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    Rashes from below
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    ickypuss posted:
    My biggest concern ever while having a girl in bed is hoping my rash doesn't show. At one point my own penis is cock blocking me by having to take her head and placing it else where just so she/he won't go down. This hurts me in so many ways. Finding relief through an orgasm is by far my favorite way of releasing my inner self all over. Though rashes are uncalled for i like to rub aloe vera all over to relieve the itching and smell. Then i never ever horse around by rough housing. I go right to it. Because i know once it's in it'll be there for at least an hour until she notices the rash. So two things people. No cuddling and no horse play. Just get it in there when your rash comes back. That's the way to keep things rolling. I always say, You might as well pass on the love or the gift that keeps on giving
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    georgiagail responded:
    I'm not sure why you think your rash has anything to do with HIV but if you're concerned about a rash why don't you have this medically treated? Aloe vera isn't a cure. This may simply be "jock itch" (i.e., a skin fungal infection) which can be treated with over the counter medication.

    Gail


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