|3 rd asking: plzz give me answer
Apr 19, 2006
hi uncle bob please help me in this regard: here my situtation: iam 26 male, went to prostitute and i got only hand job perfomed by her with oil. i never touch her genitals and she never touched her genitals too and there is some touching of her breast and nipples..thats it..in the whole process. after that i got panic, then i read some websites regarding hand job, they are saying its preety much safe, nobody ever got hiv from hand job. is this true? please help me in this regard uncle bob: i been reading all the posts everyday since 4 months. please give me your analysis based on my expousure to get that fuckking virus. please..i am really panic...uncle bob. please uncle bob....please.i would like to send the donation for the people who are living on hiv...
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Well, as it turns out, to contract "that 'fuckking' virus" sexually, one actually needs to do some "fuckking" or have significant exposure to infected bodily fluids. An oily yank of the tallywhacker doesn't qualify. I see no reason for panic or even mild worry. Your HIV risk is nonexistent.
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