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I also have another question. if you have herpes how do u go about using a towel? Masterbaiting with ur hand? Going to the bathroom?

Wont u spread herpes to other parts of ur body if u dont wash ur hands? or if you use the same towel on your entire body? Same bar of soap?

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how do you use a towel?>> the same way you did before, i dont know about you but my genitals are the last place i dry, just thinking about rubbing pussy on my face doesnt really get me.

go ahead... masterbate, then wash your hands when your done.

peeing... im not touching my genitals while i pee, you pee wipe, and flush> men ok, have to hold the member, but after you pee you should wash your hands ** like ur mother always told you to** so now you dont have that issue.

towel/soap issue> the virus doesnt live long outside the body. and a towel tries so does the bar of soap, so by the next time u take a shower, there is no virus on the object. that being said, its still not a good idea to share items.

if u have genital herpes, your upper thigh area can break out in a outbreak not just cause it spread but because its in the general area. but if you go touching your self with a outbreak and then touching areas, its possible to spread it

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I am so scared to touch anything. my keyboard and such.

Wont masterbateing cause it to spread to any other part of my penis that i touch while masterbating?

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You're getting yourself all worked up. Just wash your hands alot. Masterbate in the shower if it makes you feel cleaner. Get some spray Lysol and use it on surfaces like your keyboard if it makes you feel better. Come on you can wash your hands right? You know when your hands come into contact with those areas.

Chances are if you don't have huge weeping sores you wont spread it that much - maybe not at all.

I had this for 10 years and didn't even know I had it and I didn't spread it all over. Imagine how much less you'll spread it since you have knowledge of what it is.

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jusy wash your hands - simple!!!

reading some storys can scare you abit, it did me, but when u have touched your gentals, wash your hands - HSV doesnt like soap!!

dont let this take over your life my friend!

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when i had my first outbreak, i would have a endless supply of laytex gloves next to me,and baby wipes- so if i did touch myself and couldnt get up to wash, i can just quickly clean up, or put the gloves on. i still do this like when i think im gettin a ob, and look and am just to lazy to get off the comp- ill put on a pair of gloves and use the comp.

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Remember I have still not been diagnosed but have a reason to believe I may have herpes.

My hands are extreamly dry, can these be cause from herpes? I masterbated yesterday and am wondering if it has to do with me touching my penis. Is dry hands a side effect/symptom of herpes?


Is it related to my washing my hands so insanely much yesterday and today?

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My hands are extreamly dry, can these be cause from herpes?

Is it related to my washing my hands so insanely much yesterday and today?

See the Ethanol thread. Go out and buy a bottle of 151 proof Everclear and a spray bottle. Instead of washing your hands so much, just spray your fingers and palms with the Everclear and don't wash or towel off - they'll air dry in seconds. My hands don't dry out doing this as much as washing with soap.

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