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Author Topic: Urophagia and Atripla  (Read 1328 times)

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Offline MilburnCreek

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Urophagia and Atripla
« on: November 23, 2012, 07:25:41 PM »
OK...totally serious question here.  I've spent hours on the web, and have found nothing related to this.

I have been experimenting more and more with urophagia, and, quite frankly, enjoying it, on both the giving and receiving end, with others and on my own.

I know that medications are eliminated in urine.  Anyone know of any studies or even the most sketchiest of evidence concerning whether being on Atripla could be problematic for someone on the receiving end of the shower?

Offline newt

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Re: Urophagia and Atripla
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2012, 05:21:34 AM »
In short, no. While maybe one third of efavirenz is eliminated in urine, it is nearly all excreted not as the active drug but as byproducts of the drug left once it has been processed by the body, and the quantity of chemicals per pint is very small.

- matt
"The object is to be a well patient, not a good patient"

Offline Newguy

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Re: Urophagia and Atripla
« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2012, 09:33:54 PM »
I have no idea if there is any problem with consuming the Urine after being on Atripla but it is a good question. I am surprised with how many people enjoy it! I myself am not into it at all BUT I have urinated for partners who enjoyed it. Even though I have no interest in it, it made me feel good that they were satisfied!

Humans are deliciously fascinating!
 
OK...totally serious question here.  I've spent hours on the web, and have found nothing related to this.

I have been experimenting more and more with urophagia, and, quite frankly, enjoying it, on both the giving and receiving end, with others and on my own.

I know that medications are eliminated in urine.  Anyone know of any studies or even the most sketchiest of evidence concerning whether being on Atripla could be problematic for someone on the receiving end of the shower?

 


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