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1st case, infected by sucking breast

Aug 3, 2007

Dear Dr. Frascino: I am very depressed and concern about something I did a week ago. While playing with a friend of mine I sucked her breast for a short period of time, I tasted something in my mouth but I dont kow what it was. I know she is not pregnant but I am very concerned that she could be lactating although she has never had a baby.

After the incident, I went to the restroom and washed my mouth with Listerine but I am still concerned that I could get HIV or hepatitis B or C. Am I at risk, should I get tested?

How many reported cases are there of adults infected by sucking breasts?

Will I be the 1st one?

Thank you so much for your assistance, your work is greatly appreciated, I will donate

Response from Dr. Frascino


1. "How many reported cases are there of adults infected by sucking breasts?" Answer: none. That would be none as in zero, zip, zilch, nada, OK?

2. "Will I be the 1st one"??? Answer: nope. If you don't believe me, get a single rapid HIV test at the three-month mark. But please realize that the only reason to do so is to put your completely unwarranted worries permanently to rest.

Thank you for the donation ( On behalf of those who will be touched by your generosity and compassion, please accept my heartfelt thanks.

Dr. Bob

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