|THIRD TIME ,RUNNING OUT OF TIME ,PLEASE
Jun 1, 2004
sirs,i am living in united arab emirates. i am not citizen here but i have work permit so i have to get new visa every three years. me next visa renewal is on 10 of next month. i wrote u my question before and again i am writing u now that i had foreplay and body rubbing with sex worker ( no viginal intercourse, oral with condom)then i have ejeculated in her mouth from keeping my penis about 6 inches away. is there any possibility of getting hiv? also she had touched my ass hole bye her toung. please reply doctor i am bagging with u.my english is not good please bear with it. if i am hiv positive then they will do house arrest me and they behave like very insultive to anyone having hiv here. i am sleepless for so many days please please reply soon. i am not rich man but even then i will donate to your nice foundation who help people needs . how can i donate please let me know. i will be greatfull to u doctor please reply.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You managed to spunk right in her mouth from six inches away? Not bad, hot shot! Relax guy. Foreplay, body rubbing, shooting a load from six inches, and even having her "touch your ass hole bye her toung" do not place you at any risk for HIV transmission.
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