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Hello. A question for the ladies. Where I grew up in South East Asia, parlors and agencies are popular and they always assure the punters that the girls have regular health checks. Some of it may be true but probably not all since this type of service is essentally against the law. Do agencies and parlors do health checks on the girls here or is it up to the lady? Even if you are an indy, how often do you normally have this done? Thanks for the info :-)

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I can't speak for agencies or parlours having never worked in one, but I go every 3-4 months to a specialist clinic that besides regular blood and swab tests also does oral swab tests. I advertise it on my site, and am immunised for Hep C. I used to go to my GP to have them done but got sick of the moral high horse middle aged nurses there (who's husbands are probably all visiting me lol). :) The incidence of STD's with indy's and agencies I would imagine is quite low compared to civvy street where people are a lot more irresponsible (and drunk). I think it is really important that both punters and WG's go for tests regularly.

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[...]and am immunised for Hep C. [...]

No you are not, Jemma. :P There is no vaccine for Hep C. You meant I think Hep B, which there's a vaccine for. :D

I think it is really important that both punters and WG's go for tests regularly.

I agree. :)

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No you are not, Jemma. :P There is no vaccine for Hep C. You meant I think Hep B, which there's a vaccine for.

Exactly, late at night! Hep something!

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Our girls go every 3 months and most are immunised agains Hep B.

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The incidence of STD's with indy's and agencies I would imagine is quite low compared to civvy street where people are a lot more irresponsible (and drunk). I think it is really important that both punters and WG's go for tests regularly.

i agree here. To be honest most guys do not ask when booking but when they do ask i tell them and then ask them when they had their last test, dissapointingly the general answer is usually along the lines of 'hahaha I dont need to i dont do your job' to which i have to reply 'hahaha so you never ever have sex then or even snog a girl in a nightclub' and get the inevitable 'yeah but they arent WGs' <_<

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i agree here. To be honest most guys do not ask when booking but when they do ask i tell them and then ask them when they had their last test, dissapointingly the general answer is usually along the lines of 'hahaha I dont need to i dont do your job' to which i have to reply 'hahaha so you never ever have sex then or even snog a girl in a nightclub' and get the inevitable 'yeah but they arent WGs' <_<

The staff at the GUM advised 3 monthly testing for myself, and so I duly trot along when the time comes. Like Jemma I've also had the hep B vaccination course too.

Yep prospective clients will ask and on occasion I have asked them if or when they were last checked, many believe the yearly health check offered by their GP covers them for STDs and so are safe. I don't think GPs test for STDs without you specifically asking, and then they'd more than likely refer you on to the GUM clinic.

Only you can be responsible for your own sexual health.

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Only you can be responsible for your own sexual health.

This phrase should be imprinted on every punters mind. It's clear that the vast majority of blokes leave any thought of health testing to the ladies, just like in domestic life. I guess nothing changes!

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It's a bit of a no brainer really to get tested regularly. Granted it's a bit uncomfortable and not the most pleasant of experiences - especially THAT swab - but it's far less an inconvenience than the alternatives.

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I go every 6 weeks. I guess I'm been over cautious, but better safe than sorry. :)

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I was at the GUM clinic Tuesday night having my final Hep B immune jab. There were 4 of us in the waiting room over the period of time, myself and three girls in their 20's. One looked like a druggie, one was ok looking with a little kid and the last one was a blonde stunner.

Is it so wrong that I was mentally trying to work out what their hourly rates whould be and guessing where they worked! It felt wrong at the time....

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I can't speak for agencies or parlours having never worked in one, but I go every 3-4 months to a specialist clinic that besides regular blood and swab tests also does oral swab tests. I advertise it on my site, and am immunised for Hep C. I used to go to my GP to have them done but got sick of the moral high horse middle aged nurses there (who's husbands are probably all visiting me lol). :) The incidence of STD's with indy's and agencies I would imagine is quite low compared to civvy street where people are a lot more irresponsible (and drunk). I think it is really important that both punters and WG's go for tests regularly.

By the way this really ought to be on the health topics board in my opinion, and I thought long and hard about whether to PM jemma or post publicly. ( I opted for this as appropriate in the public interest.) You've either been misinformed or misunderstood what was said to you regarding the Hep C immunisation you mention. To the best of my knowledge a vaccine against Hep C is not yet available. Another possibility is that you took part in an early stage clinical trial for a vaccine against Hep C - but that does not confer immunisation status. You could of course be immunised against Hep B! - there is a vaccine against that. I don't mean to knock you as you obviously mean very well - but you need to review the advice given to you at the private clinic. Please visit the Hep C Trust website for confirmation of what I've said.

In conclusion and to put minds at rest, the chances of sexual transmission of Hep C where blood is not involved is exceptionally low if not zero. .

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The staff at the GUM advised 3 monthly testing for myself, and so I duly trot along when the time comes. Like Jemma I've also had the hep B vaccination course too.

Yep prospective clients will ask and on occasion I have asked them if or when they were last checked, many believe the yearly health check offered by their GP covers them for STDs and so are safe. I don't think GPs test for STDs without you specifically asking, and then they'd more than likely refer you on to the GUM clinic.

Only you can be responsible for your own sexual health.

this is true but it is the responsibility of punters to get themselves checked as regularly as the girls if they punt regularly and it doesnt hurt to point this out when they are asking anyway.

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Jemma - sorry. I should have read the whole thread befor posting!

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Yes, got hep B and go regularly... all the usual, mouth swabs because of OWO and the little talk they always give about risks etc etc.. which are miniscule anyway.

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The staff at the GUM advised 3 monthly testing for myself, and so I duly trot along when the time comes. Like Jemma I've also had the hep B vaccination course too. Yep prospective clients will ask and on occasion I have asked them if or when they were last checked, many believe the yearly health check offered by their GP covers them for STDs and so are safe. I don't think GPs test for STDs without you specifically asking, and then they'd more than likely refer you on to the GUM clinic. Only you can be responsible for your own sexual health.

You sum it up exactly right in my view, only you can be responsible for your own sexual health. The fact is i dont know for definite what another person might be getting up to sexually when not in my presence. Saying they practice safe sex and go to the GUM regularly doesnt make it true, i certainly wouldnt be putting my sexual health at risk by just believing something that cant be proved.

I go quartely to the GUM and practice the sex i feel the rewards are worth the risks involved to me. Never BB penetration outside a relationship. Even a certificate is worthless from when you were tested as for all i would know the person has had sex since and been infected. Look after your own sexual health and dont take anothers word is my advice at least until you feel and believe you can trust them. :)

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i agree here. To be honest most guys do not ask when booking but when they do ask i tell them and then ask them when they had their last test, dissapointingly the general answer is usually along the lines of 'hahaha I dont need to i dont do your job' to which i have to reply 'hahaha so you never ever have sex then or even snog a girl in a nightclub' and get the inevitable 'yeah but they arent WGs' <_<

Bang goes the idea that generally speaking punters distinguish themselves from those that don't punt by taking their sexual health seriously enough to have regular checkups. :mellow:

I suppose a few morons aren't necessarily representative of the wider whole though. I'm not sure how I'd reply to 'yeah but they arent WGs' line, probably 'STDs don't care, dear' ...or simply bite my tongue.

I wonder if it tends to be older people with that viewpoint, folks for whom a visit to the "VD clinic" was only ever something you'd do once you "caught a dose" such as a rash, rather than a place you'd go for regular MOTs even when nothing seemed wrong?

Kind've disappointing really.

The staff at the GUM advised 3 monthly testing for myself, and so I duly trot along when the time comes. Like Jemma I've also had the hep B vaccination course too.

Regular checkups are the sensible way to go for sexually active people, male or female. The responses Chloe's had in the past showing thinking that falls somewhere between suggesting WGs are walking Bioweapons while non service providers are to all intents and purposes at no risk because they have "fewer" sexual partners, are depressing. It only takes that one time.

It's good to see a lot here though've had the Hep B vac. I'd also recommend being vaccinated against Hepatitis A if you do rimming - giving rather than receiving. There's a combined A & B jab. You can also just have the B one then separately get the Hep A vac - 2 injections 6mo. apart.

Reading all this reinforces my view WGs (well, those that don't go for BB) are more clued-up. take better precautions concerning and are more likely to take better care of their sexual health than Jo-SexuallyActivePublic. :wub:

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I was at the GUM clinic Tuesday night having my final Hep B immune jab. There were 4 of us in the waiting room over the period of time, myself and three girls in their 20's. One looked like a druggie, one was ok looking with a little kid and the last one was a blonde stunner.

Is it so wrong that I was mentally trying to work out what their hourly rates whould be and guessing where they worked! It felt wrong at the time....

Yes it was wrong because you are assuming because they are looking after their sexual health they must be WG's. A lot of people take their sexual health seriously so they could be be anyone. A lot of people in their 20's have been brought up with a much more open view of sex and the importance of regular checks. My own son who struggles to look someone in the eye to grunt hello took himself off to the clinic for a test, my daughter goes every 6 months and they talk openly about it. They view it as nothing more than a dental check would be to us oldies brought up to think that only scabby people with diseases were to be found in the 'clap clinic'. A lot of WG's will have their tests done privately it costs £300 every 3 months but enables a booking with privacy without the long wait and people looking them at trying to guess their hourly rate.

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This phrase should be imprinted on every punters mind. It's clear that the vast majority of blokes leave any thought of health testing to the ladies, just like in domestic life. I guess nothing changes!

Certainly true in my case, no one's had a Christmas or birthday card off me since my divorce.

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Bang goes the idea that generally speaking punters distinguish themselves from those that don't punt by taking their sexual health seriously enough to have regular checkups. :mellow:

I suppose a few morons aren't necessarily representative of the wider whole though. I'm not sure how I'd reply to 'yeah but they arent WGs' line, probably 'STDs don't care, dear' ...or simply bite my tongue.

I wonder if it tends to be older people with that viewpoint, folks for whom a visit to the "VD clinic" was only ever something you'd do once you "caught a dose" such as a rash, rather than a place you'd go for regular MOTs even when nothing seemed wrong?

Kind've disappointing really.

Regular checkups are the sensible way to go for sexually active people, male or female. The responses Chloe's had in the past showing thinking that falls somewhere between suggesting WGs are walking Bioweapons while non service providers are to all intents and purposes at no risk because they have "fewer" sexual partners, are depressing. It only takes that one time.

It's good to see a lot here though've had the Hep B vac. I'd also recommend being vaccinated against Hepatitis A if you do rimming - giving rather than receiving. There's a combined A & B jab. You can also just have the B one then separately get the Hep A vac - 2 injections 6mo. apart.

Reading all this reinforces my view WGs (well, those that don't go for BB) are more clued-up. take better precautions concerning and are more likely to take better care of their sexual health than Jo-SexuallyActivePublic. :wub:

To be honest I dont believe its the age that decides but the level of ignorance or lack of it. Sensible people will get them selves checked, ignorant people will have the attitude I described above, luckily I dont have many conversations like that but they have occurred a few times. Restore your faith. I think the fact that so few of us in this profession encounter sti's in reality shows that most people probably are getting themselves checked very regularly.

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To be honest I dont believe its the age that decides but the level of ignorance or lack of it. Sensible people will get them selves checked, ignorant people will have the attitude I described above, luckily I dont have many conversations like that but they have occurred a few times. Restore your faith. I think the fact that so few of us in this profession encounter sti's in reality shows that most people probably are getting themselves checked very regularly.

A lot of truth there, some years ago I knew a young woman in her early twenties, she worked several parlours where got some excellent FRs on here, she also did a little street work and had a go at going independent which didn't work. I once asked her about GUM Clinic checks and she was most offended, "I don't need to go there, I haven't got anything!"

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A lot of truth there, some years ago I knew a young woman in her early twenties, she worked several parlours where got some excellent FRs on here, she also did a little street work and had a go at going independent which didn't work. I once asked her about GUM Clinic checks and she was most offended, "I don't need to go there, I haven't got anything!"

which then begs the question ...how would she know x

Edited by Chloe MKEscorts

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On one of my health checks at the happy local gum with a wg friend we picked up a load of leaflets and left them at our working flat for the other girls to read. One new girl who had only ever been an indie before picked one up and said ...BV...whats THAT :o.

Now I know its not an sti but come ON

Edited by Chloe MKEscorts

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mike52, on 06 January 2012 - 11:21, said:

A lot of truth there, some years ago I knew a young woman in her early twenties, she worked several parlours where got some excellent FRs on here, she also did a little street work and had a go at going independent which didn't work. I once asked her about GUM Clinic checks and she was most offended, "I don't need to go there, I haven't got anything!"

which then begs the question ...how would she know x

Exactly, that's probably when I figured she wasn't going to work out as an indie if she couldn't even get her head round that simple concept.

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Well you can count on the fact that us responsible indie workers DO get checked out regularly (well all the best ones do!!)

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