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Sexual diseases! Please tell me how I go about getting tested in Poland?


jonni 16 | 2,485
17 Feb 2011 #91
When I was young and poor I used to have to clean one. It still gives me nightmares. the owner never ever changed the jacuzzi water. Some other pretty bad things there too.
Ironside 50 | 10,907
17 Feb 2011 #92
Some other pretty bad things there too.

Shity stuff sex for monies ain't my thingy!Nor the other way around :)
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
17 Feb 2011 #93
Back home they speak English and I know the name of the hospitals and hospital departments.

No offence but you sound like a total retard!

I couldn't be bothered to mention that due to the vigorous thrusting of my Polish girlfriend she ruptured the condom.

There is only one problem with your story, who would want to sleep with an stupid ape like you?
Time to stop dreaming.
OP countryboy60 1 | 7
17 Feb 2011 #94
Thank you hague1cmaeron, at last somebody who has read my original post. So by what name are these clinics known in Poland? In the UK they are "genito-urinary medicine (GUM) clinics". You do know, don't you? You do speak Polish better than me? Now come on, don't fudge the issue.
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
18 Feb 2011 #95
Go to your local hospital or GP and they will point you in the right direction, surely even the greatest of imbeciles can follow these instuctions...... That is why I suspect that your whole post is BS, nothing more than trolling.
OP countryboy60 1 | 7
18 Feb 2011 #96
You have little imagination! I do not have GP here, and as I only speak a little Polish I hardly want to call attention to myself trying to make myself understood and having staffing buzzing about trying to find and English speaker to help me.

Yet again I appear to trodden inadvertently on a person’s inadequacy. With 854 posts in this forum alone in under a year, it is obvious you have no social life and hence no contact with the opposite sex; but perhaps, pani Pięści gives you all the comfort you need.
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
19 Feb 2011 #97
Sure, I am not one making up an imaginary sex life. lol.
And than trying to share it with the rest of the world.

So let me get this Right, you can't speak the language, but somehow that doesn't stop you from effing around? However It does seem to stop you from letting one doctor know that you would like to speak to another doctor who speaks English?

Are you an ape or a human?
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
19 Feb 2011 #98
Klinika Dermatologii i Wenerologii
Koszykowa 82A
02-008 Warszawa


STDs (incl. HIV) are more common in the UK than in Poland.
However, Ukraine has a huge number of HIV-pos people.

The problem in Poland is the very many people never test themseleves, even when they had a lot of unprotected sex.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,385
19 Feb 2011 #99
The problem in Poland is the very many people never test themseleves, even when they had a lot of unprotected sex.

which tells us that this means nothing

STDs (incl. HIV) are more common in the UK than in Poland.

PennBoy 76 | 2,436
6 Dec 2011 #100
The HIV clinic in Warsaw has no shortage of patients, and there is a high incidence of HIV and STDs in Poland.

Actually tiny compared to Poland's eastern neighbors. It wasn't available online for quite some time but i found it. This documentary is about the epidemic in Russia.

youtube.com/watch?v=u4MzzJFGwS8
Borek Falecki - | 52
4 Mar 2015 #101
I am working long term in Poland and I have had a few casual Polish girlfriends.

If you would have my advice, I will give it to you in short: the number of iatrogenic diseases is exceeding the natural ones. To the wise the hint should be sufficient.
Roger5 1 | 1,458
5 Mar 2015 #102
Borek, that was four years ago. It's probably dropped off by now.
Dougpol1 32 | 2,708
6 Mar 2015 #103
Very good Roger - I don't think our Polish friends latched on to your "Carry-On" quip there.


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