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So today is day 15 after what I think is my initial exposure. Symptoms are non existent compared to this past week and the first week.


i had a really itcy anus this past week, but no lesions or at least I couldn't see them. I read they hurt so it'd be obvious if I had any? 

now i have became obsessed with my mouth, checking it all day for any blisters and what not. 

I have little small white bumps for the last 4-5 days. On the edge of my lips.  They haven't became blisters nor do they hurt. I think they might be fordyce spots, I apply allot of chapstick, and if I remember correctly they have always been that way. 


I also ate chips and broke the skin inside my mouth, which made me freak out thinking it was the start of lesions. Or maybe it is who knows ? 


Sick of it putting up with this Shit, I can't wait till my blood work is done and I found it after all.

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I think you maybe overreacting here. First, are you sure you do not have an oral HSV-1 infection? Even with no symptoms in living memory, many people do have this. You could not get it again if so.

Itchy anus is not a symptom of a herpes on its own, the lesions can cause itching. Stress and anxiety are a big cause of an itchy anus!

Herpes lesions inside the mouth are rare, especially associated with a primary outbreak as an only location where they appear.

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