|Dr Frascino Please Help
Sep 12, 2006
I think this is a silly question and i know this is a silly question. Execpt i suffer from depression and little things effect me.
I went to a sex worker the other day. We had protected sex no break. So all was well but i get jock rash between my thighs which i itch. if her virginal fluids if there was any touched this area would there be a risk. I have rung the sex clinic in adelaide, south australia here and the Dr said not to be silly and not worry he said there would be zero to no chance of there being any problem what so ever.
Please could you give your views.
thank you verry much.
A Very Worried Soul
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello Worried Soul,
You went to a sex worker and now are worried about her "virginal fluids" on your jock rash??? Hmmm . . . . Either this was her first day on the job and you were the first client of this sex worker, or her "virginal fluids" weren't so "virginal" after all.
At any rate, your HIV risk is essentially nonexistent. I agree with your South Australian doc. No worries ! OK?
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