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condoms after the beginning of fellatio?
Jan 24, 2004

hi bob

i'm alin from paris and recently had intercourse with a sex worker (i guess she was) during a party in a sex club (dunno in english but u know where couple meets and have wiiild sex)... she just took my penis in her mouth for 20 seconds and after that i realized it could be risky and put a condom... well i'd like to know if there's a risk and if having put the condom after she began could increase it ? my penis was clean, i have no std, and i haven't seen any blood on it.

please help if u have time i'm really scared.

thx

Alain

Response from Dr. Frascino

Salut Alain,

Et bien, parce que tu vis a Paris, je te repondrai en francais. Ton risque est presque inexistant ! (La fellation qui n'est pas protegee pendant vingt secondes ne pose pas un risque d'une grande portee.) Je ne crois pas qu'il soit nécessaire de faire un test d'anticorps anti-VIH. Tu ne dois pas t'inquieter. Mais si tu veux te tester, tu dois attendre 3 mois pour recevoir un resultat definitif. Il est inutile de se tester avant 3 mois.

Reste sain et sauf. Je te souhaite une bonne année.

Dr. Bob



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