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    STD THROUGH FOOD
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    An_248662 posted:
    Will really appreciate your opinion on this. Few days back I went for groceries and on my way back I had mutual masturbation session with my friend. (we both are male). I do not know his STD status. From there I went to McDonald and wash my hands 3-4 times with soap (McDonald Soap). I came back home and put the groceries in the freezer. Now I wonders if groceries are still ok? I am worried about my family members eating that grocery.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Your groceries (and your family consuming them) will all be perfectly fine. Even assuming your friend had an STD, there is simply no way it would contaminate the food you purchased and handled.

    Gail
     
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    worriedaboutHIV replied to georgiagail's response:
    Thanks Gail for your response.

    Groceries also include some meat (unpacked). Will it still be fine?
     
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    georgiagail replied to worriedaboutHIV's response:
    Yes; there is no risk here...

    Gail


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