Yes other johns have the right to know. But accuracy is important. Imagine that you saw 10 SPs this year (only 10, yeah right).
You think SP#10 gave it to you, but you make a mistake and it really was SP#9.
You think SP#1 gave you Herpes on January 1st.
But she was clean on January 1st and didn't catch it herself until February 1st. She gets tested today and shows positive and you "out" her.
In reality it was actually SP#2 who gave it to you on January 7th.
SP#2 gave you Herpes on January 7th.
But surprise! SP#3 all the way to SP#10 are all infected also even before you saw them. You "out" SP#2 and give everyone a false sense of health about SP#3 to SP#10
Some diseases can be passed along even without sex.
You picked up Hepatitis from that infected ice-cube in Tijuana.
Yes other Johns have the right to know, but how could we ever verify accuracy?
Where's Kahuna_01 when we need him. Getting his beauty sleep.
When I was visually inspected last week by the very serious STD worker, she assured me it wasn't herpes or warts. She said she's seen it all, and it looks more like a blister or an ingrown hair.
She told me not to worry about it. The problem is, I've had it for about 10 days now and it's still the same... Oh well, no sex for me until it goes away.
I'm just glad all my tests are negative. Sitting there waiting for your results really makes you question if sleeping around is really worth it. I can only imagine how the SP's feel considering they see dozens if not hundreds of clients in a year. YIKES!
From the time you are infected with HIV, it typically takes 3 months before any test will show positive. Thus, if you are heavily engaged in the hobby, you should get tested around every 3 months...just to be safe.
Other STD's chow up anywhere from a week to a two weeks after infection.
Hamster, I saw one of those "amazing but true" news reports
a few weeks ago, apparently you can cure warts easily on your
own. Yeah, all you do is cover the wart in duct tape for a
couple weeks, the lack of oxygen kills the wart. Why don't you
give it a try and let us know how it works!
Hammy: Yes, 3 months from infection...for HIV/AIDs to show up on a test.
How do I know? I asked a doctor once, after I got scared one time. I hate needles, but hell...I'm not going to let myself worry to death 'needle'ssly
Also, if you ask anyone in the porn industry how often they get tested, every 3-6 months would probably be your answer. Just because someone has a paper saying "I'm clean" doesn't mean they are...it just means that if they are infected, the test didn't pick it up because it was too early.
All I'm saying is that if you are really concerned about HIV, you should get checked up in another 3 months.
Note to self: Bring carrot for Angalina's guard bunnies.
Could it be, Angolina shagged Hampster to sleep and guard bunny thought he saw an old carrot, took one small nip, no like tast, and hopped back to private balcony with great view of city?
Just to be safe, next time I have the considerable pleasure of seeing Angalina I will bring bunnies each a nice big carrot.