Sex is exhilarating, sex is fun, and sex can be incredibly rewarding for all concerned, especially when you find a new lover. But, how often have you thought about the health of your new sexual partners before you jumped in and started exploring their interests? Being bedroom savvy is about protecting your health and ensuring that you don’t come into contact with any hidden “nasties” or unwanted surprises while you are enjoying yourself.
Remember, knowledge is power even in the bedroom, so inquire, casually, about your lover’s sexual history. This is just one way to help you find out whether you should be concerned with this lover because you honestly don’t want to get burned. For example, if your new lover has had a number of partners, has slept with a prostitute, or is bisexual, then this should raise warning flags and mandate the use of a condom to protect yourself from any unwanted illnesses. And, even if a new lover swears to being celibate or has rarely been kissed, still wear a condom until you get to know a new lover better.
Think of it like this: you wear sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun’s harmful rays and, potentially, skin cancer. So, why not be armed with several condoms to protect your sexual well-being? In addition to this, it is also an excellent idea to carry out an inspection of your new lover’s penis if he has a warts on penile shaft before penetration. This need not be awkward if you follow these steps:
There are various medical treatments that doctors use to remove genital warts. The main 3 are: Cryotherapy, liquid nitrogen is used to freeze off the warts. Electrocautery , using electrical current to burn off the warts. Trichloracetic acid, using a chemical compound to get rid of the warts. These medical treatments require numerous visits and can be quiet painful. One alternative is Wartrol their homeopathic treatment has the best documented ingredients that have been proven to remove genital warts. This pain free treatment has the added edge of being able to be used in the privacy of the sufferers own home. No laying embarrassingly naked on the doctors table while closely inspect your private region.
Most sexually transmitted diseases, such as AIDS and syphilis, cannot be seen on a penis and others, such as herpes and genital warts, are extremely difficult, if not impossible, to cure. Therefore, if you do not know your new lover well or enjoy having different sexual partners, it is advisable to use a condom every time you have sex.
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