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Noticed during my visit earlier this year, the lack of awareness of oral herpes connected to shisha, so for information:

Herpes is contracted through direct contact with an active lesion or body 
fluid of an infected person like the saliva. 

Because people share hookahs, and multiple mouths in hookah-smoking social group touch the mouth of the pipe and share the smoke, a person could quite 
literally catch Herpes from the hookah itself. This is something else to think about before inhaling, or even putting your lips on that supposedly sanitized mouthpiece; because some bars and cafes may not clean hookah pipes 
properly.
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most people have herpes in pattaya..look up the facts..

sexualy active people in the west get it, its no big deal..

most people dont even know they have it...

I have a Problem..... I just can't decide if its a good problem or a bad problem...

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I would even think of sucking on that dirty pipe without the plastic insert.

 

Always ask for a plastic insert.

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Stop smoke, it kills you......but don't tell the BG' :hello09:

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LOL, the bargirls think its just fruits! I tell them it contains tobacco and other toxic elements and10 x more dangerous than cigarettes but they laugh and dont believe me and keep smoking that shit LOL!

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wow, a guy worried about getting herpes from a hookah in pattaya?  guess you don't kiss the girls or daty, eh?

 

not that there's anything wrong with that....

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Well when i got back home from last trip, i had herpes. But dunno whether it was from shisha, but i shared same plastic piece for a while with 2 chicks until 1 of them asked for extra one just for me (the one they used kept getting lipstick from other chicks lips so i suppose that was the reason for me getting 1 for myself)

 

But yeah there's so many possibilities of getting herpes.

Trips so far:

10/27/2010 - 11/5/2010 Pattaya

9/13/2011 - 9/22/2011 Pattaya

9/15/2012-9/27/2012 Pattaya

9/7/2013-9/26/2013 Pattaya

 

Next time: September 2014. Booked hotel already for the whole month, but no clue about the days yet. Waiting til like April or even june to see if Finnair has cheap flights, or Turkish.

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Are you sure it wasn't from fucking the 100 chicks you nailed while on holiday?  I just want to know how high the risk is if/when I take the plunge.

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If you are on this site and have spent anytime engaged in this hobby chances are you have herpes already. Even a guy that has not participated in p4p but has done or does a fair amount of hooking up most likely has it.

 

If you are worried about shisha pipe cross contamination you might as well worry about bar glasses not being cleaned, public toilet seats, the airplane air, and getting bit by a contaminated mosquito.

 

I am more worried about getting gored by unicorn then some lip fungus.

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Exactly!  Anyone worried about getting a trivial and exceedingly common thing like herpes (i.e. mouth ulcers) but not concerned about the cancer risks, is getting their priorities very confused!!

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Are you sure it wasn't from fucking the 100 chicks you nailed while on holiday? I just want to know how high the risk is if/when I take the plunge.

 

Don't worry about that shit!

Jesus...

the amount of pussy and ass I munch on, the last thing I'm gonna worry about is taking a pull on a fucking hookah pipe!

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If you are on this site and have spent anytime engaged in this hobby chances are you have herpes already. Even a guy that has not participated in p4p but has done or does a fair amount of hooking up most likely has it.

 

If you are worried about shisha pipe cross contamination you might as well worry about bar glasses not being cleaned, public toilet seats, the airplane air, and getting bit by a contaminated mosquito.

 

I am more worried about getting gored by unicorn then some lip fungus.

 

where is that unicorn ?  let us know so we can keep clear of it as it sounds to be  a mean one !

 

yes, I have herpes, more than 20 years already and I have NO symptoms and never had any, it was just found by accident and it ain't a big deal....

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Don't worry about that shit!

Jesus...

the amount of pussy and ass I munch on, the last thing I'm gonna worry about is taking a pull on a fucking hookah pipe!

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There seems to be some confusion between cold sore herpes and genital herpes.   I looked it up on the UK's NHS Choices website, www.nhs.uk.   I quote:

 

"Genital herpes is a common infection caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). It causes painful blisters on the genitals and the surrounding areas.

As genital herpes can be passed to others through intimate sexual contact, it is often referred to as a sexually transmitted infection (STI).

HSV can affect any mucous membrane (moist lining), such as those found in the mouth (cold sores).

Genital herpes is a chronic (long-term) condition. The virus remains in your body and can become active again. The average rate of recurrence is four to five times in the first two years after being infected. However, over time, it becomes active less frequently and each outbreak becomes less severe.

There are two types of herpes simplex virus (HSV), type 1 and type 2. Both types are highly contagious and can be passed easily from one person to another by direct contact. Genital herpes is usually transmitted by having sex (vaginal, anal or oral) with an infected person. Even if someone with genital herpes does not have any symptoms, it is possible for them to pass the condition on to a sexual partner.

At least 8 out of 10 people who carry the virus are unaware they have been infected because there are often few or no initial symptoms. However, certain triggers can activate the virus, causing an outbreak of genital herpes.

Although there is no cure for genital herpes, the symptoms can usually be controlled using antiviral medicines.

However, it is important to prevent the spread of genital herpes by avoiding sex until symptoms have cleared up and continuing to use a condom afterwards."

 

I have often suffered from cold sores herpes, which I treat with Zovirax cream.   I also once suffered with genital herpes, which my partner and I got treatment for at the Pattaya Bangkok Hospital.   I think it was creams and pills with the brand name Vilerm.   The message is: If you have genital herpes, get them treated professionally, and don't pass them on to anybody!   

 

If you click on 'cold sores' link above, you will see that they are caused mostly by the HSV-1 virus, whilst genital herpes are caused usually by the HSV-2 virus.   However, combining cold sores with oral sex and you may get a mutation!   (HSV-3?)    And mixing oral sex with a dirty hookah and a Thai hooker, and your mutations could reach HSV-999 !  

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I've had my mouth all over 100s of hookahs and I ain't never got it.

 

I'll pass on the smoking bit though.

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I've had my mouth all over 100s of hookahs and I ain't never got it.

 

I'll pass on the smoking bit though.

 

Nice...

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As I always say, it's not if guys will get herpes in Pattaya, but when.

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What about herpes on the leg? Is that shingles?

 

My bro in law did a whole tour of Asia and came back to find some patches on the inside of his thigh. As he was in so many places over a short period of time, including Thailand, he has no idea how he got it. He did monger a bit. UK doc said it was herpes

 

I think he's had a couple of break outs which scab over. He reckons he's no symptoms in the 'other' places on the body

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Noticed during my visit earlier this year, the lack of awareness of oral herpes connected to shisha, so for information:

Herpes is contracted through direct contact with an active lesion or body 
fluid of an infected person like the saliva. 

Because people share hookahs, and multiple mouths in hookah-smoking social group touch the mouth of the pipe and share the smoke, a person could quite 
literally catch Herpes from the hookah itself. This is something else to think about before inhaling, or even putting your lips on that supposedly sanitized mouthpiece; because some bars and cafes may not clean hookah pipes 
properly.

 

 

Here is another example of nasties that are passed by the pipe.

 

http://www.quitshisha.com/effects-of-shisha/tuberculosis-caused-by-shisha.html

 

My thoughts.. fuck it I am going to die some day!  Pass the pipe.

 

Cheers,

 

Kurt

--- Is it in yet?

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Nice...

 

+1

 

 

what do you mean?....please clarify.

 

Funny post that's all

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Nice...

 

+1

 

 

what do you mean?....please clarify.

 

Funny post that's all

Don't panic...

Re read sinbads post...

Think about it...

Then laugh....

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I wouldn't think you would be at risk if you had your own mouthpiece, right?

Very Interesting!

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