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Sore Testicles After Oral Sex Worried I Have HIV

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scratching testicles worries

Dear Bob,I had sex with a call girl (not so good looking). Anyways, I has sex with her and remember that i had scrathed my self before having sex with her. I tried to find any bleeding on my tesicles where i Had scarthed my self and could not find...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello "scratching testicles Worried",You walk around scratching your nuts and then have sex with a "not so good looking" call girl?? Sounds like the opening scent to a bad porno movie.Relax, big guy. Your condom should have... Read more »

sex during her period after roughly scratching testicles

I had sex with a women and she had her period. I'm worried because I had been really... Read more »

Oral sex with a canker sore (donation for answer)

Hi Dr. Bob,About 36 hours ago I performed unprotected oral sex (I was the receptive partner) on a... Read more »
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Oral Sex and HIV Risk

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