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naughty Massage girl
Aug 3, 2009

Hi doc.. my donation is on its way to your foundation.. now here is my query.. i went to a massage parlour.. the massage girl was nude and sat over my back and massaged by back with oil.. my concern is.. while she was sitting on my back/buttocks/thighs.. is it possible to get infected by her vaginal fluids dripping.. i have quite a few pimples on my back(mostly heat boils).. is it possible to get infected in this way.. i am really worried.. :( i asked a local hiv expert in australia.. and he said that there is no reason to worry.. but i would love to hear "essentially non-existent" from you.. is it "essentially non-existent" or do i have to test at 3 months.. i have never had intercourse/oral sex etc... this is my only sexual experience.. she also gave me a handjob with oil.. is that risky?

Response from Dr. Frascino

G'day mate,

Relax Max. Your happy ending rub-and-tug would not be a risk for HIV. Yep, that means "essentially nonexistent." And the only reason to get tested would be for peace of mind. "She'll be apples mate," OK?

Dr. Bob



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