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How the Porn Stars Prevent Sexual Diseases

Saturday , 17th March 2012 04:25:01 AM

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How the Porn Stars Prevent Sexual Diseases,

Transmission of venereal disease or sexually transmitted diseases are very susceptible to the porn star who often change partner and most do not use safety as a condom. How do porn stars prevent the transmission of sexual diseases?

Two porn stars Dylan Ryan and Danny Wylde had just started working together for the filming in Los Angeles. Previously they did a little awkward personal encounter. In a little over an hour of conversation that they are trying to get to know each other.

There is some anxiety from porn stars when it gets a new co-workers. One thing you usually worry about is getting a sexually transmitted disease from his new colleagues, so both have been tested for sexually transmitted diseases at least once a month.

“Before you ‘work’, you should see the test results of others. Or sometimes on site (shooting), before they begin to show results of tests on paper,” explains Wylde.

“Tests of sexually transmitted diseases is a good idea for anyone who had sex with a new partner, even if you’re not a porn star though. I think it really works,” explains Dr. Craig Strafford, director of clinical research at the Holzer Clinic in Gallipolis, Ohio.

According to Sixto Pacheco, president and CEO of Talent Testing Service, which performs tests for sexually transmitted diseases players adult movies, porn stars are routinely tested for HIV, chlamydia and gonorrhea. In addition, some players chose to test additional panels such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C and syphilis.

Ryan admitted when having sex with men outside of work he was always using condoms. But unlike Ryan, Wylde said that about once a year he came to the doctor with a case of chlamydia or gonorrhea.

HIV testing including a very complicated, because it will probably show negative results when samples were taken too soon after a person has HIV.

This is because most people do not produce enough antibodies to be detected until about one month after infection. Some people take three months or more to be able to detect such antibodies.

“I thought about this all the time. This is the biggest risk in this industry and I think this is one thing that gives me comfort. Convenience Small is that people who worked with me to have sex practices is very strong and more secure, because of what they do is to live, “explains Ryan.

While Wylde said he was not too worried about contracting HIV because he only had sex with women (heterosexual), but he knew that he still has at least a small risk.

“There are risks in many jobs, such as professional athletes also have risks. When starting a new relationship, many people want to know what diseases they have to test. This is a very common question, both men and women,” said Strafford.

Both the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and the American Social Health Association has a list of sexually transmitted diseases should be tested if someone had sex for the first time.

But after discussions with various experts PMS, the following list of sexually transmitted disease tests suggested that many doctors:

1. Chlamydia
Usually testing is done with urine samples. Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease caused by bacteria. Complications are rare, but in women can cause chronic pelvic pain, infertility and ectopic pregnancy. This disease can be easily treated and cured with antibiotics.

2. Gonorrhoea (gonorrhea)
Gonorrhea testing is also done with a urine test. Some men have no symptoms of gonorrhea, there tetapa who experience symptoms such as pain during urination or the smell of delicious tang of the penis.

Antibiotics can treat the disease, but if left untreated gonorrhea can cause infertility in men and women and can be life-threatening if it spreads to the blood or joints.

3. Syphilis
Diagnosis of syphilis is done by blood tests. The disease is easily treated at an early stage, but if left untreated can cause blindness or even death.

4. Hepatitis A and B
“Men who have sex with men (homosexual) should talk with your doctor to get tests for hepatitis A and B, and should also be vaccinated against the disease,” said Dr. Hunter Handsfield, a professor of clinical medicine at the University of Washington Center for AIDS and STDs.

5. HIV
People can be HIV positive for several weeks or months before results of blood tests showed positive results.

- http://healthnhealthy.com

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