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With the rise of many disease in side and outside the monering zone , it`s not a bad idea to get more info off what we are talking abouth in the first place and for sure how to prevent it and keep our self at the safe side !!!

 

It`s a good thing to see that our mongering country`s like Thailand and the Phillippines are getting ready and gear up if anything can and may happend.

 

So my first line of defence and info will go over the Ebola virus , but i will use this thread also to inform and keep everybody posted abouth any kind of info on Hiv and STD in our mongering zone

 

I know that there will be a lot of question and feed back but if it`s not health related please make use of our brand new ( Barstool Banter Thread ) where you can interact with questions and feed backs as much as you like , thankx

 

 

Greetz , Stealth

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Quick look where we stands , ano 2017 , Which STDs Can & Cannot Be Cured

With all of the different STDs out there, it can be difficult to remember which ones can be treated and cured, and which sexually transmitted diseases stay with you for life. STDs are caused by a variety of bacteria, parasites and viruses. There are a few exceptions, but the easiest way to remember which sexually transmitted diseases can be cured is to know which are viral and which are not.

We put together a breakdown of the STDs that can pretty much always be cured, can sometimes be cured, and those that currently do not have a cure. We update this post when new STD treatment information becomes available.

STDs that can be treated and cured with antibiotics or prescriptions include:

  • ChlamydiaChlamydia is a bacterial STD. It can often be treated with just a single round of antibiotics.
  • Gonorrhea – Like chlamydia, gonorrhea is caused by bacteria that can usually be treated with antibiotics, however there are some cases recently of gonorrhea that have developed a resistance to antibiotics.
  • TrichomoniasisTrich is caused by a parasitic protozoan that can be eradicated with antibiotics.
  • Syphilis – Syphilis attacks the body in stages. It can often be easily treated with penicillin during the primary and secondary stages. A higher dosage may be required for the latent stage, especially for late latent stage. Syphilis can wreak havoc on the body’s internal organs during the late latent stage– even if syphilis is treated and cured at this point, the damage cannot be reversed.
  • Scabies – Scabies are mites that spread via skin-to-skin contact. They can be killed with prescription body washes or shampoos, but they can live on towels, bedding, and clothing, so all fabric materials need to be adequately cleaned.
  • Public Lice/CrabsPublic lice can be ousted by using prescription washes, but all clothing, bedding, and fabrics need to be cleaned thoroughly, too.

STDs that the body sometimes clears over time on its own include:

  • Molluscum contagiosum – Even though this is a viral STD, the body typically clears itself of this rash-causing virus after approximately 6 to 18 months, but can take as long as four years, according to the CDC.
  • HPV – Many (but not all) cases of the human papillomavirus are cleared by the body sporadically after one or two years. They are thought to become dormant and many do not recur. Some cases of HPV cause genital warts, which are NOT to be confused with penis pimples.
  • Hepatitis A (HAV) – HAV typically only lasts a couple months before the body can get rid of the virus on its own. Some cases last up to six months. Hepatitis A is preventable via a series of immunizations.
  • Acute Hepatitis B (HBV)HBV cases last for about six months before the body clears the virus.
  • Acute Hepatitis C (HCV) – In acute HCV cases, 1 in 5 individuals will clear the virus on their own for unknown reasons, the rest develop chronic HCV. Some cases of chronic HCV have been cleared with intense medical treatment.

STDs that currently do not have a cure include:

  • Oral herpesOral herpes (cold sores) are typically caused by the HSV-1 strain of the virus, but can be caused by HSV-2. Herpes goes through unpredictable active and inactive phases. Even when the virus is inactive it can still be spread.
  • Genital herpes – Genital herpes cause lesions on or near the genitals which are typically caused by the HSV-2 strain of the virus, but can be caused by HSV-1. Herpes goes through unpredictable active and inactive phases. Even when the virus is inactive it can still be spread.
  • HIV/AIDS (Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)HIV, which becomes AIDS if left untreated, if a chronic infection that attacks the immune system. HIV makes it very difficult to fight off other illnesses and infections, but those diagnosed can be treated with antiretroviral therapy to keep their viral load (Amount of copies of the virus) low and still live a long life.
  • Chronic hepatitis B and C (HBV & HCV) – Chronic hepatitis occurs after the initial acute phase of hepatitis B or C. Chronic hepatitis results after approximately six months of having either the hepatitis B or hepatitis C virus, and lasts for the rest of an individual’s life. Symptoms can occur anytime, even decades later. Many end up with chronic infection or liver disease– 20 percent die as a result of chronic infection.
  • HPV – Some strains of human papillomavirus, especially high risk strains, may cause constant problems. Some strains can cause genital warts and others can cause various cancers, including cervical cancer. Because this virus is thought to lie dormant when inactive, it can be difficult to gauge when an individual contracted it. Women with the virus may show no signs or symptoms for years until receiving abnormal Pap test results.

No matter what type of STD you may be worried about, it is important to get tested to know what you are dealing with (if anything) and to seek the appropriate treatment. Treatments, like antibiotics, can cure some sexually transmitted diseases, while others can keep the disease from worsening. At STDcheck.com, our physicians are able to prescribe the necessary antibiotics to treat and cure the sexually transmitted infections that are caused by bacteria.

https://www.stdcheck.com/blog/sexual-healing-which-stds-can-cannot-be-cured/

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@SiamSam

The scary part of all this is the news i read a few weeks ago that there is now a strain of ( Gonorrhea and Syphilis ) that have developed a resistance to antibiotics and can not be cure !!! , and it will be just a matter of time that it will spread in to a uncontrol proportion......

For me that`s no problem because i Always use a condoom for my protection , but how abouth those that dont use nothing and dont take these warning seriously........

Greetz , Stealth

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The problem with antibiotic resistant STI (the new term for STD - sexually transmitted infections), has been around for several years, but now is getting worse spreading around the world. For those who choose to bare back - it's a serious risk that must be considered.

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On ‎1‎-‎6‎-‎2017 at 8:45 PM, rxpharm said:

The problem with antibiotic resistant STI (the new term for STD - sexually transmitted infections), has been around for several years, but now is getting worse spreading around the world. For those who choose to bare back - it's a serious risk that must be considered.

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And that is a big probleem in the phillippines where nearly 95% of all girls and ladyboy`s fucks with out the proper protection , and Guy's bragging on other forums how a disneyland it is for bare backers , inviting others to come down and join the bare back party........

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Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte announced that he’s placing the capital region on a lockdown for a month to help contain the outbreak of the new coronavirus.

Duterte is also restricting entry for travelers from countries with local transmission, and suspending domestic travel to and from Metro Manila - a region of more than 12 million people - from March 15 to April 14, subject to daily review.

“We don’t want to use that, afraid to say lockdown, but it is a lockdown,” Duterte said in a televised briefing in Manila. After his speech, the Department of Health announced that three more people had died of the virus, taking the total to five out of the 52 confirmed cases in the Philippines.

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MANILA, Philippines -- Philippine officials on Saturday announced a nighttime curfew in the capital and said people in the densely populated region should leave their homes during the daytime only for work or urgent errands under restrictions imposed to fight the coronavirus.

Drastic steps announced by President Rodrigo Duterte this past week sparked widespread confusion and questions, prompting officials on Saturday to detail the measures and issue guidelines for the monthlong restrictions in Manila that will take effect on Sunday.

The measures include suspending domestic travel by land, air and sea to and from the capital region, home to more than 12 million people. Large gatherings like concerts and movies will be prohibited and most government work in executive department offices will be suspended in the metropolis. Suspensions of school classes at all levels were extended by a month.

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I've just received an email from Cebu Pacific that they are grounding all planes from tomorrow(18th March) until 14th April due to the "Enhanced Community Quarantine" measures of the Philippine Government.

This, shutting down of travel to and from Manila as well as all bar & business closures throughout the country will have a massive economic effect.

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In the Philippines, many prisoners are being released as there are COVID-19 outbreaks in the jails and there is no way to social distance as you can see in the pic below.

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11 hours ago, Pdoggg said:

In the Philippines, many prisoners are being released as there are COVID-19 outbreaks in the jails and there is no way to social distance as you can see in the pic below.

quezon.jpg

 

Isn't that a fantastic idea for spreading the virus?. Have the prisoners packed together, they catch the virus, then you let them out to spread it around. Now that is a good way of thinning the population!. Wonder who thought of that one?

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On 5/3/2020 at 11:01 AM, Woodie said:

Isn't that a fantastic idea for spreading the virus?. Have the prisoners packed together, they catch the virus, then you let them out to spread it around. Now that is a good way of thinning the population!. Wonder who thought of that one?

How about this one?   Curfew violators were packed together in a dog cage!     Don't mess with Duterte 

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But if you're a bakla you don't get caged.  Instead you have to do a sexy dance and tongue kiss each other.

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