Let's keep fingers crossed that nothing got passed on! I am not sure if they have strict codes that they have to follow such as testing like they do in the Bunny Ranch in Nevada. Just do not worry yourself silly and cause mental anguish about this until you know for sure! Are there no clinics where you are at where you can have some testing done now?View Thread
I hope you have been using protection with all your partners cause now they have it!! Did you not get any information from you providers about what had and the side effects... Also GOOGLE and WEBMD are great tools for more info on this.View Thread
All of these procedures are considered "experimental surgery." Severe complications include -- but are not limited to -- penis shortening, a lumpy or uneven appearance, scarring, sexual dysfunction, and curvature of the penis. These complications often cannot be corrected. I would read more on articles offered through Web MD and also contact you local Urologist for more assistance.View Thread
Were you suppose to take all 4 pills in one shot of spread it out through a couple of days? It is recommended not to drink any alcohol when taking antibiotics I would hold off but then that's my opinion.View Thread
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