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Author Topic: Chlamydia, the hidden sti!!!!!  (Read 2820 times)

Offline Mark321

So been thinking and just found out that it has no symptoms most of the time. They say 1 in 10 will have symptoms.
My questions is do you think it's easy to pass on as there are no symptoms. Think how many of us punters are out there having oral with out.
Can you catch it from licking a infected pussy? Would hate to catch something like that without symptoms

jcdmj12

So been thinking and just found out that it has no symptoms most of the time. They say 1 in 10 will have symptoms.
Correct. That's why you go the the GUM for a checkup every few months.   Went for my last one earlier this week.  Quick chat, pee in a pot, some blood taken, and got a text back the next day saying "all clear."
My questions is do you think it's easy to pass on as there are no symptoms. Think how many of us punters are out there having oral with out.
Yes, Chlamydia is easy to pass on, although via OWO gonorrhoea is more of a worry. Especially the drug-resistant type.
Can you catch it from licking a infected pussy? Would hate to catch something like that without symptoms
Only if you have a very, very long tongue. (long enough to lick around her cervix, in fact)
« Last Edit: May 03, 2014, 10:14:56 PM by jcdmj12 »

Offline Missfilan

Yes you can get oral chlamydia through unprotected oral as well as gonorrhoea, syphilis, HIV, herpes, HPV but the risk of transmission is much lower than penetration.

Offline Luke

How do you get yourself checked into a GUM clinic when you have no symptoms, I mean how do you justify going there for a check up?

Offline Missfilan

Only if you have a very, very long tongue. (long enough to lick around her cervix, in fact)

Sorry but having a short tongue will not prevent you from catching an STI. This is a myth, the only way to prevent infection is by using a dental dam. Bacteria will be present throughout the vagina and is not confined to the cervix.

Offline CatBBW

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How do you get yourself checked into a GUM clinic when you have no symptoms, I mean how do you justify going there for a check up?

You don't have to justify anything, they would prefer you to get checked up regularly rather than waiting until symptoms present - by which time you could have bonked (and spread the STI) your way through half of the neighbourhood.


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Offline Missfilan

You either call to make an appointment or walk in (depending on how the clinics run) and you ask for full screening. They are not there to judge you and you have no reason to tell them you visit escorts but do be honest about the risks you have been exposed to and they will test you.

Offline MDB72

There are so many of these threads about that they had me worried. If you have the nerve to punt then you certainly have the courage to get down the GUM clinic. I did exactly that - wonderful staff and they answered all my questions. Did all the tests and got my all clear text. When it comes to health issues they are personal to each person. The threads can give you an idea but speaking to a medical professional is the best route. If everyone on here got tested it would help reduce the risks.

jcdmj12

Sorry but having a short tongue will not prevent you from catching an STI. This is a myth, the only way to prevent infection is by using a dental dam. Bacteria will be present throughout the vagina and is not confined to the cervix.

I disagree.  Chlamydia in women mainly affects the area around the cervix, which is why I made a sarcastic comment about tongue length. 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3198230/  is a good primer on the specific areas of infection.

You can  get it orally, but not that likely for a bloke.

I didn't say anything about other STIs, because the OP asked specifically about Chlamydia. Gonorrhoea, Syphilis and Herpes are all far more readily transmitted via oral, although again for Gonorrhoea fellatio is a bigger deal.  Gonorrhoea is much scarier than Chlamydia imo because it's rapidly becoming resistant to cephalosporins,  the current first-line antibiotic.  It's entirely possible it could become untreatable within the next decade, which would do far more to curtail my punting activity than any Nordic-inspired bans.     :scare:







jcdmj12

How do you get yourself checked into a GUM clinic when you have no symptoms, I mean how do you justify going there for a check up?

Generally, unless you're a virgin or completely celibate (unlikely given that you're reading this board :), you don't need to justify.  Just make an appointment, go in, say I'd like a checkup, and they'll sort you out.

I must say, they do seem to be the most consistently efficient and helpful part of the NHS.   

EDIT - oh, and ask for a Hep B jab whilst you're there if you haven't had one. Hep B is very, very nasty (like cirrhosis and/or early death from liver cancer nasty), and quite easy to catch if you're not immunised.  Luckily a course of 3 jabs will protect you.

« Last Edit: May 03, 2014, 11:09:36 PM by jcdmj12 »


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Offline Missfilan

I disagree.  Chlamydia in women mainly affects the area around the cervix, which is why I made a sarcastic comment about tongue length. 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3198230/  is a good primer on the specific areas of infection.

You can  get it orally, but not that likely for a bloke.

I didn't say anything about other STIs, because the OP asked specifically about Chlamydia. Gonorrhoea, Syphilis and Herpes are all far more readily transmitted via oral, although again for Gonorrhoea fellatio is a bigger deal.  Gonorrhoea is much scarier than Chlamydia imo because it's rapidly becoming resistant to cephalosporins,  the current first-line antibiotic.  It's entirely possible it could become untreatable within the next decade, which would do far more to curtail my punting activity than any Nordic-inspired bans.     :scare:

Chlamydia does mainly affect the cervix and I never denied that. As you clearly have an in depth understanding of STIs then I am sure you are aware that the bacteria however will be present in the vaginal secretions and is passed on through contact with vaginal fluids. Yes the risks are low through oral on a woman but they are still present and this is what I was trying to get across to the op. I totally missed the sarcasm in your post though tbh and thought you actually believed what you had written and that's why I responded lol


Offline smiths

How do you get yourself checked into a GUM clinic when you have no symptoms, I mean how do you justify going there for a check up?

If smart as i see it a punter should get checked out quartely at a GUM. No need to justify it, the GUM WILL see you at any time you wish to go and test you. Either ring the GUM first or turn up when you know what days they are open. Its all very easy and most GUM staff fine in my experiences.


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Offline ciscoxxx69

How do you get yourself checked into a GUM clinic when you have no symptoms, I mean how do you justify going there for a check up?

Just go and do it.......you owe it to ALL of us if you are going to punt. :hi:
Make up a reason....
'I was a bit indiscreet at an office party and I am worried about it' or
'I have changed my lifestyle and seen a WG and am worried about it' (they will call them Sex-Worker lol)

Seriously the best NHS service you will get for anything. :thumbsup:
For what other range of illnesses you want checked, can you walk in off the street, no appointment, get seen immediately, have a blood test, urine test, mouth swab, visual check and get the results via a text message within two weeks????? And all anonymously if you want?
The staff are superb, completely non-judgemental, informative and helpful. Just brilliant....

Wish I could say the same about the NHS service I received for suspected pancreatitis.....took me 15 weeks to be seen!
Just sayin'  :hi:
« Last Edit: May 03, 2014, 11:48:24 PM by ciscoxxx69 »


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Offline Missfilan

Just go and do it.......you owe it to ALL of us if you are going to punt. :hi:

Seriously the best NHS service you will get for anything. :thumbsup:
For what other range of illnesses you want checked, can you walk in off the street, no appointment, get seen immediately, have a blood test, urine test, mouth swab, visual check and get the results via a text message within two weeks????? And all anonymously if you want?
The staff are superb, completely non-judgemental, informative and helpful. Just brilliant....

Wish I could say the same about the NHS service I received for suspected pancreatitis.....took me 15 weeks to be seen!
Just sayin'  :hi:

Yes it's a shame they don't roll out a similar service for everything else. Despite knowing that I am a sex worker (anonymous) I have been treated with far more respect at gum than I have by any of the doctors /departments who don't know what I do for a living but see me regularly for longstanding conditions.
« Last Edit: May 03, 2014, 11:53:41 PM by Missfilan »

jcdmj12

Just go and do it.......you owe it to ALL of us if you are going to punt. :hi:
Make up a reason....
'I was a bit indiscreet at an office party and I am worried about it' or
'I have changed my lifestyle and seen a WG and am worried about it' (they will call them Sex-Worker lol)

Seriously the best NHS service you will get for anything. :thumbsup:
For what other range of illnesses you want checked, can you walk in off the street, no appointment, get seen immediately, have a blood test, urine test, mouth swab, visual check and get the results via a text message within two weeks????? And all anonymously if you want?
The staff are superb, completely non-judgemental, informative and helpful. Just brilliant....

Wish I could say the same about the NHS service I received for suspected pancreatitis.....took me 15 weeks to be seen!
Just sayin'  :hi:

Where do you get mouth swabs? I've asked in 3 different GUMs and they've told me that given my sexual activities it wasn't warranted. I was even contemplating telling them I'd sucked some cock to get a swab.

Offline Missfilan

Where do you get mouth swabs? I've asked in 3 different GUMs and they've told me that given my sexual activities it wasn't warranted. I was even contemplating telling them I'd sucked some cock to get a swab.

Not all GUM clinics offer this to everyone as part of standard screening although there are quite a few that do from what I have heard. It is usually offered to sex workers and other high risk groups but again not always unless it is asked for which is silly if you are high risk. I would tell them pretty much anything if it meant that I got a higher level of screening so that may be the best way forward. Multiple partners both male and female and regular one night stands should make the swabs warranted.

Offline dilettante

Yes you can get oral chlamydia through unprotected oral as well as gonorrhoea, syphilis, HIV, herpes, HPV but the risk of transmission is much lower than penetration.
So far as I am aware though, the risk of HIV via oral is only theoretical as nobody has ever been isolated as having contracted it from oral alone.

Offline Missfilan

There has been a tiny amount of documented cases but studies have been limited and so the level of potential risk of transmission varies depending on the author. So yes at the present time the risk is theoretical and considered very low but that could change in time with further studies. I found this review interesting.

http://mobile.aidsmap.com/Oral-sex-risk-very-low-but-not-zero-concludes-systematic-review/page/1432786

I do perform OWO but never CIM and although I consider the risk to myself to be extremely low although it is not impossible and for that reason, I do take additional precautions to minimise it further. Eg I do not brush my teeth an hour before and use a condom if I get an ulcer or sore or there was any type of open wound on him.  I also do not allow oral on me if I have any shaving nicks or sores down there and would never allow it during my period and ewwww (yes people do ask).




Offline Missfilan

Would be interesting to look back in 20 years when they have more data

OW is mandatory for me, I already caught NSU before and it felt like pissing out battery acid. I don't want to go through that hell again. I don't take any chances punting plus I have a gf.

Offline Strawberry

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I know of a case where a WG caught Chlamydia orally.

I don't know what the transmission rates are for transmitting it back in that way.

Regular testing is recommended if you are having sex with different partners, or even the same one because you can never be sure what your partner is doing - and I'm sure the members here who's partners aren't aware of their activities are a great example of.

Offline Missfilan

Unfortunately where I am seems to have zero demand for ow. Before it started out, I naively thought that the majority of punters would insist on a condom. If I did not provide owo then I would get very few clients.

Offline smiths

Unfortunately where I am seems to have zero demand for ow. Before it started out, I naively thought that the majority of punters would insist on a condom. If I did not provide owo then I would get very few clients.

If thats what punters want then thats of course up to them. I get zero from OW, a wank is more fun so OWO is essential to me. As a WG its obviously your responsibility to offer the services you do, if that bothered on safety or other grounds you can always refuse to offer it. If you dont really want to offer it as your post here implies but do so as you think you wont get enough punters by offering OW only then thats up to you.

Offline Missfilan

If thats what punters want then thats of course up to them. I get zero from OW, a wank is more fun so OWO is essential to me. As a WG its obviously your responsibility to offer the services you do, if that bothered on safety or other grounds you can always refuse to offer it. If you dont really want to offer it as your post here implies but do so as you think you wont get enough punters by offering OW only then thats up to you.

From a safety aspect I would have chosen the ow route and stuck to it if there was any kind of market for it when I first started out. I am more than comfortable providing owo as I feel the risks involved are minimal but I have been very surprised that more clients do not seek ow. I have been doing this since sept and have only had one client request ow in all that time and when owo was off the menu for 6 weeks following tonsil surgery I found that I don't like the feel of ow and couldn't wait to get back to normal.

If there was suddenly a market for it then I might reconsider but would most likely stick with owo and I never thought I would hear myself say that.
« Last Edit: May 04, 2014, 02:23:37 PM by Missfilan »

Offline Dani

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Unfortunately where I am seems to have zero demand for ow. Before it started out, I naively thought that the majority of punters would insist on a condom. If I did not provide owo then I would get very few clients.

I have found it makes no difference at all to work if I offer OWO or OW.  I offered OW for a few months when my immune system was very low and not one person complained (you just have to suck a little harder).  However I prefer to offer OWO as for me it tastes and feels better and doesn't make me gag like it does with a condom (providing the client is clean obviously).

No one should offer a service just because they think they wont get work if they don't as they will.  There are plenty of girls who don't offer OWO and they still get plenty of work regardless of where they are in the country.


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