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Hi everyone,I recently had my first out-break two weeks ago most certinly gh hsv-1.everything seemed clered up and then i had sex for the first time and during i felt a little rip were a had a cut like sore during my outbreak.In the morning i checked and sure enough it appered as it did befor asmall cut with asmall amount of blood at the surface.Other than that no other sores.So i guess what i am asking is this an outbreak?Is it safe to have sex with my man who gave it to me from his oral hsv.

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first time i had sex after a outbreak hurt like hell.

sometimes the friction of sex, can cause a ob.

and was your ob the same with just small cuts? cause it might be, i would be safe and let it go away before doing any thing else.

and no its not, he has oral, if you arent using protection you can give him genital to.

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what can you tell me about this?

why me again how easy would it be for my man to get herpes withdrow(not sre on spelling) if he touches my genital area. my doc said it would not happeh since he gave it to me.Is he correct.

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waxed wrong i just had that little cut and the other sores wre ulcers in a different spot .I was also told by doc i would not pass it back to him down there since hh infected me.

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he infected you- you can infect him.

he has oral, not genital -his genitals are totally at risk. ESPECIALLY if you are doing it unprotected during a ob.

sure his immune system already has antibodies from oral, but it is VERY possible to get re infected... you doctor is wrong.

"""Self reinfection, known medically as autoinoculation, is more likely during intensely virulent initial infection with either HSV-1 or HSV-2 in a given infection site. The most common manifestations are herpetic whitlow, a pustular lesion typically of a finger, and herpes of the eye (keratitis, keratoconjunctivitis).

General hygiene principles suggest that persons with recurrent oral or genital herpes should avoid direct contact with active lesions and should wash their hands immediately after using the toilet or touching the area of an oral lesion, to further limit the low risk of autoinoculation.

In cases where herpes is present in an area where the dermis is subject to high abrasive forces (such as the often irritated shaved beard region, or the surfaces of the penis and vagina during vigorous sexual activity), it is quite common to spread an initial lesion to other sites, which then become highly virulent initial infections, and so on. The medical community has failed to make this very obvious fact clear to patients and this has resulted in great amplification of their general misery, not to mention the much higher likelihood that a person infected in multiple sites (whether genital, or otherwise) will spread this disease to friends, family and sexual partners."""

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Yes, he's at risk, although I've come across lots of advice that says because he already has it orally, he'll be less likely to get it genitally.

Also, if there's a silver lining, it's that GH HSV-1 is supposed to have less outbreaks down there.

My advice though, get on antivirals and use condoms to prevent infecting him. Getting it sucks.

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what to believe

why is this such a conflicting issue i have been told by my doc and a nurse that it is not likely that i would re-infect him since he has had this since he was a child. But answers to my post tell me it is very possible.the more i am told the more i get confused.:roll:

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for me, having it...my own experiences, as well as the advice I get on here from people who actually have this....I trust the people who actually have it, not doctors because most doctors giving advice on this do not have it, and only know what they have been taught....which unless they are a specialist on the area, usually is very little, or a lot of outdated info. that has since been proven false...so thats what i do.

also, it is easier to listen to whoever is saying what will be the most convenient and seems the best possibility...however, that is usually not the case.....dont believe everything your doc. says.....especially about this because millions of doctors have no clue about herpes.....only traditional classical text book stuff that is not accurate or true pertaining to many aspects of the disease. Better safe than sorry. but you're entitled to do what you want but just be ready for the possibilty if you choose to ignore certain potential risks.

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