Il piu' simpatico dottore del mondo
Aug 10, 2010
ciao Doctor, sei il piu' simpatico dottore che abbia incontrato in un forum e forse anche nella realta'. I'M AN IDIOT MARRIED MEN FROM PALERMO THAT MADE A MISTAKE, FIRST STUPID MISTAKE. Anyway here with my anxiety: I have recently visited an escort from Ukraina in UK. I DID NOT have sex with her, I have only masturbated MYSELF in front of her while she was masturbating her self. I have ejaculated on her belly. I'm very worried now as (maybe just guilt being married) I did touch her belly. She had massaged her belly and breast with her hands so I'm extremely worried if my urethra got in contact with her vaginal secretions or blood from her vagina that could have been passed on on her belly. Do I need to worry for HIV? Do I need testing? Tomorrow I'll rejoin my wife IN SICILIA and she'll definetely would like to have unprotected sex, can I level with her and tell her not to have sex until 3 months have past? Please ease my anxiety with an answer as soon as you can. Thanks a lot. Tell me if I can just move on and forget this stupid mistake made.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Relax Max! Your HIV-acquisition risk is nonexistent. Neither worry nor HIV testing is warranted. Your problem is related to guilt and anxiety. I would suggest you level with your wife (be prepared for some fireworks, you know what tempers Sicilians can have!). It's not only the best way to confront your guilt; it's also the right thing to do.
PS Grazie mille per tuoi parole molti gentili.
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