Super Gonorrhea

lenny

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UhOh

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Stay safe, get checked routinely once every 3 months, play safe . If you get a rash, burning on urination or painful greenish discharge. See a doctor and don't see a lady until you have a clean bill of health.

Don't go looking for the street walking, back page advertising, discount, bargain bin, fuck of the week either.
Maybe in some la la land people follow the rules and play it safe but welcome to planet earth where they don't.
 

lenny

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Aren't condoms nearly a 100 percent effective against gonorrhea?
No.

"As with most sexually transmitted diseases, the risk of infection can be reduced significantly by the correct use of condoms and can be removed almost entirely by limiting sexual activities to a mutually monogamous relationship with an uninfected person.[14][15]"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonorrhea#Prevention

http://www.ringsurf.com/online/951-gonorrhea.html
Those links are very vague as to whether or not you can actually get gonorrhea through protected sex. Rebound did say "nearly" 100% effective. It's my understanding that that is true - assuming proper and consistent condom use of course. STD prevention sources never like to say condoms completely protect you from anything, as it's difficult to study and people cannot be guaranteed to use them properly and consistently or never have one break, slip off etc. The second link does say:

The major reason why individuals acquire gonorrhea is by having unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected partner.
The CDC says:

Any sexually active person can get gonorrhea through unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex.
 

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Getting gonorrhea while wearing a condom is virtually impossible.

First off your partner has to have gonorrhea which even in sex workers is unlikely. Gonorrhea from female to male vaginal sex carries a risk of about 25% chance of passing the infection, oral sex though unproven, is theoretically even harder.

Condoms have 100% theoretical protection against diseases that are transmitted sexually, however their use effectiveness is dimished due to inproper use, defects, and misreporting data on when study subjects used condoms.

If you are using condoms consistently and as intended you are close to 100 percent safe against stds that aren't passed via skin to skin transmission.
 

lenny

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Those links are very vague as to whether or not you can actually get gonorrhea through protected sex. Rebound did say "nearly" 100% effective.
IMO there is no question about it; "you can actually get gonorrhea through protected sex". Why? Because no protection is 100% effective. They all can fail, whether it's condoms, STI testing, or relying on a supposedly monogamous partner being faithful, etc.

It was asked: "Aren't condoms nearly a 100 percent effective against gonorrhea?" When condoms fail (slip off, break, leak or are otherwise defective), then it is comparable to having sex without a condom. According to one of the links, which i assume referred to condomless sex:

"Men have a 20% chance of getting the infection by having sexual relations with a woman infected with gonorrhea. However, women have a 50% chance of getting the infection by having sexual relations with a man infected with gonorrhea. "

If we assume condom use (both proper and sloppy users included) cuts that risk five fold, then the risk for gonorrhea infection is 4% for men and 10% for women.

"Gonorrhea is the second most commonly reported STI in British Columbia."

http://smartsexresource.com/topics/gonorrhea

Fortunately it is almost always a minor infection that is very easily treated.