Second Hand Smoke and Sex?Can it be?
Nov 9, 2004
Hello DOC: Just wanted to give you a salute on a great job you are doing. My situation is as follows: Me and this girl were in a room and she was smoking weed. I didnt not try anything. Then we started to playing around. like me playing around with her chest. I remember me playing with her. But i dont know if i had sex with her or not. I remember that i had an orgasm. Can the second hand smoke been so powerful enough to make me forget wat i was doing? Or is it because i am a virgin and this was my first ever sexual activity.
I got so many symptoms after this incident like a flu after 1 week. and my thighs having this burning sensation. Let me know your thoughts......Thanks. Manny, Nepal
Response from Dr. Frascino
Whether it was Maui Wowie or Nepalese Napalm super weed, I really don't think second-hand smoke would put you "one toke over the line" to the point you wouldn't remember your "first ever sexual activity."
"Playing around with her chest" is not a risk for HIV. However, if you had unprotected sex, there would be a potential risk for STDs, including HIV. Symptoms are not reliable. If you've placed yourself at risk for HIV, get tested three months after the potential exposure.
Now if on the extremely unlikely chance that Nepalese Napalm super-duper pot really does exist, I have some friends visiting Nepal who want to meet you . . . .
Stay well, Manny,
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