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Just graduated. Stupid way to celebrate. Please help, Dr. Bob.

Jul 27, 2011

Hello Dr. Bob,

First off, I'd like to point out that your doing a wonderful job over here helping everybody out.

I'm a 22 year old male who just graduated University. Long story short, last night we went out to party and we brought back some prostitutes.

There was no kissing. I sucked on her nipples for a little and she did the same. I received protected oral from her. I did not give her any oral. We had protected vaginal sex twice. The condom was intact during the entire thing (during oral and vaginal). The first time, I had pulled out and came in the condom. The second time, I did not cum. Neither really lasted too long. I washed my hands and penis right after we were done.

I have to admit, I'm a little worried now that I may have contracted something. I guess I'm looking for some type of re-assurance. I'm about to start my life.

Thanks, J

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello, J.

Relax Max. You played safe. Very safe. BRAVO! HIV can't penetrate intact latex. No way. No how. A nosh on the nipples is not an HIV risk. Continue to play safe, and you'll stay safe.

Congrats on getting your diploma (and not getting a sexually transmitted disease!).

Dr. Bob

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