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i developed cold sores ard 4 months ago. 

i woke up this morning to a burning sensation just on the left side of my pubic hair area. just a small patch of space. the was no burning sensation prior to this morning. i have shaved the hair of the small area. 

i heard that auto innoculation is really rare, and quite rare after the first outbreak?. even is i were to tamper with my sore, i would do it with tissue on my hands and would quickly wash my hands. 

Could i have self innoculated myself? and will it be considered an std? 

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No you cannot practically auto innoculate with the established oral infection.

You can rest assured you are just  being sensitive to this blemish down there.

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@WilsoInAus Hey dude, thanks for the reply. Much appreciated. The burning started from morning when i woke up. the skin on the burning area looked like they were dry.

The burning feeling stopped around later in the night. Just woke up and now examining the burning area.

Latest update, burning sensation all gone. Used a q tip to lighty brush the area, no pain while doing that and no new lesions appeared


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