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jerked off with partner's protein milkshake
Mar 9, 2005

Dr. B-

this is kinda embarrassing to describe, BUT, some time ago, the guy I was with jerked me off with his semen. I passed out--a little bit of drinking that night--in a pair of jeans. I woke up the next morning with two little abrasions on the tip of my penis. Could be from the zipper--probably were--but I was a little worried that he rubbed me raw WITH his semen. I don't know his status. Worse case scenario: there was fluid exchange and his was HIV+. Would you be satisfied with a 3 month test? On to a more subjective question, how freaked out should I be if the worse case scenario is true? What a silly question, but I can't help but ask.

-a fan.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello Fan,

How freaked out should you be? I'd say significantly! But not because of HIV. I'd worry about drinking to the point where you pass out and have your "home entertainment center" traumatized without even knowing what happened.

Getting jerked off with a partner of unknown status's protein milkshake would pose minimal (if any) risk. Yes, I'd be satisfied with a negative three-month test. But if I were you, I wouldn't go out drinking to celebrate!

Take care, Fan!

Dr. Bob



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