|NEGATIVE! WOO HOO!!
Dec 1, 2003
Dear Dr Bob, I understand you had heard this millions times. However, I must say and write again.. (YOU ARE A GREAT MAN!!!) Althought my ex-question are not posted, I read through the forum and able to find similar question. You are very very right. Its anxiety and guilty that trouble us (All worried www).. I had protected sex with a sex-worker last Nov 2002 and tested negative on Apr 2003. However, I receiving unprotected oral sex from another sex-worker on first week of Aug 2003. I am very very worried and could not move on. Its really a sin and I am real scared. Reading through your forum really helps me get through. Finally, I tested negative YESTERDAY!!! (one year later after protected sex and 14 weeks later after unprotected receiving blowjob). WOO HOO!!!!!!!! Now, Its really REALLY time for me to move on. All past are past. A new chapter of my life are beginning. We are all human. Its really tough to avoid at times. My advice to all... Protected or DON'T!!! Love yourself and pity (I would say "Take care") those sex-workers. They would not be in this trade if they have . Lets don't allow to ruin this world!! Lastly, I sincerely thank you. Dr bob. You had really help me get through.. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!!!! Very Best Regards - JT (I am from Singapore)
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello JT from Singapore,
Congratulations and WOO-HOO! Stay well.
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