|I'm an idiot
Nov 11, 2006
I totally believed that you couldn't get HIV, etc... from receiving oral sex from a sex worker. Drunk and stupid, I paid a woman to perform oral sex on me. She started by having me in her mouth orally and then ejaculated me with her hand. Two weeks later a sore appeared next to my penis.I scrubbed it. It disappeared. Then two sores popped up in my both. I brushed them away with a toothbrush and they went away. I had night sweats, sore muscles, diarreah, lost appetite etc...Two weeks later I still do. Now my tongue is completely white. I keep reading that oral sex isn't very risky, but if I don't have HIV what else can it all mean? I threw my life away for less than five minutes of drunk stupidity. I have a wonderful wife, dream job, great kids and a new house. I got a $600 test last week and I will learn the results tomorrow. I am not sure I can last that long. I already know the answer.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You wasted $600 on an HIV test for oral insertive sex? Well, I wouldn't exactly agree with your self-proclaimed moniker, "I'm an idiot," but I would advise you just wasted 600 bucks. Your result was negative. Right? Gosh, how did I guess? Take a read through the archives and you'll hopefully be enlightened. I've said it once; I've said it a million times: symptoms do not equal HIV disease.
My advice is simple:
1. Level with your wife.
2. Don't get "drunk and stupid" again.
3. Don't waste money on expensive tests that aren't warranted! A simple inexpensive HIV rapid test at three months is all that you would have needed to confirm what I already knew: HIV is not your problem. No way. No how.
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