|crying alot over dumb crap. wrote u alot DR
Jan 1, 2006
i wrote alot already. I will make it quick. suppose i got a load of semen in my mouth swallowed it 15 mins or more after it had been sitting on the table. i confused it for something else. im freaking out. should i get tested? i just got tested and havent had sex with anyone in 6 months and it came back negative....arhhh please DR> should i test again. thanks
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You confused load of "baby batter" sitting on your table for something else??? And then gobbled it down???? Were you perhaps dining on raw oysters and clams??? Hmmm . . . even so, one usually could differentiate clams on the half shell from cum on the half shell, no???
Relax, Spunk-Muncher. Even if the man juice was HIV infected, HIV does not survive very long outside the body. Plus, oral sex, even without the 15-minute interval posing as secret sauce on your dining room table spread, would carry only a very small risk for HIV transmission.
Regarding your recent negative six-month test, if this was taken six months after your spunk-a-licious snack, it confirms your HIV-negative status. If you chowed down after your negative test, personally, I do not feel another test is absolutely warranted. However, if you remain worried, the option of repeat testing is always open to you.
Good luck. Buon appetito!
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