When you work as an escort, you have to pay extra attention to your health. If everything’s OK with your body, you are a happy provider, which translates into very satisfied customers! Staying healthy is a lot like protecting your investment. Which, in this case, is your body.
You love to apply makeup, wear quality perfume, and buy the finest outfits and underwear, right? Tim to spend the same time and energy into your health. After all, it’s your most important asset. If you’re an escort agency, making sure your providers are healthy and safe is your number one priority. Or it should be, if you’re serious about your business.
For part one, we put together a calendar that you can return to at the beginning of every year and check what you have to do. It’s aimed at ladies aged 25-39.
Men and ladies alike love boobs. Playing with them, sucking on them, or simply kissing them rank high on their priorities’ list when they visit you. As you very well know 😉 So keeping them in great working order is super important.
Ladies: if you’re 25, now’s the time to go to your doc and ask for a breast exam. You should then do it every 1-3 years until you’re 39. Tell your ob-gyn if you have women in your family who’ve had breast cancer and they’ll advise how often to come for a clinical exam. The doc will also tell you how to do a self-exam. But if you’re not sure about it, best see her or him for an appointment.
Pap and HPV tests
Your lady parts need some love, too. The Pap test is used to look for precancers and cancers in your cervix. The HPV test spots the human papillomavirus in the cervical cells. These tests are recommended for ladies aged 21-65. Usually, the tests are done every three years. Some women have to take them yearly, but that’s up to your ob-gyn to say.
When you’re working as an escort, the risk of getting exposed to an STD rises exponentially. No matter how many health records you ask for before seeing a client and they bring them, you can’t be 100% sure that they haven’t been faked. Likewise, if a client says, “trust me, I have no disease, I’m an honest person”, you should definitely not rely on their words.
Get tested yearly for HIV, chlamydia, syphilis, and gonorrhea.
Cholesterol and diabetes test
Genetics plays a big role in having high or low cholesterol levels. Unhealthy eating habits do, too. So, as soon as you’re 20, have a cholesterol test yearly.
Is your blood pressure higher than 135/80 every day? Get your blood sugar levels tested to know if you have diabetes or not. Not everyone who loves eating many sweets can develop it. Stress, for example, is a big health risk. As is the lack of exercising, smoking or drinking too much, and not sleeping enough.
Are you complimented often on your winning smile showing amazing teeth? Great, keep up the good work. If you’ve always envied escorts with pearly whites, you might consider seeing a dentist more than once every couple of years. Cleanings and dental check-ups should be done twice a year for maximum effect.
When you’re a pleasure provider, you need to have amazing skin. Sure, clients will notice your boobs and ass when they first see you, but the way your skin looks is very important as well. Go to your dermatologist once a year and they will exfoliate, hydrate, and nourish it until it’s fabulous. She or he will also recommend home treatments you can do yourself, as well as tips on what makeup products and creams are healthier for your skin.
We’ll be back next month with part two of our health checkups. Only they’ll be aimed at women aged 40+, so stay tuned 😊
Not too long ago we talked to you about how you need to take care of your health. We also introduced you to six important tests you must have when you’re an escort aged 25-39. We’re back at it once more, only this time we want to tell all you lovely 40+ ladies what medical exams you should consider if you want to prevent problems. Especially if you love your job and wish to continue doing it for many years to come.
Immunization is crucial in everyone’s life. As such, your doc will tell you that you need to get your vaccines done. The most important ones are these: Zostavax, Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, Shingrix, Influenza vaccine, and Pneumonia vaccine. Your body will receive protection against herpes zoster (or shingles), tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis infection (aka whooping cough), shingles, common influenza strains, and pneumonia.
You probably know someone in your family with heart problems. When you’re 40+, the risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, heart failure, and the like are really high. Better safe than sorry, so make sure you have a heart disease screening as often as your doctor tells you to.
What happens during this screening is as follows: your blood pressure, blood sugar, triglycerides, and total cholesterol are measured.
2. Colorectal cancer
During a colorectal procedure, your colon will be looked at to see if it has abnormal growths (like precancerous polyps) or not. The screening will thus discover colorectal cancer early so it can be treated successfully.
3. Cervical cancer
This type of screening requires just one of three tests, not all of them. There’s the pap smear plus HPV DNA test and a pelvic exam. Or you could get an HPV DNA test plus pelvic exam or a pap smear and a pelvic exam. An ob-gyn will tell you how frequently one of the three should be done, depending on your age.
4. Breast cancer
After the age of 40, you will be required to have a mammogram. This one is done every 1-2 years, depending on your risk.
Ladies, you should get tested for STDs not only when you’re in your 20s and 30s. Being over the age of 40 doesn’t mean you can’t get a sexually transmitted disease. Who knows where your client’s Johnson’s been before you. So, get tests for HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia once a year. For HIV, do it more than once if you are at a higher risk.
The old saying “I can feel it in my bones” isn’t without an ounce of truth. Bones start losing their density as early as the age of 30, especially for us girls. A bone mineral density test needs to be had when you’re over 40, in particular if you have a family history of osteoporosis or if your doc discovers one or more previous fragility fractures. You will find out whether you run the risk of developing osteoporosis later on. Your body might also have a problem with its absorption of calcium, so you’ll get tested for calcium levels, too.
As always, feel free to leave a comment below and, if you have other tips for us on this subject, let us know 😊