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lastsamurai

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Howdy everyone,

Canadian expat here and I am currently living in the states. You might have got some hint about where I am at based on the greeting word. Anyway, I envy you guys for living in the hobby paradise.

I have a quick question about booking an agency girl and apologize if this had been asked before (did not quite find an direct answer in the search results). Will the agency disclose when was the last time the girl was tested STD negative? Thanks in advance.
 

Flyingby

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That’s not a bad question
But I am pretty sure the answer will be no
Maybe some indy’s might share that info. But I am not sure
 
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MCTJ

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Like @Flyingby said, you will almost certainly not get this information from an agency. An independent escort who is serious about her business will get tested often. I have addressed the topic with some of them. Will they show you proof? Maybe. My reasoning to reduce the risk would be to chose an escort who is lower volume, more educated (you'll have to figure that out yourself) and/or not new to the business. There is always a level of risk involved, moderated by the use of protection, and this is why clients should get tested too.
 

escxx173792

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There is always risk of std in every sexual encounter. I use my own judgement. If I see sign that makes me doubt, I don’t go at all. I don’t think any girls will show you proofs because it shows her real name and personal informations.
 

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Howdy everyone,

Canadian expat here and I am currently living in the states. You might have got some hint about where I am at based on the greeting word. Anyway, I envy you guys for living in the hobby paradise.

I have a quick question about booking an agency girl and apologize if this had been asked before (did not quite find an direct answer in the search results). Will the agency disclose when was the last time the girl was tested STD negative? Thanks in advance.

Discussed previously.


If you are concern about STD, then the answer you get from agency/independent is irrelevant as there is no way you can verify what you are told is true and a negative test from this very morning has no meaning as it can be a false negative because you have no idea if she tested too early from a potential infection (eg not enough viral load for test to pick up).

You should be testing yourself after the seroconversion period of the STD you can concern about has past since time of session.

Sample time period you must wait before testing to reduce chances of a false negative.


Take herpes for instance. It can take 1 to 4 months since exposure to for a test to pick up but can be transmittable well before that time. So a provider providing you with a negative test from this morning may not pick up a herpes exposure she picked up two weeks ago but when in fact she can be transmitting it.

So the question you should be asking if you are concern about STDs is not when she last had a negative test, it is when should I schedule my next test for.
 
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So the question you should be asking if you are concern about STDs is not when she last had a negative test, it is when should I schedule my next test for.

Totally agree!

And one important thing we should highlight from the screening table you posted is in many STD cases there's NO symptoms!
So if you don't get tested on a regular basis and you are asymptomatic, you keep seeing SP/clients without knowing you are infected and keep propagates STDs!

According to nurse at 24/7 clinic that tested me earlier this year, they see significant increase of STD cases in Montreal area since the beginning of Covid19 pandemic.

So if you don't get tested on a regular basis and keep booking SPs, I strongly recommend you to get tested at the earliest for the benefit of the entire community!
 
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Maker007

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Hi
I was planning on taking a Std.I had ask the nurse what would happen IF in fact I tested positive for std.
She told me that i have to provide the information of the girl i had the encounter with so that they can contact her.
However ive been only seeing agency SW.
What should i do??? Any advise would be appreciated
Thanks
 
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MrProfiteroles

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Hi
I was planning on taking a Std.I had ask the nurse what would happen IF in fact I tested positive for std.
She told me that i have to provide the information of the girl i had the encounter with so that they can contact her.
However ive been only seeing agency SW.
What should i do??? Any advise would be appreciated
Thanks
You just need to tell her you will contact them!
 

Flyingby

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But the nurse told me that i had to give her the number of the girl ,then she(the nurse) has to call the girl personnally.
Seriously? Are you some kind of man child that needs to be held by the hand to figure stuff out?
Tell the nurse you fucked an escort. That all you have is the girls fake name. Fake age and the agency number. Ask her if she wants to call and inform the booker
 

MrProfiteroles

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But the nurse told me that i had to give her the number of the girl ,then she(the nurse) has to call the girl personnally.
Nurse is not Detective! You will not go to jail if you don't give her the "agencies" numbers! Lol!
 

TheJames101

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what's this about a nurse calling to tell the person you fucked about you getting an std?? lol, never heard of this. It's none of their business. Getting an std isn't illegal.
 
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MCTJ

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what's this about a nurse calling to tell the person you fucked about you getting an std?? lol, never heard of this. It's none of their business. Getting an std isn't illegal.
It's called contact tracing (rings a bell?) and it's to break the chain of infection. Public health has been working this way , at least here in Canada, for decades. It's anonymous btw.
 
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TheJames101

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It's called contact tracing (rings a bell?) and it's to break the chain of infection. Public health has been working this way , at least here in Canada, for decades. It's anonymous btw.

Fair enough haha! I guess I overreacted a little :) Mainly I'd never heard of a nurse calling a former partner to tell them about std results.
 
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