Las Vegas Guy AGAIN..but I'm ok
Sep 8, 2007
Hey Dr. Bob.. Greetings from sin city. Quick question.. I had "shit breath" for real.. Then I coughed up these chunks of "white Beads" that were super-stinky...and it eventually went away. My question is..this would happen every 6 months or so after my encounter with the "botswana-babe"..I know its not hiv related..but are there any other wierd stds that this might be a symptom of that I should be tested for? Hope you are well and fun trip out here. Black and white party next week at the palms I plan on going..profits go to local hiv org. Thanks again for your help. Have a gr8 fall-the season ;) your friend in Sin city
Response from Dr. Frascino
Hey Sin City Stud,
So you're wondering if Botswana-Babe is causing "super-stinky white-beads and shit-breath" every six months or so?!?!?! Nah . . . your symptoms are not indicative of an STD. It sounds more like a problem with cryptic tonsils or low-grade intermittent tonsillitis or sinusitis. I'd suggest you see an ENT physician next time friends start passing out when they get close enough to get a whiff of your breath or when you start yorking up those nasty loogies.
I'll next be in Vegas in November. Please hold all Megabucks jackpots until I arrive.
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