Thursday, July 30, 2009

Do painkillers cause yeast infections? *Explicit Content Warning*


This post is kinda sexually raunchy, so if you are squeamish (Tiffany) .. go ahead and click here for some hilarity with Robin Williams instead.



Ok all the prudes are gone.. for the 1 or 2 of you that are left lemme explain...


This was a question burning in a friends mind. So being the geek that I am, I typed the question in the search bar. I had many web page choices to pick. Only one page seemed to have all of my search terms.

So I clickety clicked. The page I cam to was like a Yahoo answers page.

The question being asked had NOTHING to do with what I was asking. The question that was asked was about anal sex.

"Hey

This is a 20 year old male asking about his 20 year old girlfriend

Me and my partner discussed anal play last night and we are excited to try it.
She stuck a highlighter in her anus last night about an inch, she loved it...and she was dry.

I have half a thing of lube left, she's getting latex gloves, and we are gonna try tonight.

Is taking painkillers dangerous at all?
Is using butter (margarine spread) harmful?

And any suggestions of common household items that we can use for lube if we need more

and just any tips, or advice.

Thanks."



I really don't believe it was a guy asking for his "girl"friend, but whatever.


I didn't read the whole question until just now because I was busy scrolling through the answers to find the answer to MY question.

Nothing really caught my eye until this sarcastic person threw in her/his 2 cents. The first paragraph had me laughing so hard, I couldn't read the rest until just before I posted this.

First take the pain killers. Then drink lots and lots of alcohol. Lastly, apply the anal lube when she is starting to go into a slight coma and I promise she won't feel a thing... Jesus where are kids learning sex education now days... wait... your 20 and not a kid so thats even worse...

No seriously, go to a drugstore, wally world, Walgreens, whatever, and get some silicone based lube and a enema (might want to get them at seperate times if you get embarrassed lol. IF YOU DON'T GET EMBARRASSED, run to the pets area and pick up a can of cat food. That will have the checkout person really eyeing you then lol.

Silicone based lube is the best for anal sex or play (unless your using a silicone toy but then you can just put a condom on the toy). Waterbased lubes can cause internal discomfort if you are allergic to the ingeds (whatever that sugar crap is called gly something). To test it just put a glob of it on your finger and stick it up your hole. What 5-10 secs. If it burns like hell then you are probably allergic to it. Just relax and it will stop in a few mins. If you can't take it, just go sit on the pot.

Anyways, use the enema a few times and flush her out good unless you are into playing with poo (hey some people are lol). Tidy up. Use plenty of lube and mess around. Just go nice and slow with the playing so she can get used to the new feelings and learns to relax her ass. It will probably take a couple of times and days before you can do any major GNP on her ass.

Have FUN!

P.S. Oh BTW, if she stuck a marker up her ass halfway without any lube AND enjoyed it, it ain't the first thing and first time she's put something in her ass
"


Needless to say, I never found the answer to my question. Maybe you all will have better luck.

16 comments:

Guest said...

OMG, dude...stop searching crap..LOL

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http://www.soggy-doggy-bloggy.blogspot.com/ said...

No way...thats no fun!

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Mango Girl said...

Amazing what the oracle sends as an answer!

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Scandy said...

I was so lured by the 'Parental Advisory' warning...

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http://www.soggy-doggy-bloggy.blogspot.com/ said...

I know it.. i guess the next time I ask a question, I will have to have it ignore any "anal sex" in the article

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dizz said...

LOL! Somehow I KNEW it would.. what lured you though seemed to have scared everyone else away!

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http://www.soggy-doggy-bloggy.blogspot.com/ said...

LOL! Somehow I KNEW it would.. what lured you though seemed to have scared everyone else away!

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dizz said...

No way...that's no fun!

Recent blog:=- Do painkillers cause yeast infections? *Explicit Content Warning*

dizz said...

I know it.. i guess the next time I ask a question, I will have to have it ignore any "anal sex" in the article

Recent blog:=- Do painkillers cause yeast infections? *Explicit Content Warning*

Slyde said...

i most certainly did NOT give you permission to post my letter...


NOT cool!

dizz said...

Oooops... er uhhhhhhhhh sorry bout that. Forgive me? LOL

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blognut said...

Holy Crap!

Skye said...

ROFLMAO!

Ok, now that we got that out of the way your initial question was "Do painkillers cause yeast infections?" I do believe. Anyway, I'll try to be helpful with that. No, I'm fairly sure that painkillers don't do that. However, antibiotics do! Whenever I take antibiotics I also take probiotics so that I don't get a yeast infection. The probiotics keep the bacteria in your body that is helpful to you healthy while the antibiotics kill off both good and bad bacteria's if taken alone. I hope that helps at least a little!

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ReformingGeek said...

Yep. Holy Moly Batman. All that I didn't need to know but read anyway!

;-)

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otin said...

Crisco works better than margarine or butter! That is why Pam spray is named Pam , that was the inventors wifes name! LOL!!

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hapurahman12 said...

If you have gotten more than two or three mild yeast infection over the past year you might be concerned about it and wonder if you are suffering from recurrent prevent yeast infections.

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