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Can genital herpes be spread by kissing or giving a hand job?

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Spacegal

I saw a guy for a bit who says he doesn't have symptoms but hasn't been checked for STDs. 

We have kissed with tongue, and one time I gave him a hand job, but the lights were out so I didn't see him down there. 

Hypothetically speaking, if he had genital herpes could I get it from giving him a hand job if he had sores and then I touched any mucous membrane on my body? 

If I touched myself it would have been outside my clothes, but down there, and I don't remember if after I may have touched inside my mouth or something. 

Also any risk of genital herpes through kissing?

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Lisajd

You are more likely to get oral herpes from kissing not Because the guy MAY have genital herpes.   genital herpes is generally only transmitted through skin to skin contact from genital to genital.   If you did have a cut on your hand you may contracted on your hand but you would know if he had blisters that were weeping from his penis so I think you are worrying unnecessarily about it from that perspective.  

And when was this particular occasion because you would most likely have symptoms by now and you would more likely have oral herpes from kissing someone in your family that has had cold sores in the past or some other guy that you have kissed in the past

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john123456

kissing ,hand job ,skin to skin contact with a person too much ,,sometimes spread herpes .....i got herpes from a massage spa............my doctor told me if there is a sore in his hand it will transmit to ur body .....(30%) even thought with out oral genital or anal contact .......... .....but still i have hope my herpes will  be cure one day....prophet Muhammad( pbuh) said  do not violate any rule of Allah if u violate u will be tested with 100 of STD.....and he continued  every illness there is a cure/medicine in this world....holyquran ,honey and black seed oil is cure for all........... i ignored his first part so i got STD......but god is mercy..i will pray and i will try his second opinion 

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LucyLevi

Hello John

As a bi sexual woman I feel very insulted by this. I would appreciate that you keep such judgement to yourself  

This community has been of great support to me and  I have developed friendships which are unequaled.  Please do not insult people here there is absolutely no need for it. 

Modern culture did not give you herpes... you got that from a sexual partner with whom you entered into a consenting adult relationship I would imagine. You made a choice for which you are responsible.

Lucy

 

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john123456
1 hour ago, LucyLevi said:

Hello John

As a bi sexual woman I feel very insulted by this. I would appreciate that you keep such judgement to yourself  

This community has been of great support to me and  I have developed friendships which are unequaled.  Please do not insult people here there is absolutely no need for it. 

Modern culture did not give you herpes... you got that from a sexual partner with whom you entered into a consenting adult relationship I would imagine. You made a choice for which you are responsible.

Lucy

 

i researched too much lucy....ya i got this from a prostitute ,so i learned a lesson from that....experience make a man better ..if i am still continue my bad habit then how can i get a help from god ...tell me lucy    .......i do not want to insult any one.........

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