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    Would i transmit a disease if i did this?

    Last year i fulfilled my dream of worshiping feet with two female escorts. But now, i want to go beyond that and pay for one session of pussy licking. I have been suffering from body odor for 7 years and i know its a really bad and moronic idea considering its an escort. Those two combinations is a disaster waiting to happen. Besides, i probably developed a disease from all that foot worship. I have no hope that the body odor will disappear despite trying many methods so i guess its now or never.

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    Foot worship won't give you an STD, but paying to stick your tongue down a prostitutes knickers almost certainly will. In all seriousness, don't do it if you value your life.

    If the body odour is bothering you, have you thought about seeing a doctor? It could be something completely simple to get over.
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    I very seriously doubt you developed a disease from foot worship. Anyhow, pretty much what ergle said; your best bet here is medical help if you've tried a bunch of remedies already.
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    I definitely won't do it then if that's the case. I can't remember seeing a doctor about my BO. Although, my CPN knows and they keep saying "spray deodorant" (as do everyone i talk to about it), when they don't know that just masks the odor and makes it three times worse, once the body odor and deodorant mix together later on in the day. I have tried apple cider vinegar and baking soda. The only thing that is supposed to work is a raw veg diet but since I'm taking medication it negates the effects of the whole diet which i have read over the internet. Don't know whether that's true or not. Also, i would have to maintain that diet for at least a month and that would be physically impossible for me. I only managed it for 5 days several years ago.

    Thanks a lot for the reply.

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    I just asked my family if i had seen a doctor for the BO and they said i have, many times. I guess my memory is as bad as my mental health.

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    Also, "use deodorant" is the worst advice i have been given. Its like something a 10 year old would say. I might as well use deodorant for my bad breath, maybe it will make everything better...

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    There are "dental dams" that can protect you from contracting an STD during oral sex. I haven't used on or had one used on me, but it's worth a shot!

    Could the body odor be a side effect of your medication?
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    Thanks for the suggestion. The body odor has been present since 2009 and i have been taking medication since 2013 so i highly doubt its a side effect.

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    I definitely agree with the others about foot play versus going down on an escort, two totally different things, the latter being a bad idea for sure. Do it with a woman you trust and know she's clean and recently tested at least!

    Also with the body odour, have you considered that it may be a result of too much sweating? Ask your doctor but you may sweat more than the average person which can really contribute to it. Bacteria forms in certain damp conditions, especially if you are quite hairy on your body as well, it will generally occur in those areas and the bacteria combined with different factors cause the smell. Have you tried shaving or at least trimming those spots to help reduce heat and such? You can also try putting baby powder in those places periodically. I hope something helps!
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    Oops, double posted somehow.
    Last edited by Djinn; 31-12-2016 at 03:02 PM. Reason: Error
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    Quote Originally Posted by oglop View Post
    Also, "use deodorant" is the worst advice i have been given. Its like something a 10 year old would say. I might as well use deodorant for my bad breath, maybe it will make everything better...
    Hmm, what about antiperspirant? I mean my BO gets pretty offensive if I don't follow the process of: Scrub/rinse cycle three times, shave the pits about once/month, and then apply anti-antiperspirant after my shower in the evening, and then once again in the morning. I find the hair holds a lot of the odor, and that deodorant does exactly what you say. It just masks the scent, but I find the antiperspirant prevents some of the moisture that causes the scent from forming in the first place, and the more religious cleaning + shaving deals with the more "stuck in" odors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sacurason View Post
    Hmm, what about antiperspirant? I mean my BO gets pretty offensive if I don't follow the process of: Scrub/rinse cycle three times, shave the pits about once/month, and then apply anti-antiperspirant after my shower in the evening, and then once again in the morning. I find the hair holds a lot of the odor, and that deodorant does exactly what you say. It just masks the scent, but I find the antiperspirant prevents some of the moisture that causes the scent from forming in the first place, and the more religious cleaning + shaving deals with the more "stuck in" odors.

    You've probably heard it all before, but if you haven't I hope that helps you in some way! Happy New Years!
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    especially if you are quite hairy on your body as well, it will generally occur in those areas and the bacteria combined with different factors cause the smell.
    Whoops, posted before I read what Djinn said because I didn't see his second paragraph about the body odor. I am quite hairy myself, and can attest to that causing the majority of any BO trouble I've had in the past.
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    Thanks a lot for the replies and suggestions. I am also quite hairy, i have tried shaving and trimming but that doesn't help at all. I really don't think an antiperspirant will work. My hands become sticky even when they are not sweaty. The BO has been active for 7 years and it only gets worse over the years. I guess the only solution is a raw veg detox diet. It will be extremely tough to maintain it but hopefully, some day, i will be able to overcome this problem.

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    Question: Do you eat garlic on a regular basis. When garlic is injested it stays in the bloodstream for days, and makes the body reek oft bad odors. Even if not garlic, try to pinpoint what foods can be causing this.
    Last edited by FootTimes; 02-01-2017 at 12:39 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FootTimes View Post
    Question: Do you eat garlic on a regular basis. When garlic is injected it stays in the bloodstream for days, and makes the body reek oft bad odors. Even if not garlic, try to pinpoint what foods can be causing this.
    Or perhaps a combination of both ideas? A radical change in diet, followed by slowly adding in the meals you usually eat? Probably keep a food log as you add the food back in and you might be able to find what's causing your problem
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    Guilty. I do eat takeaway food everyday. Lots of chicken. I have absolutely no self-esteem and minimal willpower to maintain a diet. Lack of diet is most certainly the cause of the BO.

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    Bad diet certainly causes more body odor. I have noticed if I only eat fruits and veggies my shit is sometimes odorless. However, the more meat especially red meat I eat the more odor my stools have. Fast food is even worse, not only are you dealing with red meat, it is processed food with hydrogenated oils, high fructose corn syrup, enriched flour, chicken injected with hormones, lots of GMO products, etc. Some, actually many fast food places don't even serve you real food. Some places that have soft serve is not even made out of real ice cream. There is ice cream that is just made out of chemicals, thickeners, water, and vanilla or chocolate food flavoring.

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