|Please help me
Apr 14, 2011
Hi Doctor hope you are doing great, doctor i had an encounter with prostitute on on 3rd of March 2011 only kissing closed mouth, boob sucking No vaginal or Annal sex nor i inserted my Fingers in vagina or Anus i just touched her panty and i touched her Vagina for a brief period of 5-10 seconds i remember i didn't have any cuts on my fingers and tried to kiss her vagina due to fear i didn't kiss and after the encounter later on after 2 weeks on 15th-16th of March 2011 i had Rashes on my upper part of chest and back followed by light fever i took some medicine the fever went off as well the rashes, now the rashes keep reoccurring only on back not on chest. doctor do you think that i have been infected with HIV Virus Doctor please ans my question. I promise to donate 100 USD for your cause
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Do I think you have been infected with HIV? Nope! Absolutely not. In fact your HIV-acquisition risk is nonexistent! I see no cause for concern whatsoever. HIV testing is not warranted.
Thank you for your generous support of The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org). Your one gift will touch many lives and is very warmly appreciated.
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