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stds and weightloss

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can you guys please let me know if stds such as gonorrhea or chlamydia cause weight loss? Basically as you can read from my conversation on the experts forum I have had multiple csw exposures:

1) Many many episodes of condom protected lap dances...i put the condom on before my visits and I just receive a lap dance while fully clothed and condoms under clothes.

2) I forgot to mention this in my post but also a few condom protected hand jobs.

3) finally and most worrying, condom protected oral sex on two different occasions.

now in the past few months I have lost tons of weight unintentionally. Do you guys think this is related? Please let me know.
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1) Why would you put on a condom for a lap dance?


Nothing you did every put you at risk for a STD.
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hello vance...i put a condom on during a lap dance for extra protection..my clothes might let in some liquids who knows. Thanks for your response
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You have no reason to wear a condom for a lap dance, STD's are not passed that way. You have to have unprotected oral, vaginal and/or anal sex for a possible risk.
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vance do you think that a condom protected oral sex is somewhat less risky than a condom protected vaginal sex? I am trying to gauge my risk level.
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Yes it is, just because STD's like herpes, syphilis and HPV are transmitted from skin to skin contact. But any protected sex its self is safe sex and does not pose any real risk.
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Let me expand a little...should you be worried about protected oral sex...No, should you be worried about protected vaginal and/or anal sex...No.
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