|nipple bitten by stripper??
Nov 10, 2004
Hi, how are you doing Dr Frascino ?
I'm a college kid in Canada, and name is Den.
I have a one quick short question to ask.
Okay, I went to a strip club month ago( that was on oct 16th 2004). I was pretty drunk and decided to go up to the floor, where sex-worker performs dance...
AND SHE BIT MY NIPPLES!!! I really didn't care at that time but week after I suddenly started to worry about possibility of getting HIV/AIDS from her.
I'll just briefly summarize what my situation is like
1) got my nipples bitten by a stripper 2) got bitten really hard, and might have bled. 3) didn't,right way,checked if my nipples were damaged(cut or wounded). 4) checked if my nipples were damaged, after a week, but there wasn't any damage that I could observe.(might have healed over a week) 5) stripper might have had blood in her mouth 6) stripper might be HIV + 7) had few nightsweat and chestpain(like somethings burning inside of my chest)
I'm really worried and anxious. I can't concentrate on my school work and it's midterm season!!!! My marks are going down and I can't sleep......I'm so stressed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you very much for helping and supporting people with concerns.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello Canada-Den ,
Relax studly student. I see no HIV risk from this bump-and-grind-nipple-nibbling.
Now get back to work and ace those midterms!
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