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I stupidly had sex with an escort (I know.... Berate me as much as you wish) and even more stupidly I agreed to have oral unprotected (sex was fortunately protected) and she kissed me a few times. 

 

I couldn't see any visible sores but I am extremely paranoid. 

 

I noticed 2 days afterwards, but its been 4 days since at the time of writing, these little red dots (no inflammation around, about a few mm apart) on the top of my lip. They haven't changed over the past two days in size. I don't know if these were there before but I have gotten paranoid. Could I have caught herpes orally? And if so would I potentially have it down below too? 

 

The picture isn't very clear but hopefully you can make it out 

 

Currently nothing down below except an ingrown hair although I'm convinced I feel it itching/feeling clammier more than normal but maybe my mind is playing tricks on me. 

 

Out of curiosity and for the sake of my own sanity, how many days would it take from initial infection to outbreak before I can kind of assume I'm safe? Are we talking weeks or months on average? I haven't ever had a coldsore before so I know with some certainty that I don't have hsv1 or 2.

https://ibb.co/92PcZ11

 

Thanks in advance

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WilsoInAus

Hey @Answersplease55 and welcome.

There is nothing in the pic suggestive of herpes. A primary infection with herpes won’t result In indistinguishable little marks... but multiple lesions nearly penny sized across your lips.

If there has been no lesions appear in two weeks from the episode, then in all likelihood no infection took place. Best to test for a range of STDs though before sex with non CSWs. Having said that if she was a professional CSW she would test very often.

 

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I just went home to check myself and found these on the corner of my lips, heres a pic with my mouth open. Are these herpes sores? 

 

https://ibb.co/nzLjz4c

 

Thanks

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3 minutes ago, WilsoInAus said:

Hey @Answersplease55 and welcome.

There is nothing in the pic suggestive of herpes. A primary infection with herpes won’t result In indistinguishable little marks... but multiple lesions nearly penny sized across your lips.

If there has been no lesions appear in two weeks from the episode, then in all likelihood no infection took place. Best to test for a range of STDs though before sex with non CSWs. Having said that if she was a professional CSW she would test very often.

 

Thank you for your reply Wilson, I literally just posted another picture as you posted your reply. Any opinions on the latest would also be very much appreciated for an anxious guy 

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1 hour ago, Answersplease55 said:

I just went home to check myself and found these on the corner of my lips, heres a pic with my mouth open. Are these herpes sores? 

 

https://ibb.co/nzLjz4c

 

Thanks

Have you always had these?

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WilsoInAus
3 minutes ago, blurneworder said:

Have you always had these?

We know what you’re up to and leave it alone. You know full well they are fordyce spots and have been told multiple times.

This forum is not for your self indulgent fantasies. Please seek a fordyce or sexual activity forum if you want to explore any issue further and stop fucking people over on this forum.

Everyone has had a gutful of your shit. Do not post regarding fordyce spots again.

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1 hour ago, WilsoInAus said:

We know what you’re up to and leave it alone. You know full well they are fordyce spots and have been told multiple times.

This forum is not for your self indulgent fantasies. Please seek a fordyce or sexual activity forum if you want to explore any issue further and stop fucking people over on this forum.

Everyone has had a gutful of your shit. Do not post regarding fordyce spots again.

Good thing you are not a moderator, or else I'd care about your meaningless commands.

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WilsoInAus
Just now, blurneworder said:

Good thing you are not a moderator, or else I'd care about your shallow commands.

Good thing I’m here to stop you disrupting the journey of others. It is clear you do not care about anybody in any event except yourself.

It NO ONE’s fault but YOURS that YOU can’t accept that herpes is not causing ANY symptoms you may have.

That is for you to deal with and not avoid and attempt to foist upon others. That’s harassment.

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