i am scared doc
Jan 20, 2007
hi doc i hope u are fine .doc i am scared a month ago a woman gave me a blow job 2 times and we kissed a good couple of times 3 weeks later i got a flu like symptom i think it was the cold not really sure anyways i experienced sneezing feeling hot and feeling a sunburn feeling on my back chest and neck no rash swollen lymph nodes on my neck groin and armpit and a sore throat for 3 days doc this is ars i am scared i called the girl i was with i asked her if she is sick she told me no and she came by me and showed me her blood test for hiv she tested negative on nov 16 2006 we were together on dec 1 i know oral carries a low risk but i am still scared those symptoms i have are ars symptoms they last all together 5 days maybe a week i intend to get tested in 3 months please doc repone tell me your opinoion and i will be sending a donation when i send u this message thank u .and i hope u will respone.
Response from Dr. Frascino
You want my "opinoion???" Hmmmm.. what's that?
I agree with you: insertive oral sex carries a very low risk for HIV transmission. Your symptoms are very nonspecific. If you are worried, get a single HIV test at the three-month mark. Thanks for your donation (www.concertedeffort.org). I'll send my good-luck karma that your definitive three-month test will be negative, as I very strongly believe it will indeed be. Remember, the odds are astronomically in your favor, OK?
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