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If I (George Bush) admit, I'm an excessive WW, will you repond?

Jun 4, 2005

Okay, Dr. Bob. I am an excessive WW. Please help me? Do I need counseling as my doctor and family friend says...or what? He insist no risk:

Similar story as others:

**Went to sex worker **Fingered the outside of her vagina (nothing rigorous).

**Vagina not to moist at all.

**Got frustrated, and brough up ONE finger to my mouth to moisten the ONE finger for about one second.

**Did not touch my gums, nor lining of cheeks. **No blood invovled in all of this.

**Bottom Line: my ONE finger touch a portion of my tongue and maybe my lower lip for one second, maybe two seconds at worst.

Went to my doctor freakin' out. My doctor tells me that HIV is not an issue here?

What do you say, Dr. Bob.

1. Risk? No risk?

2. Counseling?

3. HIV test recommended? My doctor says, "give me a break...come back when you've had even a remote risk?"

You put up with alot of crap from WWs. Thus, donation on way, if anyting as a token gesture to acknowledge that you care.

love ya,

George Bush (well, not quite)

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello Not Quite Bush,

1. Risk? No!

2. Counseling? Yes!

3. HIV test? Not necessary.

4. Donation on the way? Many thanks!!!!!

Stop worrying! All is well!

Dr. Bob

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