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WET TALKERS - I KNOW WITH YOU HUMOR YOU COULD HAVE A HAY DAY WITH THIS ! I WILL DONATE WELL.
Jan 17, 2010

Dr. Bob,

I know you could have a GREAT time with this question, but I am really concerned given this happens a lot to me in business. I couldn't find this direct quetion in the archives. Please address this.

Let me elaberate on my senario.

Again in my Business I deal with a lot of people I have to talk with. It doesn't mattre if they are at my office or I have to entertain them at a Supper club.

So they ar talking to you and you feel little drops of spit either hit by your eye. or hit your eye. Or, if you feel spit maybe hit your face or by your lips.

Now what if I have a cut by my lip from shaving,(where the spit directly hits) or a sensative tongue ( I eat a lot of mint lifesavers so some mornings, you know you might have cut your tongue along the way). I guess you could paint a lot of situations.

Considering every senerio that you could ever think of. Is a wet talker (spit coming from anothers mouth during conversation and hitting you) What if even it flew in your own mouth with a raw tongue( from mints no doubt) What are your chances of getting Hiv this way? No matter how worse a guy is spraying spit when he is talking at you, and the spit hits the eyes or mouth. Let's say the guy is HIV positve. What are the chances of HIV in this manner or in any situation like this?

I will give a donation so I need to know where to donate.

Thank You in Advance for your Answer.

You are doing GREAT things by Helping so many others.

Thank You again for an Answer,

Rich

I will Donate - Could you please answer my question !! (Submitted Jan 16, 2010) Dr. Bob,

You have my concerns. I hope you can give me an answer soon. I would like to move on and not think about dealing with all these people and being a little cautious. I'm sorry if you think maybe a little OCD might be lingering, but I have been wondering about this for quite some time.

Please give me a place to also make a donation.

Thanks,

Rich

Wet - Talkers (Submitted Jan 16, 2010) Dr. Bob,

I guess also what I am wondering is if getting little hits of spit in or near the eye,,,, or near a razor cut,,, or on the lips so close it is pratically in your mouth.

If a person was HIV posititve -- Is there any chance of catching the HIV virus this way?

There's the question.

Thanks,

Rich

QUICK QUESTION - PLEASE HELP! (Submitted Jan 16, 2010) Dr. Bob,

I have to Entertain Associates in my career. When we are at Supper Clubs. Sometimes some of these clients have one to many drinks.

They start talking and maybe I should say spraying.

My question is. If you feel little drops of spit either hit by your eye. or hit your eye. Or, if you feel spit maybe hit your face or by your lips. What are your chances of getting Hiv this way? No matter how worse a guy is spraying spit when he is talking at you and the spit hits the eyes or mouth. What are the chances of HIV in this manner?

I will give a doantion.

Thank You in Advance for your Answer.

You are doing GREAT things by Hlping so many others.

Thank You again for an Answer,

Rich

Response from Dr. Frascino

Rich,

You've submitted your question four times within the past 24 hours! My inbox wants to put a restraining order out on you! By the way, bombarding my inbox doesn't increase the likelihood or the speed with which I respond to questions. It actually just slows me down and sometimes I'll just skip folks who are excessively impatient and overly persistent. (Don't worry you didn't reach that category yet! But you were getting close!)

Whether suddenly surprised by being sprayed with spittle or gobsmacked by being smacked by a gob of spit in the eye or mouth from one of your soused clients, your HIV risk remains essentially nonexistent. Saliva that does not contain visible blood is not considered an HIV-infection risk.

Thanks for your donation to The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org). It's warmly appreciated.

Dr. Bob



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