Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by doodoo brown, Aug 21, 2013.
Anyone know if you can get your DOT while out on short term disability (personal injury).
Depends on the STD. Syphiis yea because it can be cured. Herpes not so much because you can infect the drivers seat.
How the heck do you get hurt getting a STD? Sexual Twister?
The sheep kicks you in the knee.
Sounds like prom night
Robitussin cures herpies.
webmd.com has some good info, doesn't it?
Their is no cure of Herpes. It's the gift that keeps on giving. Herpes Encephalitis is fatal.
"Herpesviral Encephalitis can be treated with high-dose intravenous aciclovir. Without treatment, HSE results in rapid death in approximately 70% of cases; survivors suffer severe neurological damage. When treated, HSE is still fatal in one-third of cases, and causes serious long-term neurological damage in over half of survivors. Twenty percent of treated patients recover with minor damage. Only a small population of survivors (2.5%) regain completely normal brain function.Earlier treatment (within 48 hours of symptom onset) improves the chances of a good recovery. Rarely, treated individuals can have relapse of infection weeks to months later. While the herpes virus can be spread, encephalitis itself is not infectious. Other viruses can cause similar symptoms of encephalitis, though usually milder" Wikipedia
Damn Dave lied to me. I better get checked out.
Herpes simplex encephalitis (HSE) is a rare, but severe viral infection of the human central nervous system. It is estimated to affect at least 1 in 500,000 individuals per year. The majority of cases of herpes encephalitis are caused by herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1), the same virus that causes cold sores. 57% of American adults are infected with HSV-1, which is spread through droplets, casual contact, and sometimes sexual contact, though most infected people never have cold sores. About 10% of cases of herpes encephalitis are due to HSV-2, which is typically spread through sexual contact. About 1 in 3 cases of HSE result from primary HSV-1 infection, predominantly occurring in individuals under the age of 18; 2 in 3 cases occur in seropositive persons, few of whom have history of recurrent orofacial herpes. Approximately 50% of individuals that develop HSE are over 50 years of age.
I'm sorry you got a std man.
Me love you long time. STD love you longer.
Too bookoo! Too bookoo!
15 dolla for bote of us.
Ohhh. Your doing movie quotes.
Im sorry, I was speaking of my personal experiences with Asian women.
Still need one of these before I die lol
All Good Kids Like Asians
If you have herpes it will be with you for the rest of your life. There are treatments wich can suppress the symptoms and outbreaks. Get enough rest, healthy eating habits, beware of stress.
Eventually they will find a cure.
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