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WOO-HOO story

Dec 9, 2004

Dear Dr.Bob;

Please post this for all worried-wells.

I am a bi-sexual man from Turkey. My story includes unprotected sex with 20-25 different people, plus multiple times with each. i am not italian but :)

Oral sex, both receptive and insertive; anal sex both receptive and insertive, vaginal sex insertive; love toys, sex games etc.....all unprotected

I am stupid, i am moron..

I realized my risk a year ago and i accepted my HIV+ status, all ARS symtomps occured. Fever, rash, fatigue,flu, cough etc..

I didnt go for a test because i am sure i was HIV+, for gods sake people get it only one time, mine is lets say 200 times :)

I quit sex, i was waiting to die, my friend forced me to test after 14 weeks, came neg-; i also tested 8 months later also came back neg-

So, woo-hoo, maybe none of my partners was hiv+, maybe i was lucky, i dont know.


1) Symptoms doesnt mean anything, look at me... 2) Get tested 3) Use condoms 4) Prefer Turkish man ( ehehehe)

Take care Dr.Bob, i love you, and i send the best karma to you.


Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi Turkey-Guy,

Well, Turkey is fairly close to Italy, right? But whether Turkish Delight or Italian Stallion, the important thing to remember is you can't go wrong if you shield your dong!

Congratulations! WOO-HOO! Don't forget: "No glove, no love!"

Stay well.

Dr. Bob

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