|More worried than Gaddafi
Apr 3, 2011
Hello my platonic love,
Yesterday, I used cocaine and drink (only yesterday I don't like cocaine) and I had sexual intercourse with 3 prostitutes because I am a very depressive man (I am seeing a psychiatrist. I hope win this battle). The sexual relation was protected vaginal sex and unprotected receptive and insertive oral sex. (Before I frequently have sex with prostitutes protected vaginal sex and unprotected receptive and insertive oral sex).
Today I am urinating frequently (I am drinking aqua) and have burning urination. A friend (medical student) said me take azithromycin 2gr one dosis for prophylaxis for others STD's (Gonorrhea - chlamydia)
Could it be HIV?? Is my friend right?? Should I be tested??
| Response from Dr. Frascino
"More worried than Gaddafi . . . ." LOL, I like that!
I do have to wonder about the cause and effect relationship to your statement, ". . . I had sexual intercourse with 3 prostitutes because I am a very depressive man . . . ." Hmm. If every guy who gets a case of the blues decides to bang a trio of hookers, we're going to run out of babes-for-hire real quick.
Your HIV-acquisition risk is low, assuming the latex condom was used properly and did not fail (break). Oral sex carries only a low risk for HIV transmission. That you were under the influence of alcohol and cocaine certainly could have clouded your judgement regarding safer sex.
Because you are having burning on urination, I would suggest you see your doctor or local health department for STD screening. It's important to know what you're treating rather than just taking antibiotics.
As for HIV, you'll need to wait until the three-month mark for a definitive test. Hopefully by then Gaddafi (check spelling) will be nothing but a bad memory.
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