We sincerely hope that you can at least distinguish a "lao-sai" stain on the underwear first before pee or cum. Good luck. Gonorrhea is caused by the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria.
Will this work on dried semen stains? That's what you're looking for is dried stains and once the semen is dried on the material that's exactly where it will remain, locked into the fibers of the garment until the next time the item is laundered in a washing machine. How old can the suspected stain be?
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Sign up or log in to share. The stains wash out. When guys jerk off most do they may get ejaculate on their clothing and it all washes out.
Guest over a year ago. I'm If he were having sex it seems unlikely there would be semen stains in his underwear.
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We recommend that sexually active gay men and other men who have sex with men be tested for HIV and STDs gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis every three months. Testing for syphilis usually involves a quick physical exam and a blood test. Testing for gonorrhea and chlamydia involves a urine sample if you perform insertive oral sex or anal sex i. If you are not getting tested every three months ask your provider if you can be.