|I am being a man, I am sorry for my past posts!! - Please answer me, i am on my knees!!
Jan 13, 2009
You know whati am talking about, i have been guilty of posting the same question under different alias!
But i am being a man, and saying sorry, i promise i wont do it again and go away quitely if you answer my question. I know its in the archives, but yeah, hearing from you, would help me calm my fears.
I am trying to find various possible answers for my lapse in judgement. Unfortunately, i am yet to find an answer for what i did.
Anyway, i enagaged in protected vaginal sex, and protected oral sex with an escort. Initially, she gave me protected blow job, and the condom was intact. Later, i engaged, in protected vaginal sex, however i did not ejaculate, upon finishing, when i removed my penis, i saw the condom intact and covering my pee-hole. Now, Inspiteo f this iam worried, i am not feeling well, and perhaps trying to connect a simple cold to ARS.
Moreover, i asked the escort about testing and she advised they usually test at 3 months and have to submit the certificate at the place where they carry their business, ensuring they are fit.
Please i am going nuts, should i test?
Any help is much appreciated.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
As you found out, being devious is not an effective way to get a personalized response from me. I accept your apology. However, since you "know (your answer) is in the archives," I suggest you revisit those responses. I can assure you I have not changed my assessment, opinion or advice.
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