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Some advice

Postby Admin » 14 Jan 2011, 23:05 •  [Post 1]

I recall from memory some advice for Thailand I collected through the years:

- don't sleep naked, wear at least a T-shirt to protect your chest from the aircon
- pack some imodium
- buy some hand disinfectant in Thailand, use before eating and anytime you want
- avoid putting your fingers into your eyes
- bring some betadine or equivalent to wash your private parts (also helps against athlete's foot)
- if you shave your private parts, do so at least 12 hours before any encounter to allow the skin to heal
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Re: Some advice

Postby Admin » 15 Jan 2011, 01:36 •  [Post 2]

betadine is used in surgery to clean everything.
good antiseptic, google it!

don't let LBs cum in your eye! there is no skin barrier there and the nasty bugs can pass into your blood!
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Re: Some advice

Postby jcs » 08 Feb 2011, 13:52 •  [Post 3]

Rehydration salts!!!!! one of these before you go to bed, especially if you have had a skin full, wake up feeling pretty good.

Use as well when you have the shits...

available in all pharmacies for about 10-12 bht....i use Stronk(spelling) brand...
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Re: Some advice

Postby jcs » 08 Feb 2011, 13:54 •  [Post 4]

Good for travelling/general use is the little tubes of alcohol gel hand cleanser, especially useful on long flights where it is full of coughing/sick travellers..
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Re: Some advice

Postby Jake » 08 Feb 2011, 22:37 •  [Post 5]

Tips I can think off the top of my head are:

- Visit a pharmacy for vitamins, mouthwash & condoms (duh!)

- Always pack 2 toothbrushes.. keep 1 in your bags and use that to brush incase any unseen problem with the toothbrush in the bathroom.

- Wash your hands before every meal (if no running water, use a wet wipe).

- Be observant of other people's hygiene. If someone just came from the bathroom and starts eating peanuts at a bar, don't eat the same peanuts. Who knows if they washed their hands?

- Everyone's body anatomy is different so eat stuff which your body will not react negatively to.

- Carry some kraft mac and cheese boxes or whatever when overseas and keep some bread and cheese or grape jelly or marmalade in the room.
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Re: Some advice

Postby Total Nutter » 03 Apr 2014, 23:54 •  [Post 6]

Condoms, and lots of mouthwash, both for the hooks and LBs
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