So, what to do if you get infected from a prostitute? Use condoms every time you have sex with a prostitute. If you use a lubricant, make sure it is not water-based (water-based lubricants can damage the condom). Always use a condom with prostitutes, this will save you from most possible troubles.
Condoms do not guarantee 100% prevention of diseases or pregnancy, but they are very effective when used correctly, so never forget about them and consider the following factors:
- Checking the expiration date of a condom;
- Make sure that the condom packaging is not punctured;
- Follow the instructions to put the condom on properly;
- Always leave space on the tip of the condom;
- Unfold the condom on the penis. Do not try to unfold it before putting it on;
- Use a condom-safe lubricant during sexual intercourse (look for lubricants on special bases so as not to damage the condom);
- Keep the condom on when taking it off after sex so that it doesn’t slip off;
- Dispose of the condom correctly;
- Never remove the condom or put it on again;
- Never use a condom again. Use a new condom every time you have sex;
How to get cured if you get infected from a prostitute?
Sexually transmitted diseases, or sexually transmitted infections caused by bacteria, are usually easier to treat. Viral infections can be treated, but they can’t always be cured.
Treatment of sexual diseases usually consists of one of the following actions, depending on the infection:
Antibiotics (such as amoxil), often in a single dose, can cure many sexually transmitted bacterial and parasitic infections, including gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis. Typically, you will be treated for gonorrhea and chlamydia at the same time, because the two infections often appear together.
As soon as you start treatment with antibiotics, immediately develop a specific diet. If you don’t think you can take your medication as prescribed, tell your doctor. A shorter and simpler course of treatment may be available.
In addition, it is important to refrain from sex for up to seven days after you have finished treatment with antibiotics and all ulcers have healed. Experts also suggest that the women should be re-examined in about three months, as there is a high probability of re-infection. For men, this is easier.
Antiviral drugs. If you have herpes or HIV, you will be prescribed an antiviral drug. You will have fewer herpes relapses if you take daily suppressive therapy with a prescribed antiviral drug.
Antiviral drugs can keep HIV infection under control for many years. However, it is impossible to completely recover from the virus, and its consequences will still remind you of yourself.
The earlier you start the treatment, the more effective it will be. If you take your medications exactly as directed, you can reduce the proportion of the virus so much that it is unlikely to be detected.
If you have had a sexual illness, ask your doctor how long after treatment you need to undergo a second examination. Repeated testing ensures that the treatment has worked and that you have not been re-infected.