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Author Topic: Does anyone know anything about genital warts?  (Read 2591 times)

Offline Geetaw1

It looks as though I have them. Due to go to clinic later today. Thing is, I am looking forward to a bukkake on Sunday and don't want to miss it. If I start treatment today, will they be gone by then?  :diablo: :diablo: :diablo: :dash: :dash: :scare:

The info on the net is ambiguous at best and contradictory at worst.

Offline NIK

It looks as though I have them. Due to go to clinic later today. Thing is, I am looking forward to a bukkake on Sunday and don't want to miss it. If I start treatment today, will they be gone by then?  :diablo: :diablo: :diablo: :dash: :dash: :scare:

The info on the net is ambiguous at best and contradictory at worst.

Yes.
For a start there are more than one type, and unfortunately if you get a particular type, although I don't think they are dangerous, they will be with you for the rest of your life, re-appearing at any time.
They are something to do with the cold sore virus.

When I went to the clinic with them I proudly announced that I had never had a cold sore in my life.
You can imagine my disappointment when the doctor replied that would actually make me more susceptible to infection.  :cry:

Offline James999

I think this is one for Fantastico, drop her a PM

Offline Jimmyredcab

It might be an idea for you gentlemen who enjoy bareback to go to Google (images) and type in genital warts.

Offline Fannytastico

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I think this is one for Fantastico, drop her a PM
Why cos I go to the GUM for regular check ups?  All wgs and punters are advised to.

I have never seen genital warts, but from the looks on the internet it's not something you want to go spreading around.

Let us know what the Clinic say, but it looks (on the web) as though you are likely to still be infected by Sunday.

Offline foresight

Yes.
For a start there are more than one type, and unfortunately if you get a particular type, although I don't think they are dangerous, they will be with you for the rest of your life, re-appearing at any time.
They are something to do with the cold sore virus.

When I went to the clinic with them I proudly announced that I had never had a cold sore in my life.
You can imagine my disappointment when the doctor replied that would actually make me more susceptible to infection.  :cry:

I think you are confusing genital warts with herpes

Offline Strawberry

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Genital Warts are not herpes and are not related to cold sores in any way. Even after treatment for them you may spread Genital warts to other people.

Offline NIK

I think you are confusing genital warts with herpes

Apologies I am.
But could someone explain the difference?

Offline Daffodil

Apologies I am.
But could someone explain the difference?

Herpes and genital warts are similar in that they are both viral infections and are both essentially non-curable (although they can be treated symtomatically i.e. removing the wart).
They differ in that herpes is caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV) and genital warts by the human papilloma virus (HPV). There are many subtypes of both virus and of course a form of HPV is responsible for causing cervical and anal cancer. Their clinical presentation also differs with HSV resulting in a coldsore like lesion in the genitals and HPV, as would be expected, in warts.
It is worth noting that HPV is transmittable even if their are no clinical symptoms and after treatment.
In response to Geetaw's original post I think the answer is 'how long is a piece of string?' Fingers crossed for you they respond nicely to treatment (which is essentially the same as for warts on other parts of the body). The weekend is probably a bit soon though.

Offline Geetaw1

Why cos I go to the GUM for regular check ups?  All wgs and punters are advised to.

I have never seen genital warts, but from the looks on the internet it's not something you want to go spreading around.

Let us know what the Clinic say, but it looks (on the web) as though you are likely to still be infected by Sunday.

Alas, you are right. They froze them (but still here, I thought they would have gone by now!!) but condoms for any sexual activity for 3 month AFTER they fall off.

I am gutted - the event is FREE and the woman is a looker who I 'partied' with years ago and she is as filthy as fuck. ARGHHHH  :dash: :dash: :dash:

BUT - one thing that I am pleased about is that the forms of HPV that cause visible infection do NOT cause cervical cancer. I wouldn't like to think that any bareback fuck I have in (civvy) life is a possible bloody death sentence. 

Gutted!


Offline Fannytastico

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....but condoms for any sexual activity for 3 month AFTER they fall off.
That will include oral too! If I were you, I'd just lock myself away in a chastity device for at least 3 months.  You don't want to be infecting any regulars, wgs or their punters.  :(

Geetaw,

Any chance of "ahem" taking your place at the weekend's festivities  :rolleyes:

Offline James999

Which girl do you think you caught it off?

Offline Geetaw1

That will include oral too! If I were you, I'd just lock myself away in a chastity device for at least 3 months.  You don't want to be infecting any regulars, wgs or their punters.  :(

No, I know. Wouldn't do that.   :cry:

Offline Geetaw1

Which girl do you think you caught it off?

The chances are it was a civvy as it is not transmissable by oral sex and can manifest at any time after exposure.

Offline Geetaw1

Geetaw,

Any chance of "ahem" taking your place at the weekend's festivities  :rolleyes:

I might put it on Ebay. Or you could bid here.  :dance:
















Or, look up Lucybarker/lucysparties on AW. West Mids based.

Offline James999

it is not transmissable by oral sex

This article says it can....

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is spread:
by people who are infected but who have no symptoms and unknowingly transmit HPV to others
by touching the genitals of someone during vaginal, anal and oral sex with an infected partner
to a baby during childbirth if the mother has the virus

http://www.herpes-coldsores.com/std/genital_warts.htm#Transmission


Offline Geetaw1

This article says it can....

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is spread:
by people who are infected but who have no symptoms and unknowingly transmit HPV to others
by touching the genitals of someone during vaginal, anal and oral sex with an infected partner
to a baby during childbirth if the mother has the virus

http://www.herpes-coldsores.com/std/genital_warts.htm#Transmission

Fucking Hell. Thanks for that, mate. The leaflet the clinic gave me said genital to genital contact or genital to anus contact.

It seems that no fucker really knows. I am not an idiot and hope I can cope with basic info. But  I looked up on this today I saw HPV/herpes used interchangeably (I must admit, I always thought they were the same too), that condoms do/may not protect against it...And these were on various bloody NHS-related sites and PubMed.
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Offline enzio

And it makes not very much difference if you wear a condom or not (although you have less risk of catching/ passing them with a condom).  At the end of the day they are passed by skin to skin contact.  They say that by your third sexual contact (and a sexual contact can be as little as a hand job) you will have caught the virus.  Apparently 80% of the population have some form of the HPV virus hence the reason you are never checked for the HPV virus when you go to the GUM (it would be pointless).  Just because it has not become symptomatic does not mean you do not have the virus.  It may never become symptomatic; still does not mean you do not have the virus (same as herpes).  To be honest, the girls at the party you want to go to are probably going to have some form of the virus anyway.

Offline James999

Perhaps girls should have their Gum certificates on display to reassure clients, after all they say they get regular checks so you would think they would be happy to display the "all clear" Loads of places have those crappy massage certificates up.

Offline enzio

Perhaps girls should have their Gum certificates on display to reassure clients, after all they say they get regular checks so you would think they would be happy to display the "all clear" Loads of places have those crappy massage certificates up.

I doubt very much that the GUM certificate would check for HPV.

Offline James999

Yeah but if they have certs you'd think they would be proud of them anyway, I mena why display a worthless aromatheraphy cert but not a fresh Gum cert.


Offline Lady Poppy

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When you say certificates, are you imaging a high grade glossy piece of A5 card with yellow stars around the rim?  The truth is these days the information is sent via text unless there is a problem and then they will text you to go in to the GUM clinic.  The last time I went in I asked them to email it to me, so I had a hard copy, but I'm told that it is not the norm and they may not do it next time, I was just lucky.

Offline Fannytastico

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........the information is sent via text .....
I'm sent the info via text but they generally ask if I need a certificate (presumably for the parlours).  I don't see the point, as the certificate was for a snapshot in time.  If you've have any clients since then it is already out of date.

Offline ladyteeny

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i was messing about on youtube last night, and started a search "GEN...." (it was gonna be "genuine") but the automatic suggestion gave me 'genital warts treatment', and it made me think of this thread, so i had a look around at the clips on there and this one seemed like it might be worth checking up.  good luck.  :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh1HixH3B7E


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