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Mrdirekt

Dose this look like herpes? I’ve touched it a lot made it sore!

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Mrdirekt

Hi I received oral from a girl I met on a night out I got so paranoid I sneezed what I think was a fordyce and the whole area has become sore since 

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rush82

If you are worried maybe go get a baseline igg test now then test again in a few weeks. if a lesion pops up get it swabbed.   Probably just irritation from squeezing the fordyce spot but I am not a doctor.

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