MEMBERS' DATING ADVICE & SAFETY TIPS (1,400+)

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  • Before you have sexual contact
    Even when you have met a potential partner that is aware of your STD and possibly has the same STD, do not forget about other types of transmittable diseases and illnesse ... For detail, click here.
  • Carry a condom around with you
    So, you found out your status and now that the smoke has cleared you are ready to get back on the dating scene. Only difference is you have to tread the waters lightly. I ... For detail, click here.
  • Check how old they (test results) are. If the person hesitates and starts making excuses; that's a red flag.
    You meet someone new and the sparks are flying. Take a step back and ask them for their latest test results and check how old they are. If the person hesitates and sta ... For detail, click here.
  • Do not meet anyone until you've confirmed they have tested recently. Ask for proof.
    Before meeting anyone on this site or any for that matter you must ask if they have tested since their last sexual encounter. Sometimes you will do that then meet the per ... For detail, click here.
  • Get STD test before intimate activity
    Although we are all looking for a relationship of some sort or love, it is important that we take our time before we meet face to face with those we meet on this ... For detail, click here.
  • How to prevent your virus from catching a free ride to another host?
    Before you "engage" with a new partner, there are a couple of things you can do to prevent your virus from catching a free ride to another host. First, check your lymph ... For detail, click here.
  • How to stay disease free on first sexual contact
    As a family nurse practitioner, I see a lot of men and women who are concerned about their sexual health after unprotected sexual exposure. Dating experience can ... For detail, click here.
  • If you suspect that you may have an STD, go see the doc before laying down with a new lover
    Living with a STD is tough, but it is tougher for the other person that you didn't have an STD until you came along. If you suspect that you may have an STD go see the do ... For detail, click here.
  • It's a must to take your own durex.
    You trust the person you've emailed for weeks or months but it doen't matter! Take your own durex as there's plenty of people who are still stupidly saying can not use yours. ... For detail, click here.
  • It's amazing that a majority of the people (here) will accept your situation and even have sex with you it's really amazing
    I recently met another lady and informing a new friend about your status is very difficult especially when you're interested in a relationship. This lady was very special and ... For detail, click here.
  • It's important to prevent from getting other STDs
    Even though we already have an STD we have to take precaution from getting others. Some STDs there are more than one kind of that STD like herpes there is type 1 and 2 an ... For detail, click here.
  • It's important to use condoms every time
    I know it can be so easy to get caught up in the moment when you feel like you've found someone you really care about. But it's important to use condoms every time you ha ... For detail, click here.
  • Know your partner
    I thought that I knew mine but as it turns out I really didn't, it is always helpful to remain abstinent as that is the only way to truly be safe from std's, don't engage ... For detail, click here.
  • Proper protection when having sex
    I would advise everyone: -When Having Intercourse *use condoms always -When Having Oral *use seram wrap on genitals (covered) and yes you can still fe ... For detail, click here.
  • Protect yourself - even if the signs aren't visible
    I read that it's possible to spread the herpes virus during sex even when the person who has the virus does not have any active or visible lesions and its TRUE....I conta ... For detail, click here.
  • Sex? There's still one thing to remember
    Ok, so you have an STD. That's why we're all here. While it's great that you have found people you can relate to and date without having "the talk", you still need to be ... For detail, click here.
  • The only sure way to find out is for you both to get retested for all STD's
    So you discovered you have an STD and its impacted your dating life tremendously. Now you have the ethical responsibility of disclosing your status to potential intimate ... For detail, click here.
  • Visit the doctor together for a fresh start.
    Once you're ready to take the next step and have sex with your new partner, I recommend going with your partner to the doctors and both get fully tested for all std's. If you ... For detail, click here.
  • We still need to be mindful that safe sex practices are still needed
    Even though you may have acquired an STD we all still need to be mindful that safe sex practices are still needed. Those of us who have joined this club should be more aw ... For detail, click here.

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