SHINGLES AND ARS....MY WIFE
Jun 14, 2006
DOC, GOT SCARED SHITLESS AGAIN - MY WIFE (30 yrs old)GOT DIAGNOSED YESTERDAY WITH SHINGLES AND NOW I'M NERVOUS THAT I MAY HAVE KILLED HER - SHE IS EVERYTHING...WE GOT MARRIED A YEAR AGO BUT BEFORE WE WERE MARRIED (6MOS EARLIER) I HAD ABOUT 5 MIN OF UNPROTECTED ORAL (RECEIVING)FROM A HIGH RISK INDIVIDUAL...MY WIFE AND I HAD UNPROTECTED SEX A FEW WEEKS AGO - COULD THE SHINGLES BE A SIGN OF ARS OR HER BEING AFFECTED BY HIV OR WORSE WOULD SHE GET THIS NOW AS A RESULT OF HIV IF SHE WERE INFECTED A YEAR AGO...DOES THIS MAKE SENSE????DONATION IS FORTHCOMING SO THAT I CAN HELP... BE WELL - YOU ARE GREAT!
Response from Dr. Frascino
Relax, Shitless-Guy. There is absolutely no reason to get all constipated over this! The vast majority of cases of shingles, even in 30-year olds, have absolutely nothing to do with HIV.
Insertive unprotected oral sex carries an extremely low risk of HIV transmission. However, since you remain worried about your pre-marital blowjob, why not just get an HIV rapid test? Within 20 minutes, all of your fears will be vanquished by your negative test result.
This would also prevent similar unwarranted worries from resurfacing in the future.
Stop worrying. Be well. Stay well.
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