|Wild night in country town has me worried sick
Aug 25, 2009
Hi Dr Frascino
I have donated to you before and you have re-assured and I consequently got my whoohoo however lst saturday night i had a misdemeanour and now i am worried sick. So i went to this country town in rural australia (i live here now) with some friends. I had a lot to drink an i got talking to tis girl in my hotel. We got together and went upstairs. Before i knew it we were exchanging vigorous unprotected oral sex. I also fingered her anus quite vigorously too. As i knew i had no pretection. I refused sex although she asked me to have unprotected sex with her. In the meantime my friends had been calling me on my cell. They were saying through a voicemail i later received that some locals had been telling them that she was a 'psycho' and on medication. I was considering having sex with her and asked how many partners she had before me. She told me she had 27 partners. Then i completely refused. I told here i had to go downstairs to see my friends and that was the end of that. Now after a long sober think, I am convinced i have caught something from her, the worst fear in my mind being HIV, Do you think i am at risk? I am really really really worried. Please let me know what you think?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Whether Psycho-Shelia had a few kangaroos loose in the top paddock or not, your HIV-acquisition risk from "vigorous unprotected oral sex" and finger-mining her backdoor remains extremely low. Take a read through the archives of this forum. We have an entire chapter devoted to oral sex. If you remain worried, get STD screening now and a single HIV-antibody test at the three-month mark. I'm quite confident you did not contract HIV form Miss Looney Tunes. Relax mate; she'll be apples.
Cheers and good luck.
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