worried future med student
Nov 21, 2007
First off, you are hilarious!! If you were on TV instead of lame DANE COOK, we'd be so much better off. Also you're a wonderful person who has helped out so many, and we really need more people like you in this world.
I've been wrestling with some questions for some time. After having a few sexual encounters with craigslist escorts. There was protected vaginal, however, in daze of horniness I gave unprotected cunnilingus and received unprotected fellatio. I got very paranoid and tested more than 6-8 months after the few episodes. Negative fortunately..
1) Do I need to worry about late seroconversion?
Since then, I have succumbed to craigslist multiple times, but with "special massages" not "full service." They include handjobs, french kissing, tit sucking, and sometimes me fingering the masseuse.
2) These acts are not risky correct?
I recently SUCCUMBED again. This time I fingered her over her panties mainly, but I did go under here and there to touch the labia, but no finger penetration. I then touched her tits maybe a minute after. Perhaps 5 to 10 minutes after she put my penis in between her breasts (I tit [bleeped] her).
3)Is this a risk/reason for concern if she had some fluid on her boobs?
Also what worries me is she touched my penis tip literally on the urethra before starting the tug job. She adamantly claimed she didn't touch herself before.
4)Urethral contact with hand or object that may have residual fluid is unlikely, but even if so, no risk right?
Last but not least, I believe we MIGHT have crotch to crotch contact with underwear on. This is kind of driving me nuts, b/c I'm not sure if we actually did, or if she was merely putting her abdomen on my crotch. Her panties seemed pretty resilient, but I had boxers, and you know how Mr. Happy pops through the boxers!
5)Would it be a risk if my penis popped out and touched her panty covered?
I'm taking the MCAT in 2 months and I'm very annoyed at myself because this stuff is distracting me! I think I'm through with these massages, not b/c of safety, but b/c of the worry they cause. Can I truly forget about it so I can focus and study?? I know you might say "get a test to solve residual worries" but I'm worried that waiting a couple months to test will truly mess with my studying. Logically I know I should put this behind me and study so I can rock the test. Should I let my logical side just kick my paranoid side's ass and get on with my life, or should I give in to the paranoia and test? Your input would be really cool right now.
Also, can I send a cash donation to the foundation? I would send a check, but in case my parents notice in my bank account, I don't want them asking questions. Where should I send it?
Response from Dr. Frascino
Hey there future med. stud. (That stands for student, not stud muffin.)
2. Correct! Not risky, just frisky and fun! including the tit-(bleep). (I assume that "special massage" package might be listed as the "VIPenis"?)
4. Right! No risk!
5. Nope. No risk!
I see no medical reason for an HIV test. So if your logical side can kick the paranoid side's butt, that's all that's required. However, if such ass-kickery is not effective, the next step would be a rapid HIV test at the three-month mark taken solely to put your unwarranted fears permanently to rest.
You have nothing to worry about! Oops, I retract that statement. I forgot about your upcoming MCAT!!
Good luck on your test (the MCAT). I already know you would pass the other one with WOO-HOO-flying colors!
Regarding cash donations, sure. You can send it to:
The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation 1000 Fremont Ave., Suite 145 Los Altos, CA 94024
Be well! Happy Thanksgiving.
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