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Golden Shower and Facesitting - STD risk

I have 3 questions and will appreciate your response.

I will be seeing a dominatrix and want to engage in golden shower and facesitting.

1. For Golden shower, I wouldn't do any mouth intake but it will be released on face and neck. I don't have any visible wounds but I shave face everyday and there can be minor invisible cuts on cheeks or neck because of shaving. Is there a risk of transmitting any type of STD with this ?

2. I do not plan on doing oral while being facesit, however I plan on bare facesitting. So, the dominatrix may release some juices and those may get to my face/nose/eyes. Is there a risk of transmitting any type of STD with this ? If yes, then question 3

3. What if the dominatrix does bare facesitting but doesn't release any juices. Can STD still transfer from butt to face/nose contact ?
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239123 tn?1267647614
MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
Welcome to the forum.  Directly to your questions:

1) Urine is generally non-infectious for STD or anything else.  Urine has strong antibacterial properties and gonorrhea, chlamydia, etc is rarely if ever transmitted by urine exposure.

2) There's probably a fine line between "facesitting" and cunnilingus (oral-vaginal contact).  Even overt cunnilingus is very low risk for both the vaginal and oral partner.  If any risk at all from such an exposure, I woudl be most concerned about herpes, if your partner is infected with HSV-2.  But even that is very low risk and I really wouldn't worry about it.

3) I'm not sure what you mean by "juices".  You can assume you definitely will be exposed to genital secretions (vaginal fluid, including mucus originating in the cervix); I don't see how that could be avoided.  If you are referring to female "ejaculation" with orgasm, that's just a squirt of urine, so see no. 1 above.

All things considered, the STD risks will be very small.  The greatest infection risk would be from intestinal infections, causing gastroenteritis, diarrhea, etc, but such exposure is more or less unavoidable.  Assuming you're not planning a barrier like plastic wrap, you'll just have to take your chances on it.  (Well, you could also ask the worker whether she has had a gastrointestinal illness recently, or if she has small kids at home who might have had the runs.  But that's of course not foolproof.)

Happy new year--  HHH, MD
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1. Is there a permanent treatment for gonorrhea and chlamydia. If so, how long does it take to be healthy again after being infected.

2. If face-sitting is done wearing bikinis then will it be safe ? i.e. only rubbing and no discharge.

Please let me know
239123 tn?1267647614
MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
Yes, treatment for gonorrhea and chlamydia are highly effective and "permanent"; they clear up entirely within a few days of treatment.

I would assume a cloth barrier would provide some protection, but presumably it depends on how much the bikini covers.
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Thanks for clarification on treatment for gonorrhea and chlamydia.

Little more information on facesitting will be very helpful:

Assuming following:
a) There is no  genital secretions (vaginal fluid, including mucus originating in the cervix) or ejaculation from the giver.
b) Recipient has mouth closed and has nose contact.

Can disease spread just by physical contact or there has to be a  transfer of   genital secretion or ejaculation ?
239123 tn?1267647614
MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
You are looking for definitive answers when none exist.  I cannot tell whether these minor details make any difference in STD risk.  You need to face this basic fact:  you have chosen a sexual lifestyle and practices that inherently carry some level of risk. For the reasons discussed, the STD risks are low but not zero, and they probably cannot be reduced to zero, except if you forego these practices.

That will end this thread.  I won't have anything more comments or advice.
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