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First Time Punt, Looking For Some Health Info

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Hi guys, I'm planning to go for a punt for the first time, and was wondering if anyone could help address some of my concerns.

 

I was reading up about the risks of contracting HPV, which seems pretty high. What's the likelihood of contracting something on my visit, and is there anything I can do to minimize the chances of that occurring? Thanks!

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If you think the risks are too great, then forget punting as a hobby and take up train spotting. Many of us have been playing for years with no problems. There is no reason why you shouldn't too but use your common sense.

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Hi guys, I'm planning to go for a punt for the first time, and was wondering if anyone could help address some of my concerns.

 

I was reading up about the risks of contracting HPV, which seems pretty high. What's the likelihood of contracting something on my visit, and is there anything I can do to minimize the chances of that occurring? Thanks!

You don't give your age, most adults have come into contact with many of the numerous strains of HPV. Some you build an immunity too, others may cause problems for some people. If you are over the age of 25 I'd say it's something you can't do much about, you've probably already been exposed, if under 25 then you can limit your partners, only ever have protected sex and get yourself a Gardasil vaccination. These actions will go some way in limiting your exposure and potential future problems.

 

To get it into perspective, how many adults do you know who are suffering with HPV complications(genital warts, cancer of the cervix/penis/mouth(and even then alcohol and smoking are contributory if not causal factors for many mouth and throat cancers) despite having had contact wth other people?I bet not many.

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First time? Wow.

 

Then you wanna make it special. If you are into the younger type, you could try Lanya over at Meadowbank. Check the feedback for anyone you like the look of if their profile has allowed such comments. Don't choose somebody in a hurry. Keep looking until the right one is found, then good luck.

 

Who are your kind of girls? Oh, but never do bareback...EVER. If you do, do so at YOUR own risk. That is all. :mellow:

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.Bring your own condom. 

. Use lube, condom can spilt easily if the service provider is not wet enough during intercourse. 

. pick experienced girl, they normally have better sense about sexual health. 

. of course, don't pick barebacker, even with condom you can still get STD. 

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.Bring your own condom. 

. Use lube, condom can spilt easily if the service provider is not wet enough during intercourse. 

. pick experienced girl, they normally have better sense about sexual health. 

. of course, don't pick barebacker, even with condom you can still get STD. 

I'm sorry but I would never ever use a clients condom and when you go for your checks at the GUM clinic they should tell you this.

 

There are some weird people out the who put pin pricks in condoms, so that they will either split then they end up having a bit of BB or want to get you pregnant. Strange but true! I'm sure the other ladies will back me up on this.

 

To the OP just do your research and find the right lady for you who has a good reputation and play safe.

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.Bring your own condom. 

. Use lube, condom can spilt easily if the service provider is not wet enough during intercourse. 

. pick experienced girl, they normally have better sense about sexual health. 

. of course, don't pick barebacker, even with condom you can still get STD. 

On any forum,this is the first and only time i've seen a lady type this.Seen punter ask if they should bring their own but this is normally discouraged due to the risk of refusal due to the risk of tampering

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Er no any lady who expects a client to bring his own johnnies is taking the piss. As a service provider you should be organised enough to have a good selection of condoms for a client to use. If you were a plumber you wouldn't expect the customer to provide their own tools for you to do the job..an experienced lady will already have thought of lube and will have lubed up pre-punt or during.

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Normally i always prepare my own condoms, but i had a few regular clients that insist to use their own condom because of safety reason or they can't come with slightly thicker condom. ( i use extra safe) 

 

I understand there is lot of weird guy out there might put pin pricks in condoms, but I am very selective with who i see, lot of my regular client are good friend with me, if i don't know my client well, i also insist to use my condom. 

 

When a guy come to stranger's home they also worry about their health and safety, lot of SP out there are scammer and weird, SP can also pin pricks the condoms and make herself pregnant to scam money from client....etc..thats what I heard from my client anyway....

 

well, anyway, everyone has their own opinion and way to work, I don't want to get into this discussion, it is personal choice, and there isn't any rule/law about escorting. 

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Hi guys, I'm planning to go for a punt for the first time, and was wondering if anyone could help address some of my concerns.

 

I was reading up about the risks of contracting HPV, which seems pretty high. What's the likelihood of contracting something on my visit, and is there anything I can do to minimize the chances of that occurring? Thanks!

 

As Strawberry's mentioned, if you've ever had sexual contact, you're probably positive for a couple of strains of HPV already. HPV is a fact of life. The vast majority of the time it causes no symptoms and is (I believe) still undetectable in men. You know to use a condom, so do that, and you will benefit from some protection in the areas covered. Very health conscious people have been known to suggest using a femidom (female condom) or Pasante Unique condoms, as these have more 'coverage' at the base of the penis and allow more of a barrier. 

 

Ultimately though, it's a risk that comes with intimate contact. The risk of transmission is high, but the risk of experiencing any problems is very low. There are plenty of other organisms that humans pass around to each other day in and day out, but because they rarely harm us, we don't worry much about them. 

Edited by Curious Rose

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