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Is this herpes?  Ive been in disbelief that I do have hsv1 so I’ve been putting up to go  talk to a doctor because I don’t know what kinda questions to ask even if I did have the courage (Ps I do have a geo tongue 7A4E8C8D-FA0B-459F-909F-2D64AC18E3C9.jpeg.0557bda02cb4b26ab6a416ac2c3a6807.jpeg) I’m worried about the to Red holes above where my wisdom teeth would come in . Does anyone know if can you pass It on to animal/cats I’ve been so scared to give my kitty kisses or let her lick my face and would have to push my pet away 

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That looks much more like a canker sore than a herpes lesion. It would be rare to to have a herpes lesion inside the mouth like that.

That is independent of you HSV-1 status, which would be a 50/50 shot I suggest, and not really of much concern.

No you will not pass it on your animals - kiss away!

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I appreciate your help wilsoninaus with this I had 1 other photo that was inside my mouth that didn’t look similar more of tiny little white dots, but couldn’t resize it . 

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30 minutes ago, Sadcat said:

I appreciate your help wilsoninaus with this I had 1 other photo that was inside my mouth that didn’t look similar more of tiny little white dots, but couldn’t resize it . 

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I figured it out does this look like a different canker sore or herpes? E221808F-19DB-4859-BEBF-9C97C8C320C6.jpeg.d3b2dee4429f28d7e475481cacef5a7b.jpeg

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Hey @Sadcat the second pic is probably something between poor oral hygiene through to gum disease. Could it be herpes, unlikely but only a swab can rule that out.

Again this is probably all very independent of your oral HSV-1 status that a blood test will resolve for you.

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The red holes are your tonsils, and they should be there.

The location is not usual for HSV. Have you eaten something too hot recently? Sometimes that can burn the mouth and leave such marks. If they're still there after a week or so see a doctor or even a dentist.

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1 hour ago, Evaluate said:

The red holes are your tonsils, and they should be there.

The location is not usual for HSV. Have you eaten something too hot recently? Sometimes that can burn the mouth and leave such marks. If they're still there after a week or so see a doctor or even a dentist.

Okay I never had a problem with my tonsils before so I never knew that’s where they were located .i stay far away from spicy food or do you mean temp wise the answer no .It’s going away btw 

im just so confused about hsv and since I’ve been diagnosed Ive been noticing these new thing that I didn’t Notice before that didn’t happen 

@Evaluate thank you for more insight 

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Noticing things is the brain doing what the brain does faced with such news, and can be more disruptive and stressful than HSV itself.  Listen to medical professionals and don't google all your symptoms - at the end of the day it'll just cause you more stress and anxiety.

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