|You're not answering because you don't know the answer
Mar 18, 2007
You refuse to answer my question because you do not know whether having a stomach bug could allow me to contract HIV from a handjob. Now you say handjobs are not a risk for HIV infection, you can't get HIV from a handjob it is a form of safe sex. I accept that. However because I had a stomach bug, and my immune system is weaker, you refuse to answer my question of whether a handjob in this instance constitutes a risk for HIV. For example, sweat which does not usually cause HIV may spread it to me because I had a stomach bug and hence my immune system was weaker. I have had classical HIV ARS symptoms, including a sore throat and fever 6 weeks after the incident. And then 6 weeks later I have been feeling very tired for about 20 days straight, so this is probably anemia. So could a handjob cause HIV if I had a stomach bug which hence weakened my immune system. Yes or no? I suspect the answer is that you don't know!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
I'm not answering, because I don't know the answer???? What????? Actually I do know the answer to your query, but I see absolutely no reason to share that information with you until you learn some manners. What I will say is that all of your assumptions are as incorrect as the one in the title of your question.
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