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(@rodhardick)
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Hi all, I'm new here and all my life have been into gangbangs and swinging just haven't had courage to do it yet. I'm married and my wife would definately not be into it. 

Just wondering how everyone stays safe and clean. Do you get tested regularly or just got you don't get anything. ? 

Sorry to be a downer just asking cause I don't really want to go my doctor and say hey i need an StI check. Him knowing full will I'm married and if by chance something does up in the tests what to do then.?

Just after some info. 

Thanks.  

 

 

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(@rawisthelaw)
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Have you suggested it to your wife? You’d be amazed at how many women secretly fantasise about being taken by multiple men. Start with one extra if someone catches her eye. 

As for staying safe, I get tested every few months. I used to go to a local specialist clinic but they tend to be quite busy. Now I do it online, I get a pathology referral from a doctor online and go to any number of pathology clinics to have the samples collected. If you’re new to this, don’t pee for a few hours before you go, they’ll want your first splash. Try stigma health.  

There is still a risk, but it’s worth it. 

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(@max69_181)
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Firstly, do your research and make your own decision,it's your health... However in my view as long as you are smart, playing bareback is not that much risker then using condoms. Let's look at the main sti out their.

Hiv is the big one... Prep is great for this. It is 98% effective in stoping hiv transmission... Better then condoms... It can be prescribed by any doctor or via online specialist. You will need to complete a sti test to get it, and re tested every 3 months to get a renewed prespription.but it is worth it. In my view you are crazy to play raw with randoms with out. 

Hepatitis... Get vaccinated

Herpies... This is transmited via skin on skin contact, not body fluids. Condoms not really effective in stoping this anyway.

Most other sti can be treated with simple antibiotics

So yes, get tested regularly and take precautions. As long as you are smart, anything you do pick up should only be minor.

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(@max69_181)
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Also, should have mentioned, lots of online service providers who can send you a referral for a sti test. They email it to you, you take it you your preferred pathology lab, get tested, they email results.

 

We are similar in that our doctor is also a friend we know socially, so want to be discrete....

And a quick tip, if you don't want your go to know make sure you go to myGov and delete those medical records. Any referrals for sti tests or prescriptions for things like prep will be logged under tests and prescribed meds, but you can remove them

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(@rodhardick)
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Thanks for the advise.  I'm in a predicament as I need to wipe this off my bucket list by on the other hand don't want to bring anything home with me. 

 

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(@angeloramirez277)
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It’s not worth the risk for me. I was in the same situation, married but my wife didn’t want to play and totally not into sharing with others. Well I started messing around unprotected sex and brought an STI home unknowingly. I passed it to her through sex and she started having complications. Went to see a gynaecologist and she told her she has chlamydia. Basically brought me in with the gynaecologist and said well I’m not seeing anyone else so it must be you. Ruined our marriage and months later my wife contracted cancer from all  the stress. Now a stage 4 cancer patient.

So my advise is play safe, it’s not worth it if you want to keep your marriage and family together 

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 dan
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 I would NEVER fuck a working girl without protection, simple as that.

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(@drooper)
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I don't give medical advice, because I'm not a doctor (and certainly not YOUR doctor LOL) but I can speak about my own personal experiences...

I always have sex with female sex workers, never use protection -- haven't touched a condom in years. I've done some gang banging, occasionally suck some cocks for fun.

I go to the Sydney Sexual Health Centre (SSHC). NSW gov, they've got a few locations around Sydney. Benefits are not just free testing, also advice, and if/when you pick up something they can get you back in straight away and treat you, all no cost.

What are the risks? Well I can't say, but I can comment on how they classify me...

  • Low risk for HIV because I don't have anal sex with men
  • High risk for everything else because I have unprotected oral and vaginal sex

I've caught gonorhhea of the throat twice in the last five years or so. Both times from having unprotected sex with female sex workers who don't use condoms.

Let that sink in for a minute...

I ate out and fucked infected pussies, but I didn't catch the bug in my cock -- got it in the throat though! Twice!

Food for thought (no pun intended) for those punters who think they're relatively safe when they use a condom... yet have unprotected oral.

If you're a married guy and you pick up one of these highly transmissible bugs, how you going to explain it when your wife ends up infected? That's why a lot of married guys stick to massage + hand relief I guess.

Blessings and be safe out there fellow rooters!

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(@jimkeen)
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Hi there, I've never been able to keep it up with condoms and hate the feeling so haven't used them more than eight to ten times in my life.

I get tested after risky sexual encounters with strangers to avoid spreading diseases to women I am casually seeing. I've caught clamidya a couple of times and spread it to a friend once, but thank fully we are pretty open about sleeping with other people and while that was unfortunate she understood and we could have a laugh about it when she then gave it back to me when we slept together before hers had cleared up... sometimes I just can't help myself.

My advice is don't sleep with people who are obviously drug addicts bareback, or streetwalkers on williams st etc because a lot of those can't get into working brothels due to diseases.

Getting regularly tested between sexual partners/gangbangs and thinking before you roll those dice is the secret to ethically going bareback, in my opinion.

Sorry about the book I wrote here. Hope it helped someone though!

Jim

 

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