Mar 14, 2006
First of all: congratulations on the infinite (or near-infinite) patience with which you answer the plethora of questions, most of which have been answered before. In case my following question is also one that makes your skin itch from its repetitive nature: my apologies :)
I'm the positive part of a magnetic couple, and was wondering whether the suction-induced (what a terible technical term for something that can be quite erotic) marks - i believe they're called hicky's in English - are potentially hazardeous towards the sucker. I gather that towards the suckee there's no risk. I can imagine that minute amounts of blood are actually transfered through the skin...
With CD4 of 600, % in the 30's, VL of 20k and not on meds: looking forward to growing old with you all.
Love from Belgium, keep up the good work.
Response from Dr. Frascino
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Aide moi Docteur Bob s'il te plait !!
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