I went around a month ago and will be going back in December. The bar girls are high volume and do not take as good care of themselves as others. I've met a few very beautiful and sexy escorts that are reasonable in price and they are much lower volume. Safety is key over there and I find that the escorts are a much safer bet (and a lot better).
Glad to hear about that and thanks for the warning too. Sorry you had such issues.
Posted By: Udo I arrived home from a two week vacation in Thailand and developed a severe eye infection the next day. My vision was great reduced as my eye was nearly shut, cherry red and dripping yellow pus. My general doctor told me it was the worst eye he ever saw in his life.
Ultimately, I went to the opthalmologist for treatment and the infection was found to be Chlamydia Trachoma. I suffered badly for about two weeks and was not able to drive a car or work. The infection was finally eliminated by a procedure where my eyelids were inverted and scraped of infected tissue while I took two consecutive doses of Azithromycin (1 gram per day).
I was very active as a hobbyist in Thailand since the cost per session was very cheap ($25-$50 US dollars) for GFE. I did practice safe sex for every session on this trip. However, I had daty, dfk and bbbj for every session.
The scary thing is that my doctor told me that Chlamydia can be easily transmitted to the eye by just touching a woman's infected genitals and then accidentally rubbing your eyes afterward without first disinfecting your hands. Scary thought since you can have "safe sex" and still develop a severe and possibly blinding eye infection.
Everyone is afraid of AIDS. However, AIDS is easily prevented with safe sex. How common is Chlamydia among US providers? Do providers get tested weekly for disease?
I am just pretty scared to partake in the hobby since "safe sex" can still get you sick. Anyone have any ideas?