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Need Help please: Can I get oral HSV or I am panic for no reason?

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jap123

Hello,

I've never had a herpes sore or any symptom in my entire life.  

Last week I receive a small spit of saliva in my lip when I am talking to a friend who has active sores. After that I "run" to the bathroom and washed my lips with lots of water.

So far I have had no symptoms, whem exceed the incubation period of 20 days and I have NO symptoms , I can rest? 

Please give some advice! What I have to do to get peace in my head?  or tell me if this episode is a risk of transmission? 

Thanks for your support 

 

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cowpoke02

yup . ever worried about it get some rapid dynamiclear . ever feel  a burn you can put some on . attack it maybe before it goes into the skin to far ..  stop it from tunneling deep into the tissue .. best advice . if i could go back in time i would carry some on me .   had asshole poke his finger in his face . nasty something big .  like what he doing then poked me .  ran and washed my face. haha.  used industrial cleaner . i get a nice  skin irritation through my skin now. life we keep picking up bugs and injures .  stay healthy .. my work carrier is worse than herpies . child labor hanging around our noises . worn out equipment . no education from slow people. they stay healthy you end ups messed up / watch out for the crazies . lots out there.  women date anything . you avoid avoid then date worse . haha.  then find out women still love ya . they messed up . haha.   

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WilsoInAus
6 hours ago, jap123 said:

Hello,

I've never had a herpes sore or any symptom in my entire life.  

Last week I receive a small spit of saliva in my lip when I am talking to a friend who has active sores. After that I "run" to the bathroom and washed my lips with lots of water.

So far I have had no symptoms, whem exceed the incubation period of 20 days and I have NO symptoms , I can rest? 

Please give some advice! What I have to do to get peace in my head?  or tell me if this episode is a risk of transmission? 

Thanks for your support 

 

Hey mate. I am very pleased to report to you that there is zero chance of being infected with herpes from what you describe. 

As if this weren't enough, 20 days without symptoms is also proof positive that a primary infection did not take place.

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ManOutOfMind

@WilsoInAus read his other post, I'm not sure which one to believe

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jap123
Posted (edited)

Hello @ManOutOfMind

thank you for your support. And Sorry, what you don't understand? Maybe I was a mistake to write in english. 

Edited by jap123

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jap123
12 hours ago, WilsoInAus said:

Hey mate. I am very pleased to report to you that there is zero chance of being infected with herpes from what you describe. 

As if this weren't enough, 20 days without symptoms is also proof positive that a primary infection did not take place.

Thank for tour help @WilsoInAusI find very difficult a very very email amount of saliva te ok someone with oral herpes transmit the vírus to me. I remember that it was a little spit during a conversation. I didnt kiss her!!! However i washed my lips with lots of water right away.

In conclusion, i can be calm because everything is ok. Thats right??

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WilsoInAus

You can be totally calm that you did not become infected with herpes from this 'exposure'.

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