I sure hope not! HSV-2 prefers the genital region, and plus, you already have it, making the risk very low of getting it orally from the genitals. I would say it is not out of the question at all, just maybe during outbreaks because that could be painful. Very unlikely you'd contract GHSV-2 orally with a positive couple (always small possibility, but doubtful.)
Ok, so next time anything like that even begins to form, you may, if you wish, go to a doctor and ask (or demand, if necessary) a herpes culture. Then, if you'd like, you can get a herpes IgG blood test, as well. Herpes does present atypically, but I'm still very unconvinced that you have HSV, given your description. If you do, you don't have it genitally. Countless people have oral HSV-1. No biggie.
I'm so sorry to hear that!! I always make sure to tell him because I'd hate to infect him, you said use condoms but is there a trick to it because when we tried he told me he couldn't feel anything? What is your advice on that? Thank you