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TMI-2
Oct 14, 2008

Remember that "hooker" I mentioned last week? I was told last night that she WAS, in fact, a hooker. One that dances with Liberace's demon thanks to her dance with Page's demon. That news has already lead to one fight I could not win, but I'm not the club type anyway. Broken bones can heal, broken pride can steel. She was on my horse for much MUCH longer than I thought a junky could go without a fix, so either that wasn't true or she has finished one of her dances. Given this new information, I'm assuming your opinion of the risks in my previous statement won't change. However, my statement will. Even though the furrows she plowed weren't noticable (you would think a pro could do at least a semiprofessional job... hint one that someone's flingin fertilizer), and they were mostly covered under the laytex, the laytex did slip up a little bit towards the end of the ride. The muzzle (glans) was covered, but the barrel (shaft) of my custard cannon was somewhat exposed. As mensioned, the lice shampoo did not irritate any wounds from the plow. However, I did draw blood later on digging a couple of the bugs out at the base. So they must have already drilled a well down to my blood stream. Do these new circumstances warrant a six month test? Or will the test I have already scheduled in time to celebrate valantine's day (at roughly 4 months) suffice? Or, since my mucous membranes remained covered, and any wells to my blood stream were bug plugged until I jumped off the hairy go round, soaped the rope, and dug the bug, is testing medically warraunted? Regardless, it's going to happen. I just had to ask.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

My advice and assessment remain unchanged, even with supplemental information added to TMI! If the business end of your tallywhacker remained encased in his latex raincoat, your HIV risk is essentially nonexistent, assuming the condom did not fail. The primary purpose for an HIV-antibody test at the three-month mark would be to put any residual HIV fears permanently to rest.

Good luck.

Dr. Bob

TMI (Too Much Information) Oct 2, 2008

Pardon the biker speak, I know it doesn't mix well with the medical mumble.

Had a lay down with my new hooker the other night. It all started with her slurping the nephew for a second until I asked her to stop cuz she was draggin the plow. Things progressed after I put on a helmet. I was looking her in the eye (this is an embarrassing part), and she didn't look to be hearing angels. So... I pulled up short and backed it out.

She looks up at me with a pair of 18" eyes, "Did the condom come off!?" The urgency in her tone spoke louder than a set of Cobra pipes. "No darlin', I watch the guages as I ride. I must have left you at the last marker, though."

I hobbled to the head to slip out of my raingear. Imagine my surprise when I discovered a few new freckles across my abs. I picked them out, smeared some lice shampoo across the six pack, and commented to her that she should do the same. Wow! Her fender was clear (or I would have noticed as I slipped her out of her lacey's), but her lower fairing was a regular beach b-b-q. Plenty of crab to spare.

As my WBC count is typically redlined (14.2k) and my neutrophil is too (77%, 10.9K), lice and other come and go (parasitic) party crashers don't really concern me as they don't hang around long after the party ends.

However, the current tingling in my tighties does. (1) Would you guess this is just from the bug shampoo? Obviously, I'll need to be looking in a few weeks to see if I picked up herpes from the slurpies. (2) What else should I have an eye for?

This, I hope, is where you tell me that since I applied the lay tax before the long run, my only real HIV risk would be a few minutes of insertive oral. "The risk for getting HIV through insertive oral sex is practically zero" (Kull, 2002)

Aside from her flea circus telling me that she has been a little too communal, (3) does a case of crabs THAT bad suggest trouble with her immune system? (4) does her almost drawing blood while she was smokin my pickle increase the odds of transmission (if, Clapton forbid, she is positive)? (5) would the irritation caused by the lice shampoo so soon after sex increase my risk? (that was the end of that ride) There were no visible tooth marks, and no stinging, thus I'm thinking I either didn't get the shampoo where I didn't want it, or that it wouldn't have been an open wound if I had.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

I much prefer "biker speak" to "medical mumbo-jumbo."

"Draggin the plow" while "sluping the nephew"? OUCHAMAGOUCHA! Doesn't anyone (except gay men) know how to give a decent blowjob these days?

As for your new "freckles" and your hooker's "lower flair being a beach-b-b-q with plenty of crab to spare," ICK!

To answer your specific questions:

1. Probably. It would certainly not be HIV related, as your raingear was intact and the few minutes of "slurpies" would carry only a negligible risk for HIV acquisition.

2. A routine STD screen will cover you for the major players gonorrhea, Chlamydia, syphilis, etc.

3. No.

4. Not as long as she didn't actually draw blood by breaking the skin on your tallywhacker.

5. Nope.

Take care "easy rider."

Dr. Bob



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