Jun 16, 2010
Ciao dottore Robert come stai? Le scrivo da Venezia in Italia. I'd like to send you a donation as well if I may. I have asked you a question a couple of weeks ago and I'm still worried. I went to see a massage/escort Thai. I had a massege and No penetrative sex at all. after the massage while I was keeping my trousers on and she had her g-string thin slips on as well we did frottage my penis on her vagina 1. Do you think some vaginal secretions or menstrual blood could have gone trough my pants and into the urethra any risk for HIv or STD? I touched her Vagina (always on top of her undies) then I masturbated my self 2.again If i had picked up secretions trough the undies could i have infected my self during the masturbation? While masturbating my self I touched (only time i phisically touched her body directly) her breast and did not notice if she had vaginal secretions or menstrual blood if for some unlacky reason she may have passed on her breast with her hands. 3. did I risk to get infected for HIV or STD? Sono molto preoccupato and sorry for my english as well. I don't want to put my partner life at risk. 3. Can I have sex with my STUPENDA partner? I've been so stupid. 4. do I need to test? GRAZIE, GRAZIE, GRAZIE
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Buon Giorno Franco Molto Preoccupato,
Io sto abbastanza bene. Grazie!
Second 3. Yep!
Prego. Prego. Prego.
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