Oct 21, 2010
Good Evening, Dr. Frascino, I am writing this because I am worried sick about an incident that happened with my co-worker today. I got head from her in her car for about 10 seconds and she only sucked on the top part. To begin with, I am very worried because I am a hypochondriac. I am worried because it is the third day that I work with her and for her to have blown me in her car without really knowing me is somewhat of a scare to me that she might be a real easy girl with a dirty past. Secondly, I am worried because she is not all there, she is somewhat slow, I do not know whether she is on something or if she has some sort of disease. I havent seen my girlfriend in about three weeks and I will see her pretty soon and I do not want to do anything with her for fear that if I do have something hat I will infect her with it. Pleas ehelp me, what should I do? Should I go get tested? I did not see any cold sores or open wounds in the girls mouth? please help.. Thanks
Response from Dr. Frascino
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