|BiSexual, extasy, 3 months...oh my
Jan 11, 2011
Hello Dr. Bob,
First off, I am Bi-Sexual but have not gone all the way yet. I was at a club in DC with some friends, (all of us on E and drinking, I know it was stupid I've changed my ways since then) anyways I met up with a guy that night that knew a friend of mine. We had drinks and went to his place and really after that I just remember making out on his couch and not much else. I left his place later that night and didn't remember too much the next morning. My best friend suggested that I get an HIV test just in case we had sex and I didn't remember. I remember going to his place, having fun, then things get hazy, then I remember leaving his place and going home. Anyways, I had a blood test done 3 months and ten days after my night with him and it was negative. My question is:
1. Would I have realized/remembered sex? 2. Is my test result Woo-Hoo-Able(as you say on you say here)
Thanks, Love Me Some D.C.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi "Love Me Some D.C."
1. That would depend on how much E and alcohol you had.
I'm glad you have "changed your ways."
Be well. Stay well. Stay safe.
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