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Safe ***/HIV positive discussion


Submitted by t3ddy Location: All India (All India, India)

Like to share any safe *** tips ?

wanna discuss about your recent unsafe encounter??

Any thing related to HIV /STDs

Are you positive already wanna share any good or bad experience .. Stigmas people have.?

Can you have *** with a poz person?

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tonedbloke
Posted On Feb 20, 2019 - 07:49 AM

Please do not assume that if the person looks decent he is unlikely to be positive. Thats not true. I had an encounter with such a man. He was 100% sure to be safe. Luckily I do not indulge in *** *** but I did have 2 sessions of oral *** with him and had swallowed. After a month he called me up and asked me to get myself checked as he was unwell and had his blood tests done and was positive. I got myself tested immediately and after 2 months and was negative.Luckily for me.
If you are intending to have unprotected *** with strangers, please get started on PreP -thats a pre exposure Prohylaxis medication that prevents HIV but not other STDs. Costs around 2500 Rs per month. One tablet to be taken daily. It might have side effects. Else always use condom.
If you have tested positive- do not think it is the end. Start ART - Antiretroviral treatment along with a healthy lifestyle with good nutrition and and exercise. You can lead a healthy life. If your viral load is low- below detection levels, you can also have *** without posing a risk for your partner.
If you are into *** without condom, please dont brush your teeth rigorously before the encounter- You might get small cuts in your *** which can allow HIV to enter.
You can have *** with a HIV poz partnet if you do it safe- use condom, if you are having oral *** then do not swallow. If his viral load is low then it is safe.

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Ahmed456
Posted On Feb 20, 2019 - 02:55 PM

Thanks but if gets std positive what does how can we cure that what are the side effects for that I heard about std on of my friend going to aboard but when he did medical he got fail to go abroad because his medical report was STD any suggestions and treament for that so that I can help him

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dine5h444
Posted On Feb 20, 2019 - 05:45 PM

STDs means sexually transmitted diseases, it's broad category. It includes different type of infections. Most of them can be cured with short term treatment. Ask him what type of infection he has.

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Ahmed456
Posted On Feb 20, 2019 - 06:10 PM

I think he told syphilis disease something

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Slavebot
Posted On Feb 20, 2019 - 06:11 PM

Hey there are many STD
Few are curable some are controlled
First just check which is STD he got
Some are below -
1) Hepatitis B - non curable but can controlled under prescribed medication​ (many countries prohibit person affected by Hep-B ) Medicine - Tenofovir
You can prevent this by taking antivirus every year
2) genitals herpes - non curable but can under control with prescribed medication course for some days
Besic Medicine- acevire for cronical - Lamivudine
3)Bone T B again virus remain in body after the long treatment but can controlled it mostly attacks on spinal cord
Medicine - which used in T.B. only provide in government hospital
4) warts - very common disease and curable cause due to human papillomavirus it transferred skin to skin touch

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Slavebot
Posted On Feb 20, 2019 - 06:16 PM

Hey there are many STD
Few are curable some are controlled
First just check which is STD he got
Some are below -
1) Hepatitis B - non curable but can controlled under prescribed medication​ (many countries prohibit person affected by Hep-B ) Medicine - Tenofovir
You can prevent this by taking antivirus every year
2) genitals herpes - non curable but can under control with prescribed medication course for some days
Besic Medicine- acevire for cronical - Lamivudine
3)Bone T B again virus remain in body after the long treatment but can controlled it mostly attacks on spinal cord
Medicine - which used in T.B. only provide in government hospital
4) warts - very common disease and curable cause due to human papillomavirus it transferred skin to skin touch

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Slavebot
Posted On Feb 20, 2019 - 06:19 PM

syphilis is bacteria infection and can be cure at first stage
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Medicine used is Penicillin

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Kdj
Posted On Feb 21, 2019 - 04:49 AM

Few days back i had a *** *** with a guy in a public loo. He was decent n all. But when I was *** him furiously, my condom broke n i didn't realise that. I came n when I went to remove the condom i realised that it was broken already.
Is there any chance?

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Slavebot
Posted On Feb 21, 2019 - 05:05 AM

Kdj
1% risk for you and 99%risk for him as you *** inside him

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jockey4nothing
Posted On Feb 21, 2019 - 05:45 AM

@slavebot and all who is following this thread...
Hepatitis B has more probability of getting cure than Hepatitis C.
I am telling this bcause I was closely involve in treatement of my good friend who was infected with Hepatitis B. His family did not understand seriousness of his infection and assumed that its just form of jaundice. However I was with him all the time with consultations with Doctors in KEM and Kasturba hospitals in Mumbai. This guy is now totally free from Hepatitis B and is not even a carrier of it. Leaving perfect married life ; hving healthy children. From what I learnt frm doctors then was that no doubt Hep B is serious and fatal but chances are high that yur body will clear this virus. Hep C is more dengerous and difficult to get rid of from body. person becomes carrier who csn infect others and have high chances of liver cancer.
Also...most of the people reading posting on this site must be belonging to sophisticted, educated level of society and might hv apprehensions towards govt hospitals. But let me tell u Kasturba hodpital in Mumbai is best place to get treated for Jaundice / Hep B or Hep c cases... I cud save my friend just bcoz of Docs and nursing staff there....

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Deepsukcer
Posted On Feb 21, 2019 - 06:02 AM

@Kdj chances are very high... Nevertheless get tested after a month

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Etc
Posted On Feb 21, 2019 - 09:32 AM

How risky it is to have constant itching on the scrotum?

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Kdj
Posted On Feb 21, 2019 - 10:49 AM

@etc it's not that risky it's a fungal infection.
Apply anti fungal powder to the scrotum and thighs after shower. N sleep with loose fitting clothes to keep it airy

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raghu198407
Posted On Feb 21, 2019 - 01:28 PM

I heard “dental dam” for oral *** will help for not getting HIV/STD’s. Is it true???

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exploreme
Posted On Feb 21, 2019 - 04:37 PM

Hi
I got *** by 2 known person multiple times. Do I get Std? He drunk my ***

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thomaskid19862
Posted On Feb 22, 2019 - 12:16 AM

@exploreme, except HIV, you can contract all other STDs like herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis et al.. assuming the other guys had them.


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Rohan07
Posted On Feb 22, 2019 - 02:39 AM

raghu198407 dental dam in India are expensive. The best and safest way is to cut a condom and use it. Hope this helps.

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RahulMumbai
Posted On Feb 22, 2019 - 03:28 AM

Always use a condom while having ***
In m2m chances of having hiv and STDs are more ..
Better to save our life with latex condoms like Durex n all..+ lubricant..it helps smooth penetration. And less blood contact

Wearing a condom will keep you almost safe side while having *** and you can enjoy too
Else after few months you will be end up with having Uncureable diseases like hiv ..choice is URS

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tonedbloke
Posted On Feb 22, 2019 - 06:52 AM

Regarding the information required on CD 4 count.???
Well this information is relevant if one is HIV positive or has a partner who is HIV positive. Once a person becomes positive- the virus actually goes and infects the CD 4 cells which are white blood cells that help the body fight infections. So after one becomes positive there are 2 tests which become important- CD4 count and "viral load". If the viral load is high, above 50 or so, then you are more likely to spread the virus to others during ***. The counts can go higher than a couple of lakhs. Only if your viral load is below 20 to 50 is when you can safely have *** without infecting your partner. The other test is the CD 4 count. Normally it is between 400 to 1000 I think. If the count goes below 200, that is when you start getting the opportunistic and other problems of HIV. Even infections which normally cause no problem can be dangerous once your CD4 count goes below 200. TB, mycobacterium, cryptosporiodosis, cRyptococcosis, toxoplasmosis, CMV etc. Any body region starts getting infected- chest, abdomen-loose motions, brain, etc. You are also more likely to get cancers like Lymphoma, Karposis sarcoma etc. Thats when it is called AIDS.
Because HIV affects the immune system, there is a lot of immune related damage that occurs to your kidneys, liver, heart, etc. you start getting PML, AIDS dementia in the brain, etc. Thats why it is very very important to get detected early and start treatment soon. HIV can be very much controlled with treatment.
But if you don't get treated, the disease can play havoc with your life. That is the reason I feel so anxious when I see young guys *** around without protection in the loos, theatres, behind trucks, etc. For 5 minutes pleasure, you are ready to mess up your entire life. I know it is treatable currently, but the costs are exorbitant in terms of getting the medication and undergoing regular tests. I know the government does have free treatment option.

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tonedbloke
Posted On Feb 22, 2019 - 06:54 AM

About dental dam- As far as I know, it is more for use when you are *** *** or rimming. For *** ***, you can very easily use a condom.
There are yu tube videos on how you can make your own dental dam by cutting open a condom.

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Lips4hugepoles
Posted On Feb 22, 2019 - 01:30 PM

@jockey hep c isn't an std. And it's not contagious.

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bareback_teen
Posted On Feb 22, 2019 - 06:06 PM

I've some dental issues in the past and one of my tooth was removed 5years ago. Can I still *** someones *** without condom? Please respond..!!!;

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tonedbloke
Posted On Feb 23, 2019 - 05:27 AM

Hepatitis B and C is contagious through *** and exchange of body fluids. It is more virulent than even HIV. It will cause jaundice and cause irreversible liver damage leading to cirrhosis and eventually cause hepatocellular Cancer and death. There is vaccination available for Hepatitis B but not for Hepatitis C.
Hepatitis A on the other hand is spread though contaminated food and water. This is the common virus causing medical jaundice. Again dangerous only if it causes fulminant hepatitis and severe liver damage. This possibly can spread by rimming a guy who is infected or is a carrier as *** hygiene is not always practiced by quite a few people.

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t3ddy
Posted On Feb 23, 2019 - 07:11 AM

@tonedbloke nice info about CD4 and viral load.
Good to know people are aware about safersex practices.
Always be preventive than be sorry.. For ever

I must add the only thing which keeps us tension free is 'getting tested for HIV regularly'
If anyone has any doubts about past encounters better go and test your self first than worrying
If you are scared .. I suggest make a group of people who will test regularly.. In this way you all can give moral support to eachother and will not forget to test regularly.

One must ask for 'shakti clinic' at govt. Hospitals all over India where they provide free testing.
Note: for taking free treatment from govt Hospitals if you are detected HIV positive. Certificate issued by shakti clinic is a must.
Reports done from private pathology for HIV positive will not be accepted

If you want to take treatment privately
Tests (3-4k)
Consultation (1-1.5k per sitting)
Medicines (1700 for 30 tablets of 1st line)

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Sasmathu
Posted On Feb 23, 2019 - 06:03 PM

@bareback_teen It is better not to do so. If there are any small blisters in the *** there are chances of getting infected. In any case guys who *** better not to swallow the ***. After *** give a *** wash with any of the commercially available *** washes.

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t3ddy
Posted On Feb 23, 2019 - 07:29 PM

True ... But if no cuts in *** you are good to go with swallowing... The virus cant survive in acids of our throat and stomach..

But then you cant check up every guy before oral its the heat of the moment...

Brushing should be avoided before or after 30-45 mins of oral ***.. Brush can cause gum bleeding which will cause virus to enter in to body.

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tonedbloke
Posted On Feb 24, 2019 - 07:02 AM

Another point to add to the fact about oral *** is that it is beeter to spit or swallow rather than wallow. That means do not keep the *** in the *** for anytime. either immediately swallow or else spit it out. Best is to ask the partner to discharge outside. I find that more exciting.

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Topstud
Posted On Feb 24, 2019 - 11:19 AM

I see that everyone is only worried about HIV and mostly unaware about consequences of other STDs

1. HIV testing every 4 months is best practice.
2. Syphilis is very much widespread in Bangalore and mostly unnoticed and not tested. It's a serious STD that can ruin your health in the long run it hot detected and treated in time. VDRL RPR titre and TPHA are the two tests to monitor it. Again testing every 4 months is good practice . It gets transmitted more easily than HIV... Even though there could be no symptoms many times... Just by kissing... ***... Rimming.... Or taking *** in *** is good enough to pass on the bacteria.

VDRL titre values will show as 1:2, 1:4, 1:8, 1:16 and so on.... Depending on how old the infection is.

It's curable by penicillin injection in the butts and in 2-3 months VDRL can turn back negative. But it can return again if you happen to have *** with untreated or uncured syphilis guy.
So be careful. It's a nagging and repetitive disease if u r exposing yourself to such ppl again n again...Trust me everytime taking penicillin in the butt hurts for 4 days.
Condoms don't protect u 100% bcoz it can get transmitted through skin to skin as well.
Also if undetected n untreated for long time, it destroys your nervous system n brain , eyes, heart.

Guys please take ur VDRL RPR test along with HIV every 4 months. Don't depend on symptoms

3. Hepatitis C : no vaccine available yet. Causes liver cancer after few years... Test name : HCV
Treatable n manageable by medicines for long run.

4. Hepatitis B : test name : HbsAg
Causes liver cancer in long run.
If your HbsAg is still negative, don't delay and get the 4 dose vaccinations. It's small injection to be taken in shoulder .cost is cheap 100rs..any doctor can give u that.
Vaccination will protect u for next 5 years. After that repeat the dose again..

5. Herpes : virus causes skin irritation blisters anywhere in body including ***, lips, thighs, buttocks, genitals.
Though not life threatening but painful n irritating. Transmits by skin to skin contact.
Test name : HSV IgG and IgM

6. Gonorreah and chlamydia : Rare, need not be tested so often bcoz symptoms will be obvious like burning sensation while urinating, white pus like discharge from *** hole, pain in scrotum. Not life threatening .
Can be cured by one week antibiotics.

So to summarize, tests to be done every 4 months ideally :
1. HIV 1&2
2. VDRL RPR titre (TPHA : optional & bit costly)
3. HCV
4. HbsAg
5. HSV IgG and IgM

Remember always : Overconfidence that you are perfectly fine without testing in these matters can prove fatal for ur life n ppl around u.


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sanker1983
Posted On Feb 26, 2019 - 03:08 PM

If anyone of you are HIV positive, you must tell your partner before sexual encounter. So that necessary precaution can take such as used of condom or others. Otherwise both of you will be in danger. There is no curative measure for HIV/AIDS.

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Joysparko
Posted On Feb 26, 2019 - 06:05 PM

Guys, HIV is not anymore death defying desease, personally I know few people living 30+ years with HIV and many had hiv -ve kids as well.

Also, recently science confirmed HIV is untransmittable when ones HIV status is undetected. It won't lead to AIDS condition.

You can go to undetected status within 6months being on ART medicine. But for life you have to be on ART medicine.

Yes still, you have to be careful about unsafe ***. Don't practice at all.

Any desease is expensive to take care of with meds being costly and society stigma etc....


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anish9860
Posted On Mar 1, 2019 - 02:49 AM

@adam19 govt will do it free

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Ajaykumar1996
Posted On Mar 2, 2019 - 05:21 AM

I have done only oral ..
And want to try *** with someone very badly!.
Is condom is enough for safety? ..bcoz I want to swallow..

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BoobyBear
Posted On Mar 2, 2019 - 06:15 AM

Well, I would suggest just to monitor your health status and for your own mental peace, do get tested in the period of 3-6 months. Government hospitals do it for free and private hospitals near you will hardly charge 400-500 bucks.

Always ensure safety and enjoy your act of love with NO worries. That is all needed.


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needlove
Posted On Mar 2, 2019 - 06:37 PM

@welovee lot of misinformation . STD means sexually transmitted disease eg Aids
STI means Sexually Transmitted Infection eg HIV

HIV and AIDS are part of StD /sti. Hiv has ability to pass only thru *** or vaginsl *** or thru direct blood transfusion.
Thru oral *** syphillis is the most common yet most ignored sti.
The chances of HIV surviving on ur saliva is almost 0 unless your *** had direct cuts or injuries or open wounds inside
@Kiran 1580 i think instead of asking here go to guv clinic and consult a vD/skin specialist
And agreeing to welovee be careful with oral *** as well. Receiver has less chances of getting infected than giver.
Not to have *** with too many strangers . Check your partners and your health every 3 or 6 months .

My suggestion again is consult a good vd/skin specialist

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Weloveee
Posted On Mar 3, 2019 - 05:13 AM

@ needlove, I don't I any misconceptions related to it, my point was, one should always use condom for oral ***, oral *** is less risky but still it is danger if precautions have not been taken by person.
Bros who r engaging in oral *** and not using condom, u r puting urself n other into vulnerable conditions.

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funguy2016
Posted On Mar 3, 2019 - 06:30 AM

@needlove yes. but one thing.. AIDs is not a disease in itself. its just a condition /state of body when immune system becomes so weak... yes HIV via oral is very very less unless both the performe nd receiver have open wounds in oral gums etc.

and again. this HIV to AIDS is biggest scam, lie of this century.. in fact, HIV has not connecttion to AIDS... but i knw.. again admin will delete my comment.. but i dont knw why !!!

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needlove
Posted On Mar 6, 2019 - 04:02 AM

In yesterday's new York times there's a news of cure for HIV
2ND known patient ti be cured. It will take time to reach India
But still hope is kindled

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/04/health/aids-cure-london-patient.amp.html

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softcorelove
Posted On Mar 16, 2019 - 05:23 AM

Simple123, there is an ART center at Victoria hospital and they do all tests for free!

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lifefun2860
Posted On Mar 19, 2019 - 07:30 PM

I want to do a std test , but i m afraid to go to doctor and say. Any guidance how to tell doctor

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sanilnair86
Posted On Mar 19, 2019 - 07:47 PM

Friends - please suggest a doctor in chennai to consult. I have got some infection. Infection is like skin itching mostly during night times. Itching on hands, forhead, around the neck, stomach and thighs. Sometime I could see some red bumps on my pe*n*s also.
So would like to get consultation from a good doctor and get that treated. Pls suggest.

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Gayparity
Posted On Mar 19, 2019 - 11:41 PM

@lifefun do not ask doctor that you want to do sti test, just tell him him that you got skin irritations and patches on your private parts, he will recommend you to get tested for sti

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Gayparity
Posted On Mar 19, 2019 - 11:43 PM

@sanil visit government hospital Chennai there is a seperatee Section for sti, from your explanations it looks like syphilis. Have you got any black spots on your palms and soles?

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sanilnair86
Posted On Mar 20, 2019 - 03:38 AM

@Gayparity- Thanks. I don't have any black spots or visible bumps on my palms or soles or anywhere. Just always have the feel of itcheing.

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Biguy007
Posted On Mar 20, 2019 - 04:58 AM

@Sanilnair, Hi if you feel you need to check for STD's or seek appropriate help you can visit funded institutions like YRG Care in taramani VHS complex. You will get both counselling, checkup n blood tests if needed at an affordable price n really fair treatment.

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Camboy222
Posted On Mar 20, 2019 - 05:28 AM

@Sanilnair if you don't feel like going to talk to the doctor about it, you can also go to a pathology lab and do the VDRL test. It's usually within 200 rupees. And it will rule out syphilis and few others. But the best thing would be to consult your doctor.