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Forum Name: Other infections
Question: dog to human infections
|brandnewboy420 - Mon Sep 01, 2008 4:51 pm||
about 3 months ago i was tripping off of tussin/shrooms idont know what i was thinking but i ###### my female dog. after the high was over i relize what i did and look at my dick and i had a small cut but i thought nothing of it now there is a red line, little redness, and it kinda hurts ..so im wondering what the hell did i get and how do i get rid of it?
|John Kenyon, CNA - Tue Sep 16, 2008 10:33 pm||
The potential for bacterial urinary tract infections, given the unique circumstances of this case, are virtually endless. You need to see a medical provider, explain what happened, and have the appropriate cultures taken to make sure you are give an appropriate antibiotic for the infection you almost certainly have. Where exactly it is lodged is impossible to say, but it is certainly genitourinary.
Advice for future reference: if you insist on using mind-altering substances, a) have someone with you to function as a "guide" and also to protect you from doing things which may cause you to harm yourself or others, and b) lock the dog up somewhere away from your reach. This will make self-inflicted infections and injuries less likely and the dog will probably be grateful as well.
Best of luck to you.
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