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Oral sex and herpes
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kt528ga - October 29

I had oral sex with a guy two days ago and he ejected in my mouth. I knew I shouldn't have sex without protection, but somehow I made that mistake. Now I had cold sore(herpes) on my upper lip, which I had before. But I also have a runny nose this timw. Before that I had some sore on my gum. What's the possibility for me to get STDs from oral sex and what should I do now? Please help... I'm not sure if this has anything to do with the guy and I've been worried about it...

 

Vance2335 - October 30

Im glad you are concerned about your health following this incident. I?ll discuss STDs in my answer- but, should you have become infected with any STD, you must let your former partner know. If you don?t, he could be infecting more people.

 

kt528ga - October 30

To make to question more clear, will herpes 2 (genital herpes virus)cause cold sore, or blisters on the mouth?

 

ireneo - October 30

Please see your doctor, or visit your local STD clinic. It?s important to get a clean bill of health.

 

Shane - October 30

I agree, chances are, a whole battery of STD tests will be ordered for you, including herpes I&II, chlamydia, syphllis, gonorrhea, HPV, and HIV.

 

Oblivion - October 30

The short answer is yes, herpes I and II can spread from genital to oral and back to genital herpes.

 

Shane - October 31

You can reduce outbreaks and sores with anti-virals, but once infected, a person can infect for life.

 

Leslie Know - October 31

If you had a cold sore (herpes) on your lip, you could have infected your partner as well. You said you had the sore before he ejaculated in your mouth, so you could transmit the virus to him.

 

Oblivion - October 31

If you've ever had sex, you may be at risk for having an STI. Your risk is higher if you have had many sex partners, have had sex with someone who has had many partners or have had sex without using
condoms.

 

Lola - November 6

Herpes simplex I and II spread very easily when sores are present. Herpes I and II sores can also spread between the mouth and genitals of different individuals during oral sex.

 

sweetie - November 6

Sometimes people have the herpes viruses but don't show any symptoms. These people can still spread the herpes viruses to others.?

 

dee - November 6

Could be Molluscum contagiosum or genital warts, Not to sure my self. But i have something similar and i been told both of them things.

 

Dallasfan - November 7

People with herpes simplex I get cold sores or fever blisters around the mouth or nose lasting for a few days to a few weeks. Other symptoms may include fever, fatigue, swollen glands and muscle pain. These signs can be considerably more severe and longer-lasting in people with HIV.

 

kt528ga - November 7

how about the other type??

 

Dallasfan - November 7

People with herpes simplex II break out from
time to time with painful sores on the anus or genitals. They oftentimes feel like they have the flu before and during an outbreak. Once again, symptoms can be considerably more severe and longer-lasting in people with HIV.

 

revan_delacroix - November 7

Herpes I and Herpes II are viral infections spread through direct skin to skin contact and sexual contact (oral, anal or vaginal). The main difference between Herpes I and Herpes II is that the Herpes I
virus is usually found in the mouth or facial area and the Herpes II virus is usually found in the genital area.

 

ireneo - November 9

Some other symptoms of herpes are flu-like symptoms, fatigue, fever or swollen glands. Both Herpes I and Herpes II can cause either genital and/or oral outbreaks and the virus remains in the body for the person's entire life.?

 

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