|low risk for hiv
Jun 18, 2008
hello i dont want to sound stupid but i sure do fill that way a little over a week ago i found out my dad has cancer and its not able to be removed so i started to get depressed and started drinking well i asked a good friend to drive me someplace knowning i was to drunk to drive myself well we went out and saw some friends and then it was getting late and we left to head back to my house well on the way home is so unclear i dont remember anything i woke up like how did i get home and where is my panties .. my friend called me and i asked him what happened being i knew something had to of well he told me i was coming on to him and he started to make love to me but stoped being i was so far gone drunk he dint want to finnish with me in the order i was in he said he never got off that night i have been a mess every day now and asked him if he would go get a hiv test done being i have to wait for 30 days to 3 months and want a peace of mind now he said he is doing that today i also asked him not to come back to my house being i fell he took me being drunk for granted now the heath department here says to stop crying im at a way to low risk for this is this true i just dont know how to think right now i do know i have not drank anything from that day and this depression sucks
Response from Dr. Frascino
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