|Please please answer my question
Sep 19, 2010
Please please answer my question. I am truly terrified. I went to a massage parlor 2 days ago. The place seemed clean but definetly not upscale. 1. during the massage I sucked on the girls nipple. I didn't feel any fluid from her but I sucked it for about 40 seconds. Could I have gotten HIV or any std from this act. My gums do bleed when I brush my teeth hard. 2.I have pimples on my back. I have no idea if any burst or not during the hard part of the massage but if they did am I at risk for contracting hiv? 3.After the massage she rubbed down my back with a hot towel. If the pimples popped, could a dirty towel have infected me? 4. She gave me a handjob with oil. Was I at risk during that part? I didnt notice any cuts on her hands but it was dark in the room. PLEASE PLEASE ANSWER ME. I HAVE SEEN ANSWERS IN THE FORUMS BUT A PERSONAL RESPONSE WOULD GO ALONG WAY TO ALLEVIATE MY FEARS. PLEASE DO NOT PUT OUT MY EMAIL ADDRESS OR PHONE NUMBER ON THE WEB. THANkS SO MUCH IN ADVANCE.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
I'll respond only briefly, as I've answered many very similar questions before and those responses are readily available in the archives of this forum. Have a look for a more detailed response on this topic.
1) Noshing on boobs is not considered a risk for HIV transmission, even if your gums bleed when you brush your teeth. (Remember to floss daily to strengthen those gums!)
Relax Max! All is well, including you, OK?
Thank you for your donation to The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org). It's urgently needed and warmly appreciated.
Be well. Stay well.
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