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coranimuscorcill 53F  
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7/20/2017 3:05 pm
Super Oral

This is quite sobering!
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A few quotes below from Forbes Magazine, dated Jul 9, 2017, by Bruce Y. Lee.
Super Gonorrhea Is Spreading: What's Oral Sex Got To Do With It,

* "It is a sexually transmitted bacteria, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, that is resistant to most if not all the antibiotics that we have available."
* "...the WHO has indicated that strains of untreatable gonorrhea have emerged in three countries: Japan, France and Spain."
* " If you are a woman, untreated gonorrhea can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which can in turn lead to things such as pelvic or abdominal pain, ectopic pregnancies (when the fetus grows outside the uterus), pregnancy complications and infertility. If you are a man, untreated gonorrhea can cause bad inflammation and pain in your testicles."
* "Untreated, the bacteria can also spread to other parts of your body and even be life threatening."
* " What can you do to protect against super gonorrhea? Dispel the notion that oral sex is automatically safe sex. Unless you are sure that your partner does not have gonorrhea, use condoms or dental dams for protection. Of course, condoms or dental dams are not 100% effective but they are much better than using nothing. Moreover, don't automatically treat sore throats with antibiotics, and be clear to your doctor about your sexual history. You and your partner also should make sure you are tested and be upfront with each other about sore throats or any other symptoms. "

From the CDC (Center for Disease Control) :
* "Gonorrhea has progressively developed resistance to the antibiotic drugs prescribed to treat it."
* "Antibiotic resistance (AR) is the ability of bacteria to resist the effects of the drugs used to treat them. This means the germs are not killed and they will continue to reproduce. Neisseria (N.) gonorrhoeae, the bacteria that cause the STD gonorrhea, has developed resistance to nearly all of the antibiotics used for gonorrhea treatment: sulfonilamides, penicillin, tetracycline, and fluoroquinolones, such as ciprofloxacin. We are currently down to one last effective class of antibiotics, cephalosporins, to treat this common infection. This is an urgent public health threat because gonorrhea control in the United States largely relies on effective antibiotic therapy."

From the WHO (World Health Organization):
Article, "Scientists warn that antibiotic-resistant gonorrhoea is on the rise" dated 07 July 2017.
* "New data from 77 countries show that antibiotic resistance is making gonorrhoea much harder – and sometimes impossible – to treat."
* "WHO reports widespread resistance to older and cheaper antibiotics. Some countries—particularly high-income ones, where surveillance is best—are finding cases of the infection that are untreatable by all known antibiotics."
* "There are no affordable, rapid, point-of-care diagnostic tests for gonorrhoea, which makes the infection difficult to accurately detect, diagnose and treat. Many people who are infected with gonorrhoea do not have any symptoms, so they go undiagnosed and untreated."
* "The development of new antibiotics is not very attractive to commercial pharmaceutical companies, as treatments are taken only for short periods of time (unlike medicines for chronic diseases) and, they also become less effective as resistance develops, meaning that the supply of new drugs constantly needs to be replenished."

Another piece of relevant information: Going Down Downer

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CleavageFan4U 61M  
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11/13/2017 12:44 pm

How upsetting!

Never tried the flavored products, but it might be time.

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coranimuscorcill replies on 11/14/2017 3:07 am:
Indeed. There's another blog post farther back that I need to link to this one that's also an eye opener.

Luv24Q2 46M
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10/5/2017 11:38 am

Interesting, and some of the urgent care ctrs that have sprung up all over the US will treat w/multiple antibiotics BEFORE tests come back...

coranimuscorcill replies on 10/6/2017 3:36 am:
Which is a double edged sword for the patient because if the infection is viral, the anti-biotics won't work.

sexnos 58M  
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10/1/2017 11:25 pm

Oral sex is one of the great joys of life. Does it mean that I have to ask partners for STD testing proof? If so, what is an adequate time period between tests?

coranimuscorcill replies on 10/3/2017 9:49 pm:
This is exactly why flavored condoms were invented.
STDs are actually on the rise for people in middle age and later according to an article I read this weekend on BBC news.
As far as testing, there are far more strains of HPV (human papilloma virus) is **the most common*** of STDs, per the CDC's HPV page. Seriously, go there and read more - such as:
-There are **no tests** to find out if a person has HPV.
-There is no approved HPV test to find HPV in the mouth or throat.
-Most people with HPV do not know they are infected and never develop symptoms or health problems from it. Some people find out they have HPV when they get genital warts. Women may find out they have HPV when they get an abnormal Pap test result (during cervical cancer screening). Others may only find out once they’ve developed more serious problems from HPV, such as cancers.

coranimuscorcill 53F  
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7/24/2017 7:47 am

    Quoting  :

sixtyneight69 - Thank you for your professional input. So rare and appreciated.
Since I know that many will wonder,
1) Is this cream available without a prescription in in Denmark, England, or Canada?
2) Can a non citizen of those countries obtain it?

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coranimuscorcill replies on 7/25/2017 4:59 pm:
Received this via emails:
I was pharmacist representative doing a lot of clinical trial work with such as Roche (Valium), Fisons UK (asthma cure), and Leo Denmark (Fucidin).

Fucidin is replacing Vancomycin as the final bastion, even now. The Centres for Disease Control in Georgia are very subject to " monetary incentives", I know. I was a 'carpet bagger' before retirement.

The Fucidin cream is used as a general topical cream/oint. in Canada, and it just happens not to have any resistance for many reasons including the way it works. It is used as first aid because it doesn't allow worry of resistance. The Danes are cagey, they don't want to lose it to American generic copiers, which would happen if they marketed it. It is 'by prescription' in Canada.

coranimuscorcill 53F  
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7/20/2017 7:32 pm

xDude456 - Yes, so true - and verifying health histories is important so that precautions for "safer" sex can be utilized.

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xDude456 57M
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7/20/2017 4:44 pm

wow, thanks for the information, re enforces importance of really knowing someone before engaging in any kind of sexual activity.

thanks again

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