|Dr. B show me some love
Mar 29, 2006
I've asked a couple of questions before, and I can see why you didn't answer them, pretty generic stuff. This forum has been extremely helpful and I've made a donation in thanks. So thank you for all your help Doctor. Anyway...
Lately, I've developed a pain on the roof of my mouth right where it meets the throat and there is some redness. I don't really know what it is and I've never had it. I keep reading about candidiasis. Could this appear as early as 8 months after exposure? Being someone in fear of HIV after an unprotected cunnilingus incident, this oral problem I'm having is rather bothersome. I had a negative test at 89 days, but please Dr. Bob, easy answer, can I WOO-HOO! even with this problem in my mouth?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Easy answer? Ya, sure, you betcha!
It's WOO-HOO for you!
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