|DR. PLEASE HELP THIS THE THIRD TIME I WRITING PLEASE HELP.
Aug 26, 2007
ABOUT 2.5 MONTHS AGO I WENT OUT WITH THIS GUY. WE ONLY FRENCHED KISSED AND HE WAS JERKING ME OFF. DURING THE JERKING OFF INCOUNTER I DONT KNOW IF HE WAS PLAYING WITH HIMSELF AS WELL. AFTER FIVE WEEKS I WENT AND I GOT TESTED IT WAS NEGATIVE. SOME PEOPLE TOLD ME IT WASNT ENOUGH TIME SO I WENT AND TESTED AGAIN 10 WEEKS AFTER THE INCIDENT MAKING ABOUT 2 .5 MONTHS NOW I HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS FOR YOU. 1. IF HE WAS TOUCHING HIMSELF AND HIS PRE CUM CAME OUT AND WHEN HE WAS JERKING ME OFF COULD HAVE HIS PRE CUM WENT DOWN THROGH THE WHOLE OF MY PENIS AND CAUSE ME AIDS? 2. CAN YOU GET HIV THROUGH FRENCH KISSING? I DONT KNOW IF HE HAD ANY BLEEDING GUMS OR IF I HAD ANY OPENINGS IN MY MOUTH. 3. IS 9.5 - 10 WEEKS AFTER THE INCIDENT GETTING TESTED ACURATE OR DO I HAVE TO GET TESTED AGAIN? 4. WHAT DO YOU THINK THE CHANCES OF ME GETTING HIVE THROUGH THIS SENIORIO IS? PLEASE HELP ME AND I WILL SEND YOU A NICE DONATION.
P.S. NERVOUS AND SHAKING GUY.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello Nervous and Shaking Guy,
1. Masturbation (jerking off) is not considered a significant risk for HIV transmission.
2. French kissing is not considered a significant risk for HIV transmission.
3. HIV-antibody tests taken prior to the three-month mark are not considered to be definitive or conclusive.
4. Negligible at best.
If you remain "nervous and shaking," get a rapid HIV test at the three-month mark. It will undoubtedly be negative; however, this may be the most effective and efficient way for you to put your residual HIV fears permanently to rest. Thanks for your tax-deductible donation to The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org).
I would strongly recommend you peruse the wealth of information on this site related to how HIV is and is not transmitted. You should find it both enlightening and reassuring.
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