|Help! Mistake on taking off the condom?
Jan 6, 2007
Dear Doc, you are really a hero and provide much needed encouragement to thousands of people in this forum. I feel my case has never been asked before. So please help to answer and I really worry about it.
Right before the New Year, I made a stupid mistake (would never again) and went to meet an escort. She first did protected oral for several minutes. Then I asked her to put on a new condom before the vaginal action. It last no more than 2 minutes. Everything was fine until I tried to take off the second condom in the end. I pulled out several "hairs" around Mr. Happy along with the condom. Could the virus enter through the hair hole there? I asked the girl and she said she tested two weeks ago and everything is fine. But now one week after the incident, I'm having a flu-like symptoms including sore throat and running nose. I'm worried to death and please help! What is chance of getting infected this way?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You pulled out hairs around your Mr. Happy? OUCHAMAGOUCHA! What a way to kill a pleasant afterglow! But as for HIV transmission, relax, Max! I see absolutely no cause for concern or worry. Your HIV risk is nonexistent.
To avoid future painful episodes, what about doing a bit of "manscaping" in the nether regions? Grab a machete and chop some of that wild underbrush away! Not only will a little trim decrease the possibility of future hair-pulls, it will also make your one-eyed monster appear even more monstrous in size.
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