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Hey all this is my first post and i got a question i have herpes 1 the cold sores around the face ive had it since i was born but anyways im supposed to be with this girl tonight and i had a outbreak of a couple of sores on sat or sunday but i realized what they were and put ice on them so now one is not even noticeable and really not their but the other one is fairly noticeable but its still small and dosent itch or tingle or anything so my question is should i still be with this girl tonight even though theirs a chance it might be spread to her.

Oh and if theirs any fast ways to get rid of them that you use please post it.


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don't go down on her. tell her before you get intimate that you've had some cold sores on your face recently, so it's not a good idea to have oral sex. mutually masturbate, massage each other, have vaginal sex, but don't let your face touch her genitals. you should wait at least a week after the visibility of the sore disappeared completely to return to oral sex.

having caught herpes, i suspect, from oral sex, it's really important that you take it seriously for her sake.

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having caught herpes, i suspect, from oral sex, it's really important that you take it seriously for her sake.

Were you talking about me cause if so no i was born with this disease but what about kissing should i be worried that ill just give her cold sores too?

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Yes. You can transmit your oral herpes (cold sore) to any part of someone else's body via contact with mucous membrane or broken skin. If you are having an outbreak you definitely shouldn't be kissing anyone, anywhere.


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you probably shouldn't be kissing either. if you kiss her, and then she goes down on you, YOU can get herpes this way. And, if you go down on her, she could get herpes that way.

Play it safe, don't screw it up with this girl, just don't do it.

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