|It's a miracle
Jun 28, 2005
The last three times I've been infected, a miracle has occured. By the end of the testing window, I am no longer infected despite the symptoms that point to the dismal truth....Could this be a mirical of some sort, or, am I just plain fricken nuts. The real question I would like to ask you is Why do I keep putting myself in this position over and over?!? I am 50 years old and a devout Hetro...I LOVE the WOMEN....but I gotta stop this cycle of LOVE...GRIEF. Could I be a "CRACK" addict? so to speak. Really, everytime I have even protected sex, I get infected all over again causing 6 months of pure agony and hell. Is there a name fore my malady? Thanks Doc, and you have kept me smiling through ALL of my infections.
Response from Dr. Frascino
The last three times you were infected a miracle occurred and by the end of the window period you were no longer infected, despite the symptoms that point to the dismal truth . . . ???!!!??? Oh my . . . three times in a row??? Wow!!! That is miraculous!
Why do you keep putting yourself in this position over and over again??? Gee, I don't know. Why not try some other positions. There are so many to choose form, such as:
1. The standing "O"
2. The Rear Admiral
3. Reverse Cowgirl
4. The Instant Messenger
5. The Recalcitrant Altar Boy
And so we come to the crucial question: are you a miracle man or just plain frickin' nuts.
I'd have to say you are definitely chock full of frickin' nuts.
Stay safe. Stay well.
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