|Hey Doc!! PLEASE ANSWER I" M SO PARANOID!! AND I WILL DONATE
Sep 4, 2007
First off i just wanna say what your are doing is so nice and wanna say GOODJOB. Well I had intercourse with an escort on August 9th. When do you think i should get tested and as paranoid as i am, do u think i should get an early test for my status before those 3 months. Also we had intercourse for 2 min and oral sex for 2 min as well. Hey what can i say i'm new DOC! Well what if i have not washed for the whole day and lets say some fluids are on my pubic hairs what are your comments about that?
Well i will donate some money for your organization because your answers to people are helpful.
Hope you get this and answer as SOON AS POSSIBLE
| Response from Dr. Frascino
If your mattress mambo with Ellie Escort was protected and the latex condom was used properly and did not fail, your HIV risk would be essentially nonexistent. However, if you decided to go commando-Rambo (unprotected) on your Naughty Lady of Shady Lane, you'll need an HIV test at the three-month mark. I do not recommend testing prior to that, because the results would not be considered conclusive.
Finally, "fluids" on pubic hair for a day are not considered to be an HIV-transmission risk.
Stay safe and you'll stay well.
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