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Came back from my last trip last Nov with a UTI (urinary tract infection) even though I thought it might be a STD. Went to the GUM clinic and was told from the swab test, it was a slight infection (not gonorrhoea, not chlamydia) , where they also took a blood test, and said they would let me know if anything showed up. Since I didn't hear back from them I've assumed everything is fine.

 

Last week, started getting a few symptoms that suggested maybe they should have found something in the blood test, although if what I'm experiencing at the moment is an outbreak I'm guessing that my initial blood test wouldn't have should any antibodies generated (as it was too early after initial infection).

 

I've had a burning sensation on the outer upper left part of my thigh which extends to the lower back / left buttock. I didn't think much of this. Thought I had slept awkward or perhaps a reaction to some clothes I was wearing, perhaps a different washing powder, but its been there now over a week.

I had a spot on my pelvis that is healing. Thought/Think this is nothing due to sweat generated in the area, and the spot from a hair follicle.

But on Saturday morning I woke with a slight enflammed sore on the foreskin/shaft (hoped it was a mite bite of some sort) but putting all the previous things together and looking up google, I now think I may have an STD. Going to have to wait a week to get checked as all the clinic's are closed today as it a bank holiday + I'm away for the week in London with work.

The internet is great for information but it doesn't half scare the sh!te out of you with the list of potentials. What a weekend I've had. For what its worth I think I could have HSV-2 (Herpes) although I'm hoping it something similar that's curable (Syphilis or Shingles). Makes me laughs (not really) typing this as I'm a quiet lad and would be the last person people would think this could happen to (if they didn't know about me going to Patts).

 

My question is regarding people travelling to LOS with an STD. Do you still travel for PVP? (I'm not asking about the morality of travelling or want to hear people telling me to stay away). If you have HSV-2 and load up on the tablets to prevent an outbreak + wear a condom, can you still transmit the infection. (I'd like first hand factual information rather than a cut and paste from google if possible - PM if don't want to post here). From reading on the internet it is possible to have sex without risk of transmitting it (when an outbreak is not happening) provided you've taken your daily tabs/wear condom.

 

I booked a trip for this May last Jan (when I thought I was fine) but if I find out I have HSV-2 then I'll have to seriously rethink it. Obviously I'm freaking myself out here, until I know which or whether, but I'd like to know if its still possible to travel for PVP?

 

For what it's worth I didn't put myself about while here - No ST's, No Soi6. I typically choose a girl day 1 and spent the holiday with her, and have gone back to the same lady for the last 3 times. She got tested last November (after I came back) and said she's fine, but don't know whether to believe her or not. Unfortunately I trusted the girl when she said You not need to wear condom I clean. WEAR A CONDOM GUYS!!

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I'm away for the week in London with work: Mate you're not working 24 X 7 and there are loads of VD clinics in a big city like London. Go immediately to a VD specialist and have a urine test and a blood test. Sounds like you got something. Sores on your shaft are a sign of syphlis, so you need a VDRL (blood test) Get this done immediately, if you are positive for something then the soon your begin taking meds the better. Don't waste another day.

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Yes, you can still transmit the infection if you are taking tabs. wearing a condom and have no visible sores and it is HSV-2. Also you are a lot more susceptible to getting infected by HIV and other STD's since you will always have the cells needed to be infected circulating in that area. I would still go if you are taking medicine to suppress an outbreak, just wear a condom and don't let a girl grind on you if you don't want to infect her.

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Three things it is likely to be Syph Hepes or just a UTI either wsy get you Ass back to the GUM Clinic or Quack ASAP.

 

Two can be sorted with Meds and One assisted but unlikely to be removed completely

 

what you waiting for GO

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As you said yourself get the condom on! If your shagging a BG and your taking her word she's clean, then every time your dip your rolling the dice!

 

It's not worth the anguish.

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I know it's hard to wear condoms because they are really Hott chicks. But it seems most people on here say it wasn't worth the risk after the fact. I will have the same test to be safe when dealing with these girls in a couple of weeks. But using condoms is a way of life for me and have been for a while. Let's hope I can keep it going. Thanks for sharing and hopefully things will turn out good for you.

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If you are getting sore thighs / hips then that can be a sign of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, which is what you get when you have an infection and you don't get it treated. It's potentially serious and can cause infertility. Best get yourself to the doctor asap!

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Goodluck with that Jonny, can only say I agree with advice given - get it checked out asap, plenty of places in London for sure

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I talked to my friend - who is gynecologist - about HSV -1, HSV - 2 - his answer was that chance of getting or transmitting this disease if you or your sexual partner do not show symptoms (blisters, open sores etc.) is equal to chance of being hit by lightning - it is possible but very hardly.

In my coutry - in population older 40 - there is about 45 percent people that have antibodies of HSV in their blood - so, I am quite sure that this number will be about 80 percent in Pattaya :)

Condom do not works against HSV sometimes - as it is skin to skin transmision - not whole genital area is covered by condom :)

 

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Came back from my last trip last Nov with a UTI (urinary tract infection) even though I thought it might be a STD. Went to the GUM clinic and was told from the swab test, it was a slight infection (not gonorrhoea, not chlamydia) , where they also took a blood test, and said they would let me know if anything showed up. Since I didn't hear back from them I've assumed everything is fine.

 

Last week, started getting a few symptoms that suggested maybe they should have found something in the blood test, although if what I'm experiencing at the moment is an outbreak I'm guessing that my initial blood test wouldn't have should any antibodies generated (as it was too early after initial infection).

 

I've had a burning sensation on the outer upper left part of my thigh which extends to the lower back / left buttock. I didn't think much of this. Thought I had slept awkward or perhaps a reaction to some clothes I was wearing, perhaps a different washing powder, but its been there now over a week.

I had a spot on my pelvis that is healing. Thought/Think this is nothing due to sweat generated in the area, and the spot from a hair follicle.

But on Saturday morning I woke with a slight enflammed sore on the foreskin/shaft (hoped it was a mite bite of some sort) but putting all the previous things together and looking up google, I now think I may have an STD. Going to have to wait a week to get checked as all the clinic's are closed today as it a bank holiday + I'm away for the week in London with work.

The internet is great for information but it doesn't half scare the sh!te out of you with the list of potentials. What a weekend I've had. For what its worth I think I could have HSV-2 (Herpes) although I'm hoping it something similar that's curable (Syphilis or Shingles). Makes me laughs (not really) typing this as I'm a quiet lad and would be the last person people would think this could happen to (if they didn't know about me going to Patts).

 

My question is regarding people travelling to LOS with an STD. Do you still travel for PVP? (I'm not asking about the morality of travelling or want to hear people telling me to stay away). If you have HSV-2 and load up on the tablets to prevent an outbreak + wear a condom, can you still transmit the infection. (I'd like first hand factual information rather than a cut and paste from google if possible - PM if don't want to post here). From reading on the internet it is possible to have sex without risk of transmitting it (when an outbreak is not happening) provided you've taken your daily tabs/wear condom.

 

I booked a trip for this May last Jan (when I thought I was fine) but if I find out I have HSV-2 then I'll have to seriously rethink it. Obviously I'm freaking myself out here, until I know which or whether, but I'd like to know if its still possible to travel for PVP?

 

For what it's worth I didn't put myself about while here - No ST's, No Soi6. I typically choose a girl day 1 and spent the holiday with her, and have gone back to the same lady for the last 3 times. She got tested last November (after I came back) and said she's fine, but don't know whether to believe her or not. Unfortunately I trusted the girl when she said You not need to wear condom I clean. WEAR A CONDOM GUYS!!

Mate wehile your in London GET yourself down to the London Hospital in Whitchaple

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