|Ring my friend, I said you call Doctor Robert
May 27, 2009
hello doctor robert, here your peruvian buddy and fan again, i had read many of your answers about condom failure, but nodoby mention a rupture during the oral sex, well i want to know if it`s really posible, cause how i told you in the question before, i didnt notice any evident rupture (or blood) after this sexual working lady did it to me (big mistake i know), but i still have the damn DOUBT .. ohh please doctor robert. also wanted to know if i should test again its warranted?, i did test at 48 or 50 days and came negative.. i send you my best wishes to you and your noble cause, and i want to give a little but warmly, how you say, donation cause your work its admirable. (i dont know where) waiting for your "no way, no how".. hopefully! take care dr robert.. your big fan J.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi Big Fran Peruvian J.,
Insertive oral sex carries only a very slight risk for HIV acquisition. Protected oral sex would carry essentially no risk assuming the latex condom was used properly and did not break. When a latex condom breaks, it's usually very dramatic. If you didn't notice a rupture, chances are excellent the condom remained intact.
As for HIV testing, your negative HIV test at 48 (or 50) days is very encouraging; however, not conclusive. You'll have to wait for the three-month mark to get a definitive result. From what you've told me I have no doubt the result will be negative.
Thank you for your donation to The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation. Donation information can be found on the foundation's Web site at www.concertedeffort.org.
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