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Hygiene and prevention for safe sex

Filed in Adult | Posted by admin on July 31, 2023

Hygiene and prevention for safe sex

We at Escort Milano believe that in order to fully experience sexual pleasures, it is necessary to have hygiene and prevention. Eh, yes the basis for good sex, whether it’s for a couple or casual sex, is the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, hygiene and the right precautions for safe sex.

Today we decided to create for you an informative article that will help you prevent sexually transmitted diseases and how to cure them.

The numbers of Italians who love to practice casual sex by constantly changing partners are increasing, this phenomenon is also growing among the youngest and with it sexual diseases such as Papilloma Virus, Proteus, Escherichia coli, Pseodomonas, Syphilis, Genital herpes, Candita, Cystitis and in the worst cases HIV. Let’s try to understand how to protect and cure ourselves from these diseases.

First of all, the diseases we have just mentioned are infections with sexually transmitted bacteria and viruses that are transmitted from person to person through vaginal secretions and seminal fluid during unprotected intercourse. But what are sexual bacteria?

Bacteria and viruses

Viruses are microorganisms made up of genetic material (DNA) enclosed in a protein envelope, viruses are capable of reproducing themselves very quickly and are transmitted from person to person through the airways as is happening in this period with the Coronavirus or through sexual intercourse. Bacteria, on the other hand, are unicellular microorganisms, i.e. formed by a single cell and are commonly present on the acute, skin and mucous membranes.

The bacteria are: Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Proteus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas and Candita.

The sexually transmitted viruses are: HIV, Papilloma virus, genital herpes, Hepatitis A, B and C.

What is papilloma virus

Papilloma virus, more commonly known by HPV is a very common virus in the female genital area, considering that eight out of ten sexually active women during their lifetime contract this virus.

HPV is mainly transmitted by sexual intercourse, anal and oral sex, people who have casual sex and with multiple partners contract the infection. If having frequent casual relationships or cheating on your partner can increase the risk of contracting HPV, this does not mean that being in a fixed relationship excludes any risk: according to some evidence, about one in five married women with children has contracted the virus, and as many as 80% of people with the virus have had four sexual partners in their lifetime.


With a simple test very similar to Pap tes, which allows you to identify any pre-tumor lesions in the neck of the uterus. Unfortunately, there is still no medicine to cure this virus but it is possible to prevent it through a vaccine that the woman can perform.

Genital herpes

Genital herpes is very similar to the one that affects the lips, but in this case it affects the genital area, the buttocks and the anal area, causing painful blisters on both the skin and the mucous membranes of the intimate parts.

It can affect both men and women, in women vesicular discomfort can develop mainly inside the vagina, on the cervix, and in the urethra . In men , on the other hand, it can mainly affect the scrotum, the tip of the penis or around the anus, anal herpes in men mainly affects gay people who like to practice anal sex.

These vesicles contain many viral particles and are therefore particularly contagious. In particular, statistical studies have shown that genital herpes infection is transmitted more easily from men to women.

As with HPV, there is no definitive cure for genital herpes as the virus remains latent in the body, however the onset of the infection can be treated with an antiviral medicine. The risk of transmission of this infection can be reduced with the constant use of condoms, for those who love to practice counseling the practice must be aimed with awareness.


There is still a lot of confusion between AIDS and being HIV positive. Even today there is a tendency to confuse these two conditions. HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a microorganism which, once it enters the body, acts on the immune system, damaging and preventing the immune defenses from defending the body against disease. HIV is mainly transmitted from person to person through unprotected sex. Until a few years ago it was a highly developed virus among gays, but today it affects many people of both the male and female sex and has increased relatively among the younger ones.

Currently there is no cure or vaccine but there are medicines that block the multiplication of the virus. It should be said that people with HIV can lead a fairly normal life, have both a sentimental and sexual life always with the use of precautions.


Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease, known and widespread throughout the world. Tradition has it that syphilis was introduced by prostitutes, in 1999 there was a boom in infections. To date it is no longer so it is possible to prevent it and above all to cure it by administering specific antibiotics for the infection.

The strategy to prevent contagion is the use of condoms for any form of intercourse for its entire duration. Today more than ever in 2020 prevention is the most effective weapon not only for syphilis but for all other diseases, no one can say “I didn’t know” and it is a duty of all of us to take precise responsibility for our own health and of the others.

But having good intimate hygiene also helps prevent the formation of bacteria such as Candita, you just need to follow a few simple rules, such as washing intimate parts at least twice a day using an antibacterial cleanser. Make sure you empty your bladder after each sexual intercourse. Taking this precaution will help eliminate any bacteria that may have entered your urethra (the tube that connects your bladder to the area just above the vaginal opening) and prevent cystitis.

In short, many small precautions to better enjoy your sex life.