Sensual Massage Scared I Have AIDS

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Massage parlour horror

Hello Doc,I happened to go to a massage parlour 10 days back,the place looked decent.....after some maasage she offered hand job,she put oil on her hands and mean while i squeezed her nipples and also my mouth and toungue was in contact with her...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Hello,"Massage parlor horror?" What was so horrible? Dude, you had a routine "rub-and-tug" and nipple nosh. Why are you so worried? The HIV-acquisition Read more »

bed riddin from fear (my GP scared me again)

Hi Dr Bob I hope your doing well.I'm the guy who's doctor told me I needed pep for having a... Read more »

Scared straight? 3 Years of fear - followed your advice - Please read Bob.

Possible exposure on Sept. 29, 2006 at 12:30 AM.Elevated liver enzymes in Feb 2007. Negative B, C,... Read more »
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Peripheral Neuropathy and HIV/AIDS

...narcotics may be considered. Other treatments can include: Topical lidocaine patch called Lidoderm Acupuncture, massage, yoga, hypnosis, and meditation A visit to the podiatrist to discuss how to care for your feet and whatshoes... Read more »
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