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5th Attempt, PLEASE DR. BOB, PLEASEE READ
Nov 11, 2004

DR.BOB, Please read through, I am asking you that would I be infected if I performed "bloody" cunnilingus on an HIV+ woman. I went down on her 5 times for about 3 minutes each. I also had protected vaginal intercourse one time. WHAT ARE MY CHANCES THAT I HAVE CONTRACTED HIV FROM HER????????? DONATION is on the way. I will make $50 this time, I will donate more when I get my next paycheck. If I test negative, I will send you $20 monthly for the rest of my life. Promise!

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

The HIV risk associated with oral-vaginal sex (cunnilingus) is extremely low. There are no statistics regarding "bloody" cunnilingus. However, if you did get significant amounts of HIV-positive fresh blood in your mouth, there would be an HIV risk that would warrant testing. I would suggest a test at three months or more following the last potential exposure.

Thank you for your donations! We'll all send you our best cosmic karma that your HIV test is negative.

Good luck.

Dr. Bob



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