|Scared And Stupid ( Will Send Donation )
Jun 9, 2003
I have never been this afraid in my life. My story is as follows
I enjoy going to strip clubs and having lap dances performed on me. I always go to the same club and the same stripper. The results are always the same. I end up fingering her and she masterbates me to ejaculation.
The reason I am afraid is during a night of love making with my wife, she performed unprotected oral sex on me for a few seconds. She also at one point inserted her finger in my anus for a moment it hurt like hell and I don't know if she cut me in anyway as I didn't notice any blood. She than inserted her fingers in her own vagina and masterbated herself.
It than hit me like a ton of bricks of what just happend. What if I was infected and my wife performing oral on me along with her finger in my anus and than in her vagina infect her also.
I tested immediately the next day and the result was negative. But I had only waited 48 days since the last time I was with the lap dancer. My question is as follows.
1) If my only risk was mutual masterbation with a lap dancer could I get infected this way ? ( vaginal fluids on my fingers )
2) What risk is my wife in with what she did ?
Thank you so much and please provide info on how to donate from Canada.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Mutual masturbation is not a risk for HIV. Your wifes risk is also essentially nonexistent. If you dont have HIV, you cant possibly give it to her, right?
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