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Obesity, HIV concerns
May 28, 2004

Hi Dr. Bob,

You are the best doctor! I think its so great you have such a charming and caring style here. You are truly ahead of your time. I haven't met many Doctors with such a great personality.

Well my concern is this. I haven't had intercourse, but have fingered a few working girls in the past year since my divorce. I have also had one lick my nipples. I have been getting all sorts of symptoms but my GP thinks its side effects from my heart medication. I had a bad heart attack a year ago and am on metoprolol and lisinopril to keep me going.

I am wondering if I should be worried about my playing around. I am a little lonely these days and figured it was safer than actually doing it. I appreciate your help with this matter.

All the best Bill.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi Bill,

Despite the success of "Kill Bill, Volume 1" and "Kill Bill, Volume 2," your fancy finger work will not qualify for a Kill Bill, Volume 3. In other words, your playing around is just playing around. Finger play and nipple noshing do not constitute significant HIV transmission risks.

Stay well, Billy Boy.

Dr. Bob



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