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Doctor had unprotacted oral sex and weired fingering

Jul 8, 2009

Dear Doctor, you are doing a great job and i feel like saluting u for nobel work you are doing.God bless you always.Please don't mind my english as i am from non english speaking country. I am a 30 year old doctor.I was on a medical conference in Dubai on 27/june/2009,where i met an Iranian doctor(she was 38 year old according to her).I am a straight man and never had sex with anyone except my wife.Anyhow my story begins here.I went to the disco with her and few other doctors in the evening of 28/june/2009.After that i went to her room,the plan was to watch a movie together but something else happened,she started kissing me i also became aroused and started fingering her with three fingers vigrously and while doing that i think i damaged her vaginal mucosa(as i penetrated my fingers deep into her vagina)and there was some bleeding from her vagina.I fingered her for about 20 minutes,after that i masterbated myself with the same hand for about one or two minutes.Than she gave me blowjob without condom for 15 minutes.I was thursting my Penis in to her oral cavity as i was on the top and ejaculated inside her mouth.During blowjob her teeth were touching my penis and i used to touch my pennis during blowjob with the same hand that i put in side her vagina.There was no vaginal intercourse.Now my questions are: 1)Can anyone get HIV from fingering bleedinng vagina for 20 minutes and than masterbating himself with vaginal blood on the fingers or hand? 2)Can any one get HIV by thursting penis into girl's mouth for 15 minutes and than touching the penis with same hand and hiv virus might have entered though micro abrasions and cuts produced by teeth during blowjob and in all this act teeth were costantly touching penis which can produce micoabrasions and cuts on the penis? 3)I didn't see any cut on my fingers annd penis,after all this episode what is my risk of getting infected? Please reply soon as i am returning to my country and my wife.I am totally freaked out and can't concentrate on any thing.I can't use condom with my wife, if i do i have to tell her everything.Please tell me can i have unprotected sex with my wife after returning back home in two days. KIndly guide me how to donate to your society and can i donate through credit card?

Response from Dr. Frascino


1. No, assuming the skin on your fingering fingers was intact.

2. Extremely unlikely at best.

3. Remote.

Your overall HIV-acquisition risk is extremely low at best.

I would recommend leveling with your wife. It's the best way to confront your guilt and deal with any uncertainty regarding your HIV status, even with this extremely low risk. It's also the right thing to do. You can then decide together whether to use latex condoms until your negative HIV status can be confirmed with an HIV-antibody test at the three-month mark. I'm quite confident the result will be negative, as the odds are astronomically in your favor that you did not contract HIV from your extracurricular activities at the Dubai medical conference.

Thank you for your interest in making a credit card donation to the Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation. Donation information can be found on the foundation's Web site at In return I'm sending you my good-luck karma that you are HIV negative.

Be well.

Dr. Bob

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