|***Can I get a WOOOOO HOOOOO stamped by u??
Aug 13, 2009
Dear Dr. Bob, I just wrote u last week about the failed condom incident during vaginal intercourse that took place in jan 09, just got my test results today (from Labcorp),:"HIV 1/2 EIA AB screen -nonreactive", and negative for all other stds. Before I can get a woooo hoooo I need ur stamp and seal on it (U stamped one for me 3 years ago). Before u stamp it please read this carefully: -jan 09: condom breakage for 30 seconds during vaginal intercourse. - few protected encounters with women i dated ,the last one was around april 15 of 2009. - negative hiv test today (8/12/09) I believe my test results are conclusive for my last encounter in april of 2009(which was protected properly with latex condoms)
However 2 weeks ago, I had PROTECTED vaginal intercourse with a friend who said she tests regularly and is -ve for hiv and stds and always uses condoms. I DID NOT have condom breakage, failure or slippage. It was proper latex condom (I always checked it) with lots of water based lube (as u say lube is ur best friend), kissing and mutual masterbation (so no oral involved at all). Am I in the clear now or do I need another test in 13 weeks? I decided to abstence from sex till I get married so can I rest assured that I am HIV negative or could i have gotten sthg even though i used proper protection 2 weeks ago or am i being paranoid again?
I want to finally say two things: 1- I love u (in a brother way) 2- Ur good luck karma that u sent me worked for the second time!! 3- Thank you from the bottom of my heart about all the good things u do for us 4- Can u please stamp my WOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOO?
Your Egyptian Friend
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello Egyptian Friend,
Glad to hear my good-luck karma is still functioning so well! Consider your WOO-HOO officially Dr. Bob stamped!
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