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okay, so can someone please help me understand how long I would need to be outbreak free so that my partner can perform oral sex on me? I do Not have OB's in my vagina area, its near and around my anal area only when I have them.

any suggestions would certainly be helpful and appreciated and it would certainly cut down on my stress levels as my partner really enjoys this part of our sexual experiences and I him. I really don't want to get on medication, but the OB's have been so back to back for the past year in a half, I may consider, but I hate hate hate the idea of having to take a drug for this thing.


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This site recommends waiting 7 days since your outbreak has cleared to proceed with sexual contact. Since you can shed anywhere in your genital region it really does not matter where you have an outbreak.

Good luck!


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Okay thanks............be nice however if I could get exact details on this specific thing, thanks for the recommedations...I will do what I can on research on this :-) I do know that when I have had outbreaks in the anal area...I've still had sexual intercourse and the oral done on me and my partner hasn't got it yet...unless he is a carrier and doesn't know it? I suppose that would be a huge step to take....nexT.

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