bob ill donate you...pls answer my question ....i plead u
Oct 3, 2006
please answer my question..i would be really grateful to you.i work in motel,i masturabted on bed used by other couple as soon as they came outside i went inside for checking the room and masturbated on the bed.i did this act 1 month back and from 4th day after that act i am having the following symtoms: fever,rashes,white coating on tongue and swelling of lymph nodes in arm pits,sore throat,joint pains etc...its been 1.5 month i still have symtoms do u think there are chances of getting infected by hiv by means of masturbating...(if the semen or blood of hiv infected person entered in to my body).i have not been involved in sex nor in blood transfusion till now.is there any chance of contracting hiv by masturbation....iam really going crazy..i promise to donate money to your foundation soon
Response from Dr. Frascino
Any chance of contracting HIV by masturbating on a bed used by other horndogs doing the horizontal mattress mambo just prior to your solo whack-a-thon? Nope! Relax, Max. You're fine, OK? Stop worrying and stop feeling so guilty. The sheets needed to be laundered anyway, right?
Stay well. Thanks for your donation (www.concertedeffort.org).
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