was actually very painful.

Since then I don't do owo. Add to this the risk and easy transmission of things like herpes (no cure) which can be spread even if the girl doesn't have a coldsore on her lips at the time, then owo for me is now too high a risk.   

What has shocked me through the years however is the scale of knowledge out there of stds by the girls themselves. Some are on the ball and get tested every month, some havent a clue whatsoever. I find it concerning as if I was a girl having that much sex, I would be very aware of the risks and transmission methods.

Unless you go with them to the GUM how do you know as fact they actually do get tested every month?

Offline Knick

I had 2 condom breaks too and it scared the fuck out of me. But since learning more about the risks and getting tested every 6 months I feel I'm doing what I can. The alternative is to stop punting. It will be years before that happens...

And the main reason is ill fitting condoms, too small or too big will cause splitting.  Its amazing how many don't know how to put on the right size especially when any GUM clinic will show you samples of what size fits what and the maximum and minimum size cock for each size condom
I blame school sex ed. I remember they taught us condoms were one size fits all and that anyone telling you different was talking rubbish.
Was years before I found out that's not the case and started getting ones that fitted better, but then I wasn't having very much sex in school anyway...

It’s viruses that access DNA, Antibiotics have no effects on viruses. Where did this Mexican Doctor buy his qualifications?

From doctor nic?

Curious6705

There is so much misinformation on this thread it's astounding  :scare:

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TL:DR

As others have said, if you punt, get yourself tested at your local GUM clinic on a regular basis. It's free, and in my experience, the people there are really nice.

Without wishing to gratuitously offend "expert posters" writing essays, anything you read on t'Internet is likely to be unreliable by comparison, and is quite possibly misleading bollocks. IMO.

Offline dj3k

I recently went to the gum clinic for my regular check up, they said sex with a condom is quite low risk with a WG.  They advised that OWO is more risky for the other infections but are curable.
They advised if a condom breaks get PEP treatment within 3 days to fend off potential HIV.  But again the risk is only IF they are HIV+ and if you received the infection. You don't always get infections with unprotected sex but the risk is there so always use condoms!


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