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Vasaline holding Virus...genital to mouth transmission...HELP

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HELP!!! 

In the confusion of the middle of the night I mistakenly used a jar of vasaline on my cracked lips that I had previously used to sooth my initial genital herpes outbreak about 2 months ago. Now, he next day, the side of my lips is sore and there is a small red mark appearing. Is it possible for the virus to still be active in the vasline? DID I JUST GIVE MYSELF HERPES ON THE MOUTH?!?!?! 

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WilsoInAus

Zero chance of this happening, even if you rubbed the Vaseline on to both areas in the same night let alone 2 months ago! The virus cannot live the way you describe of the body and your immune system makes it virtually impossible to be infected in another location.

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