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Charlotte91

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Hi again,

2 days ago I cut my 2 month old baby's fingernails and accidentally cut her pinky finger with the nail clipper. It was just a minor cut but did bleed a little. Now, 2 days later, there is a little scab over the cut. Today my step-father kissed her hand where the little stabbed over cut is. My step-father has a history of coldsores but had no signs of one right now and told me he did not have one for at least a couple of years. It was just one kiss on her little hand, not multiple kisses or prolonged kissing ofcourse. After this I washed my baby's hand with water and soap.

What are the odds of her getting infected this way? If my step-father would be asymptomaticly shedding from his lips?

I am very scared since she is just over 2 months old and infection could be fatal. 

Seems like HSV keeps haunting me.

Thanks a lot for replying. 

 

Charlotte 

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Hey @Charlotte91 I'm sorry to say but the real question is why do you persist in creating possibilities in your mind that you deep down know are truly zero chance?

I am going to bravely propose that this may be a manifestation of post natal depression or a little more likely - postpartum anxiety. Please see your doctor about this possibility, I think this could be a root cause and confronting this within your self may well lead to a good outcome for you and all you love.

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