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MK Vegafria / pinoyCUMeater :

im just asking for few mins.

please take the time to read =)

hi i am MK Vegafria. . .

first, let me thank you =)

Thank you for taking the time to check my profile,

i posted that old vid because i want to share something,

just a bit of Awareness, about HIV.

and luckily i did catch ur attention because of that vid right?

nakaka alarma lang, sa ibang bansa pababa na ng pababa ang bilang ng may HIV, pero sa atin, baliktad ata,

i have a little favor for you, Just Practice Safe Sex.

and if you think you are promiscuous,

be a Man to take the Test!

mind you, its free =) and its confidential. . .

hindi madali ang buhay ng may HIV,

im one of those guys (PLHIV) thats why i know.




if i may be of any questions, feel free to send me a massage =)

xtube: mega_maniac

skype: pinoycumeater

twitter: pinoycumeater

wechat: pinoycumeater



bago ang lahat gusto ko magpasalamat sa mga taong tumangkilik sa akin simula ng ngumpisa ako.

sa ilang taon ko dito sa xtube,marami akong natanggap na comments, some are negative, but mostly positive naman.

pero hindi pla ito madali, dahil the more you post newer vids, the more people will demand to see more of what you can actually do.

minsan naisip ko nga ginagawa ko nlng ba ito para sa ikasasaya ng iba?

o para sa sarili kong kaligayahan? ito ba ay maaring dahilan dahil sa mga naranasan ko nung ako ay bata? maraming tanong ang umiikot sa isip ko =)

naging mapusok ako, at hindi po naging maganda ang resulta nito para sa akin.

ngaun po ako ay na diagnosed HIV POSITIVE 15th july of 2012.

natakot ako at first, but HIV is no longer a death sentence! you can still live a normal life, just with the proper adherence in taking medications and vitamins, eating and living healthy, practising safer sex always. you will still live longer =)

siguro kung papabayaan mo ang sarili mo, then it may advance to AIDS. You will be immunocompromised, then mas mabilis ka kapitan ng opportunistic infections, that can cause or may lead to your death.

sobra sobra ang naging pag hihirap ko, i almost died! because of mvp, pcp and liver complications. but see, i survived.

akalain mo, mag tatatlong taon na since i was diagnosed, and im now back to my normal life. bumabalik na unti ung build ng katawan ko kahit unti, balik trabaho na ko for almost 2 yrs now. and mas masaya ako ngaun.

bakit? kasi anu pa man ang nangyari, tinanggap ako ng pamilya ko. at may bonus pa, nakita ko na ung taong mahal ko =) at syempre nakilala ko kung cno tlga ang mga totoong kaibigan ko.

ano ang natutunan ko? madami, lalo ang patawarin ang taong ng bigay ng sakit na ito. Aminin mo man o hindi, naiintindihan ko. Diyos na ang bahalang humusga sayo =)

nag sisisi ba ako sa nangyari? wala akong pinag sisisihan sa sarili ko dahil ito ay ginusto ko, alam ko na possibleng makakuha ako ng sakit or hindi sa unang experience ko, pero hindi ako ng ingat.oo nakuha ko ang sakit sa unang experience ko (bareback sex).


The Symptoms of HIV/AIDS - the First Stage

HIV infection comes in three stages. The first stage is called acute infection or seroconversion, and it typically happens within two to six weeks after exposure or becoming infected. This is when the body's immune system puts up a fight against HIV. The symptoms of acute infection look similar to those of other viral illnesses and are often compared to those of the flu. The symptoms may last a week or two and then completely go away as the virus goes into a non-symptomatic stage.

The initial symptoms of acute HIV infection may include:



Nausea and vomiting


Aching muscles

Sore throat

Red rash that doesn't itch, usually on the torso.


Call Your Doctor About HIV Infection If:

You think you have come in contact with HIV. Doctors can now prevent HIV from taking hold in the body if they act quickly after initial infection. Health care workers, police, and firefighters who are exposed to HIV-infected ******often use a process that involves taking anti-HIV drugs to protect themselves. These drugs must be taken within hours or days of initial exposure.

You may be tested for HIV using highly sensitive tests that detect both HIV antigen, a protein produced by the virus immediately after infection, and HIV antibodies. This test can confirm a diagnosis within days of infection. (Regular HIV tests don't work this soon after infection; they can only detect antibodies.) You may be given anti-HIV drugs to take for a prescribed period of time. There may be unpleasant side effects to these drugs, but they may stop HIV from infecting you.

Most people don't know they've been infected with HIV, but weeks later they may experience the symptoms of seroconversion. These symptoms mean the body is trying to fight HIV.

The Period Without Symptoms of HIV - the Second Stage

After the first seroconversion period, the immune system loses the battle with HIV and symptoms go away. HIV infection goes into its second stage, which can be a long period without symptoms, called the asymptomatic period. This is when people may not know they are infected and can pass HIV on to others. This period can last 10 or more years.

During this period without symptoms, HIV is slowly killing the CD4 T-cells and destroying the immune system. ******tests during this time can reveal the number of these CD4 T-cells. Normally, a person has a CD4 T-cell count between 450 and 1,400 cells per microliter. This number changes constantly, depending on a person's state of health. For an HIV-infected person, the number of CD4 T-cells steadily drops, making them vulnerable to other infections -- and in danger of developing AIDS.

HIV Infection and AIDS - the Third Stage

AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is the advanced stage of HIV infection. When the CD4 T-cell number drops below 200, people are diagnosed with AIDS.

Someone infected with HIV can also be diagnosed with AIDS if they have an “AIDS defining illness” such as Kaposi’s sarcoma (a form of skin cancer) or pneumocystis pneumonia (a lung disease).

Fortunately, combination medications used to treat HIV -- a ''cocktail'' – can help rebuild the immune system. These drugs can be expensive and pose challenges with side effects, but it is critical to not stop taking them without talking to your doctor. It is also important not to take part of the medications without taking the others. People with low CD4 T-cells may also receive drugs to prevent opportunistic infections. These preventative medications should be taken until the CD4 count has improved.

Some people don't know they were infected with HIV, and only discover their HIV infection after experiencing some of these HIV-related symptoms:

Being tired all of the time

Swollen lymph nodes in the neck or groin

Fever lasting for more than 10 days

Night sweats

Unexplained weight loss

Purplish spots on the skin that don't go away

Shortness of breath

Severe, long-lasting diarrhea

Yeast infections in the mouth, throat, or vagina

Easy bruising or unexplained bleeding

Call Your Doctor About HIV or AIDS If:

Call your doctor if you experience any of the above symptoms of HIV/AIDS. These are serious signs of disease, which could be HIV-related.


*****FACTS ABOUT HIV:*****

HIV is a virus that damages human immune cells. It weakens the immune system and, without treatment, leads most infected people to develop AIDS.

Like all viruses, HIV infects the cells of a living organism in order to make new copies of itself. HIV can only be transmitted in certain ways and the purpose of this page is to explain how you can and can�t become infected.

HIV is found in ******and other body fluids such as semen and vaginal fluids. It cannot live for long outside the body, so to be infected with HIV you need to allow some body fluid from an infected person to get inside your body (contact with saliva has never been known to transmit HIV). The virus can enter the body via contact with the bloodstream or by passing through delicate mucous membranes, such as inside the vagina, rectum or urethra.


*****The most common ways that people become infected with HIV are:*****

Through having unprotected, sexual intercourse with an infected partner.

Through injecting drugs, using an unsterilised needle or syringe that has been used by someone who is infected.

As a baby of an HIV-infected mother, during pregnancy, labour or delivery, or through breastfeeding.

It is important not to get carried away and believe the myths around how HIV is transmitted. Myths and rumours are really damaging to people living with HIV because they can increase fear, stigma and discrimination.


*****How HIV is passed on*****

***Vaginal sex***

HIV is found in the sexual fluids of an infected person. For a man, this means the pre-come and semen fluids that come out of the penis before and during sex. For a woman, it means HIV is in the vaginal fluids that are produced by the vagina to keep it clean and to help make intercourse easier.

If a man with HIV has vaginal intercourse without a condom then HIV can pass into the woman"s body through the lining of the vagina, cervix and womb. The risk of HIV transmission is increased if the woman has a cut or sore inside or around her vagina; this will make it easier for the virus to enter her bloodstream. Such a cut or sore might not always be visible, and could be so small that the woman wouldn"t know about it.

If a woman with HIV has sexual intercourse without a condom, HIV could get into the man"s body through a sore patch on his penis or by getting into his urethra (the tube that runs down the penis) or the inside of his foreskin (if he has one).

Any contact with ******during sex increases the chance of infection. For example, there may be ******in the vagina if intercourse occurs during a woman"s period. Some sexually transmitted diseases � such as herpes and gonorrhea � can also raise the risk of HIV transmission.

***Anal sex***

Receptive anal intercourse (i.e. sex where a man�s penis is inserted into a person�s anus) carries a higher risk of HIV transmission than receptive vaginal intercourse. The lining of the anus is more delicate than the lining of the vagina, so is more likely to be damaged during sex. Any contact with ******during sex increases the risk of infection.

If a man takes the insertive position in anal sex with a man or woman who has HIV, then he too risks becoming infected.

Oral sex

Oral sex with an infected partner carries a small risk of HIV infection. If a person gives oral sex (licking or sucking the penis) to a man with HIV, then infected fluid could get into their mouth. If the person has bleeding gums or tiny sores or ulcers somewhere in their mouth, there is a risk of HIV entering their bloodstream. The same is true if infected sexual fluids from a woman get into the mouth of her partner.

There is also a small risk if a person with HIV gives oral sex when they have bleeding gums or a bleeding wound in their mouth. Saliva does not pose a risk.

HIV infection through oral sex alone seems to be very rare, and there are things you can do to protect yourself.

***Injecting drugs***

Injecting drug users are a high-risk group for exposure to HIV. Sharing unsterilised injecting equipment is a very efficient way to transmit blood-borne viruses such as HIV and Hepatitis C. Sharing needles and �works� (syringes, spoons, filters and blood-contaminated water) is thought to be three times more likely to transmit HIV than sexual intercourse.1 Disinfecting equipment between each use can reduce the chance of transmission, but does not eliminate it entirely. For more information, visit our pages on "Injecting drugs, drug users and HIV" and "Needle exchange and harm reduction".

***Mother to ******transmission***

An infected pregnant woman can pass HIV on to her unborn baby during pregnancy, labour and delivery. HIV can also be transmitted through breastfeeding.

If a woman knows she is infected with HIV, there are drugs she can take to greatly reduce the chances of her ******becoming infected. For more information, go to our pages about HIV and pregnancy and mother-to-******transmission of HIV.

*********transfusions and ******products***

Some people have been infected through a transfusion of infected ****** These days, all the ******used for transfusions in high-income countries is tested for HIV, yet this is not the case in some middle- and low-income countries. In those countries where the ******is tested, HIV infection through ******transfusions is now extremely rare. In countries that do not have adequate ******safety procedures in place, transmission through ******transfusions continue to occur.

******can be separated into its different components, for example: red ******cells, white ******cells, platelets, plasma and immunoglobulins.2 These are known as ******products. Whilst whole ******can only be placed through a rigorous screening process and infected donations discarded, some ******products, such as those used by people with haemophilia, can be heat-treated to make them safe.

***Infection in health-care settings***

Hospitals and clinics should take precautions to prevent the spread of blood-borne infections. These measures include using sterile surgical instruments, wearing gloves, and safely disposing of medical waste. In high-income countries, HIV transmission in health-care settings is extremely rare. However, cases continue to occur in some middle- and low-income countries where safety procedures are not so well implemented.

Health-care workers have on rare occasions become infected with HIV by being stuck with needles containing HIV-infected ****** A few have also become infected by HIV-infected ******getting into the bloodstream through an open cut, or splashing onto a mucous membrane (e.g. the eyes or the inside of the nose). There have been only a very few documented instances of patients acquiring HIV from an infected health-care worker. We have more information about healthcare workers and HIV infection.

***Tattoos / piercing***

Anything that potentially allows another person"s ******to get into your bloodstream carries a risk. If the equipment has not been sterilised before having a tattoo or piercing, there could be a significant risk of exposure if the previous person was infected with HIV.

In most developed countries there are hygiene regulations governing tattoo and piercing parlours to ensure all instruments used are sterile. If you are thinking of having a tattoo or piercing, ask staff at the shop what procedures they take to avoid infection.


*****You cannot get HIV from:*****


To become infected with HIV you must get a sufficient quantity of the virus into your body. Saliva does contain HIV, but the virus is only present in very small quantities and as such has never been known to cause HIV infection.

Unless both partners have large open sores in their mouths, or severely bleeding gums, there is no transmission risk from mouth-to-mouth kissing.

***Sneezing, coughing, sharing glasses/cups, etc***

HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host, except under strictly controlled laboratory conditions. HIV does not survive well in the open air, and this makes the possibility of this type of environmental transmission remote. In practice no environmental transmission has been recorded.

This means that HIV cannot be transmitted through spitting, sneezing, sharing glasses, cutlery, or musical instruments. Moreover, HIV transmission cannot occur via swimming pools, showers or by sharing washing facilities or toilet seats.


Studies conducted by many researchers have shown no evidence of HIV transmission through insect bites, even in areas where there are many cases of HIV and AIDS and large populations of insects such as mosquitoes. Lack of such outbreaks, despite considerable efforts to detect them, supports the conclusion that insects do not transmit HIV.

HIV only lives for a short time and cannot reproduce inside an insect. So, even if the virus enters a mosquito or another sucking or biting insect, the insect does not become infected and cannot transmit HIV to the next human it feeds on or bites.

***Injecting drugs with sterile needles***

Injecting with a sterile needle and works will not transmit HIV as long as clean equipment is used each time and none of it is shared. However, there are still many other risks associated with injecting drug use. If a person is on drugs (including alcohol) then their judgement may be clouded, making them more likely to become involved in risky sexual behaviour, which increases the chance of exposure to HIV.

AVERT has more information on the risks involved with injecting drugs and HIV.

******Protected sex******

If used correctly and consistently, condoms are highly effective at preventing HIV transmission. A small minority believe condoms are not adequate protection and that "some very small viruses can pass through latex". Scientific tests have disproved this theory.3

Condoms are effective at preventing HIV during both vaginal and anal sex and can help to reduce the risks during oral sex too.




saan pwd mag pa test:

sa mga private hospitals pwd, may bayad.

pero may libre din naman. sa

RITM satellite clinic

Loveyourself Malate

Address: #1850 Leon Guinto Street, Malate, Manila

Phone: 353-8922








meron din sa

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(il check the sched =)

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Top Comment #1 by: mega_maniac
3 years ago

shiet sobrang pinainit ng dalawang guys xtube and pr and gabi ko! fulfilled my sexual fantasies na maputukan sa mukha at may dalawang pinapalo sa mukha ko ang kanilang kargada! deym those hot guys!!!!!! will be uploading teasers later on! kaso sori d pwd ipakita mga mukha =P

Top Comment #2 by: pakant0t
2 years ago

We don't know each other but I'd like to THANK YOU for sharing your story to the public. It takes more than courage on what you did. We cannot turn back time and I hope that everyone here has their own "take away" from your life story. Mahirap kase talaga pag andun na tayo sa sex part. Your story reminds me of a once-called guys4men website user named "Dying Young". Stay strong and live up a good fight. Mabuhay ka Mar Koh Vegafria!


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asking for your pin please. Thank you

5 days ago

can I ask for the pin of those private vids?

6 months ago

Hi! Thanks for sharing info about the HIV. True. Dapat talaga mag-ingat. Lahat naman tayo malbog, at kapag tumira na ang libog, marahip or almost impossible maging rational. Kaya salamat sa video na ni-share mo. It reminds us that ang kalibugan is momentary lang. It will come back, but once you get off, balik realidad ulit.

Salamat ulit. And I hope you well with your sickness.

So, balik ulit ako sa libog. Pa-share naman ng PIN. Salamat ulit!

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