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Herpes from fingering? Please help!

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My boyfriend has oral and genital herpes (type 2). We have never had sex, only kissing, and we were making out tonight. Well, while we were making out he got, um... excited, and reached into his pants to adjust himself. He did not wash his hands after doing this. About five to fifteen minutes later he stuck his hands down my pants and tried to finger me. I couldn't BELIEVE he would do that. I told him to stop and demanded he go into the bathroom and wash his hands immediately!

He never touched the inside of my vagina, but he did touch the skin around it and the outside of my butt near the crack.

Is it possible that he could have been having an outbreak, reached down, touched the outbreak and then passed it on to me?

And if he wasn't having an outbreak, is it possible that he could have been shedding the virus from his genitals, touched it and then passed it on to me?

I am livid! I tried to find the answers online but none of them seemed definite. Please help! :(

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TheArcheologist

More than likely not, the virus outside the body only lives for a few seconds, if it was 15 min the changes of him passing it to your lower tummy or you butt is slim. You should have just told him no rather that yell at him though, i wouldn't be suppressed if hes more reserved for a few days.

however you acted putting your self first and there is nothing wrong with that.

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NeedToKnow
if your that paranoid about getting it maybe you shouldnt be with him?

I agree. Where do you see this relationship going if you are that scared of it?

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