Robert its your Mum
Jul 30, 2005
Dear Dr Bob
I have a question i would like you to answer as i am worried. I am a virgin and intend to stay that way, however 8 1/2 weeks ago i admit i danced with the devil and engaged with a game of stinky finger with a girl from college. The very next i got a wart developing on my finger which has since got bigger , i also had a night sweat that night. I was tested at 4 weeks by pcr dna and it came back negaitve, my doc says come back in 4 months for conclusive testing. The wait will kill me. please help doctor
Response from Dr. Frascino
It's my Mum???
Hmmm . . . you mention in your question " . . . I am a virgin . . . ." That would mean my mum is a virgin??? So that also means I must be adopted???
Hmmm . . . you also mention you played " . . . stinky finger with a girl from college . . ." That would mean my mum is also a lesbian.
Hmmm . . . and finally your sign-off name is "Benny!?!" So to sum up, my mum is a virgin lesbian with a stinky finger named Benny????? MAMMA MIA!!!!!
OK, let's assume this is a case of mistaken identity, and I'll answer your question.
Assuming the skin on the stinky finger was intact, I see no HIV-transmission risk and do not feel additional HIV testing is indicated or warranted.
Stay well, "Mum,"
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