|Who is right?
Jan 25, 2006
Hey Paesan, I've searched the archives thoroughly re Pityriasis Rosea...You wrote to someone that the disease is not related to HIV, while Dr. Mark in another forum says it may be...I have been diagnosed with Pityriasis Rosea and i'm a bit concerned...I had unprotected insertive oral for about 5 mins and protected vaginal...i know from reading the forums this puts me at negligible risk, but could you please respond re the Pityriasis Rosea discrepancy, or i'll have my Uncle Luigi send you a fish in the mail!!
PS: Crunch FItness in NYC has a very xxxxxxxxxxxxxx!!!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Pityriasis Rosea is an extremely common skin condition. It is not linked to HIV by anything other than coincidence.
So "leave the gun; take the cannolis," and I'll see you at Crunch.
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