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Wrestling risk ? 2nd ATTEMPT - Made a donation

Hello doc,I realize that you get way too many emails and I am hoping you look at this one.. I have also made a donation at http://www.concertedeffort.org to help the cause.A few days ago, I wrestled with a stripper at a private party. She had her...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,Why wrestle the stripper? Was she trying to escape the horned-up bachelor's party or something? Oh, never mind. Whatever floats your boat. Your HIV risk from stripper wrestling is nonexistent, even with your bruise. If HIV were contracted... Read more »

HIV, Wrestling, and other Sports

While I am at this site I would like to pose this question to anyprofessional out there who would... Read more »

contact with blood during wrestling session

I was in my wrestling class and while executing a drill with a co-athlete i found some blood spots... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Hi, I'm 14 years old and very worried. Last year I was wrestling around with this kid and I sliced my hand on his braces. I have heard that braces make your mouth bleed and I'm worried his blood may have mixed with mine. I don't know if he had aids,... Read more »

Beginnings of Relationship, with Pos/Neg scenario

Posted by zehava71, 3 Replies
Hi all....this is my first post as I'm wrestling with a possible new relationship with a negative man.....I am positive and have disclosed my status to him a few weeks back.....we now seem to be in a grey area in terms of dating.....he told me a... Read more »

Potential HIV risks please help

Posted by 613, 3 Replies
OK, Just for clarification, I have considered taking an HIV test when I get my yearly physical here are my risks

1. Received oral sex from a woman in 2006 (unprotected)
2. fingered the same girl
3. touched blood of 2 different people at different times... Read more »

blood-to-blood exposure?

Posted by paranoid_android, 2 Replies
Please help me,
A friend of mine volunteers and looks after AIDS orphans. She also French (deep) kisses lots of people on a frequent basis. She also chews her fingers until the point where they bleed slightly.
Yesterday she playfully wrestled me and I... Read more »