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tophat ffan
Since: Jul '14 Vip  
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tophat Deemorrison619
Since: Mar '17
pushpin 238 - 12 Reviews


You won't get it if you get the vaccine right?







tophat Yogibearhere
Since: Aug '16
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Got immunized for Hep A and B last year.  Was a series of shots over course of 6 months.   







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tophat jayblank23
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 592 - 24 Reviews


Isn’t most of America immunized? I had the shots when I was a kid. I’m sure vaccines were required for me to attend school. And they are for the kids now, I’m not sure what the anti vaccination parents are doing with their kids.







tophat Beefy
Since: Dec '14
pushpin 1431 - 4 Reviews


Just about everyone was immunized as children for this, anyone who has served got the vaccine, anyone who washes their hands properly has little chance of getting this, anyone not completely filthy has little chance of catching this, not interacting with needle using drug addicts reduces your chances of catching this to almost nothing...


This is literally an issue for homeless addicts and illegal aliens who don't wash their hands, who were also never vaccinated.


Furthermoore ~1000 people in 2 counties over the course of a year on a mostly non leathal disease does not equal an epidemic.







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tophat strapclown916
Since: Dec '14
pushpin 455 - 13 Reviews


you have to remeber, there were those liberal fucktard parents who did not believe in vacation and now there kids are adults and getting these fucked up diseases.  If you are a parent, DON'T BE A FUCKTARD,  GET YOUR KIDS VACCINATED.


Problem. .....Problem Solved 







tophat climaxx
Since: Nov '16
pushpin 37 - 2 Reviews


"Hepatitis A is most commonly transmitted through contaminated food, but the California outbreak is spreading from person to person, mostly among the homeless and those in unsanitary conditions."


Don't get it on with homeless people or in unsanitary conditions... and yur good








tophat ffan
Since: Jul '14 Vip  
pushpin 188 - 14 Reviews


Right, I see.  We're, for the most part, immunized.  Forgot that point.  







Bill and monica
tophat Maxoff
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 307 - 8 Reviews


Right, I see.  We're, for the most part, immunized.  Forgot that point.  

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Not really    http://www.immunize.org/laws/hepa.asp







Bill and monica
tophat Maxoff
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 307 - 8 Reviews


Well, hep a is transmittable through oral sex, so does this make you think 2x for bbbj now?
it has me pondering.  Thoughts?

https://www.westernjournalism.com/california-officially-declares-state-of-emergency-over-deadly-outbreak/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=westernjournalism&utm_content=2017-10-14&utm_campaign=manualpost

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Hep A is transmitted by fecal/oral route, usually related to poor sanitation.  It can be transmitted by "sexual activity"  which is often poorly specified but means anal/oral and anal genital contact.  Guaranteed you will not find any data stating how many cases or how frequently bbbj transmits Hep A because that's not how it works.  That said, any bbbj or unprotected daty activity could potentially transmit Hep A if the activity  involves anal contact or anal contamination.  So no, Hep A does not make me think twice about bbbj risks - especially as an fbsm fan which typically involves a thorough shower and scrubbing of both parties and no anal-oral contact. 

Car dates and SW are a totally different (riskier) situation "Caveat Emptor" especially when the recent San Diego and Santa Cruz outbreaks of Hep A are affecting the homeless population.







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tophat Megatron
Since: Aug '14
pushpin 2639 - 12 Reviews


Yep just don't pick up homeless women and raw dog them in the butts and you'll all be fine.







tophat MeatPole
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 508 - Qr 51 Reviews


LOL, good one, Mega.


No one has mentioned that besides a readily available vaccine, Hep A can be easily treated and cured.







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tophat peckerotis
Since: Jul '16
pushpin 1358 - 4 Reviews


BBBJs are (relatively) safe. Rimming is questionable - bacteria, parasites, hepatitis, etc. DATY is also (relatively) safe. BBFS is risky. BB Greek is definitely dangerous. 







tophat propanm1
Since: Oct '15 Vip  
pushpin 71 - 1 Review


Actually, many of those "fucktards" are right-wing, bible-thumping, home-shooling, anti-science, alternative fact-believing, ignorant fools. You'd feel right at home 🤣







tophat johntmz
Since: Aug '15
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rose LollyPoptart
Since: Jul '15 Vip  
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They don’t actually “treat” it. I got hep a a few years ago from contaminated food. There’s not much they can do but monitor your internal organs while it runs it’s course, which is about six months. It’s like food poisoning all day every day for six months and it sucks pretty hard tbh. But then it’s done and you won’t get it again. My kids were all immunized but at my age it wasn’t given to us as kids. So some of y’all might be immunized but a lot of you are not.  







tophat MeatPole
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 508 - Qr 51 Reviews


That does not sound fun.

Yes, I think it's only folks born after 1997 who are immunized at birth for A & B.  I just finished getting immunized for both (B cant be cured, but sometimes goes away on its own)...







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tophat Luckydreamer
Since: Jun '15 Vip  
pushpin 14 - 3 Reviews


Maybe there should be a new forum


“Fucktards For Vacation?”


I assume that would be most of us ...


(sorry ... feeling thrown for a loop on a day when it has come to light that even Stuart Smalley has been implicated in the vast male conspiracy of graspy, exploitative and unconsented to ‘boorish’ behavior)







Felixbag
tophat peckerotis
Since: Jul '16
pushpin 1358 - 4 Reviews


Hepatitis A,B, and C are all caused by viruses. Viruses cannot be treated with antibiotics as can bacteria. Viruses can suppress the immune system and make you more susceptible to complications such as secondary bacterial infections which can be treated. Immunostimulants can be used to strengthen the immune response and some drugs can be used to inhibit further viral multiplication in your body and lessen the danger of transmission.