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Risky *protected* sex Can I whohoo(or whatever it is)
Sep 18, 2003

Dear Doc Bob,

I had a risky "protected" encounter in Budapest on May 16 '03.(The whore bit the tip of my penis with the condom on, sucked my penis for sometime,we had *protected* vaginal sex,I didnt see any blood on my penis after removing the condom, the next day i saw 2 cut marks where the whore bit me).

I had all the ARS symptoms starting from the 9th Day post exposure.

On 1st Sep'03(108 days post exposure) i tested negative on Cappilus & Determine at a VCTC centre in India

Dear Doc can i Whohoo now .

Kindly reply

HTL

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello HTL,

The whore bit the tip of your penis? Ouch-a ma-goucha. Was she just really hungry or did she skip her lessons in whore school on how to give a proper blowjob? At any rate, your sex, oral and vaginal, was "protected." She could have causes a break in the skin by her noshing on your latexed-knob without breaking the condom. When condoms pop or tear, it's usually very obvious. So, if the cut marks were still latex protected, you had essentially no risk whatsoever. Your negative test at 108 is definitive. Yes, you can WOO-HOO. Remind future bj-partners: No teeth!

Stay well.

Dr. Bob



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