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I am dating a great woman that told me she has Hsv1 in the genital area. She contracted it from someone in the past that was going down on her while he had Hsv1 oral.  She will not allow me to contract it from her and we are so limited on what she will let me do. She has me use a condom and I am unable to perform with a condom.

Here is my question: Most of my life I have gotten cold sores from the sun and stress. I got tested and did test positive for Hsv1 oral. Since we both have tested positive for Hsv1, can we enjoy “everything” together? Hers is in the genital area and she says that I can get it in the genital area from her if she gave me oral of if we had sex without a condom. I love this woman and really want to enjoy everything.

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8 hours ago, MandS said:

I am dating a great woman that told me she has Hsv1 in the genital area. She contracted it from someone in the past that was going down on her while he had Hsv1 oral.  She will not allow me to contract it from her and we are so limited on what she will let me do. She has me use a condom and I am unable to perform with a condom.

Here is my question: Most of my life I have gotten cold sores from the sun and stress. I got tested and did test positive for Hsv1 oral. Since we both have tested positive for Hsv1, can we enjoy “everything” together? Hers is in the genital area and she says that I can get it in the genital area from her if she gave me oral of if we had sex without a condom. I love this woman and really want to enjoy everything.

Hi "MandS"..... so, good news.... since you are both positive for HSV1, you already have the antibodies to this virus and have nothing to worry about in terms of sex.... you can't catch something you already have (oral or genital).... so, enjoy your sex life 

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Hey @MandS and welcome to the website.

Just to add, you can mention to your terrific gf that there is no documented case of a person becoming infected genitally when they have an established oral HSV-1 infection like yourself. The odds must be zero or minuscule at best!

Note that your gf appears to have a genital HSV-1 infection only, which means that there is no virus around her oral area. It would be irrelevant even if she had oral HSV-1 as you have immunity but this might ease her mind even further.

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13 hours ago, WilsoInAus said:

Hey @MandS and welcome to the website.

Just to add, you can mention to your terrific gf that there is no documented case of a person becoming infected genitally when they have an established oral HSV-1 infection like yourself. The odds must be zero or minuscule at best!

Note that your gf appears to have a genital HSV-1 infection only, which means that there is no virus around her oral area. It would be irrelevant even if she had oral HSV-1 as you have immunity but this might ease her mind even further.

 

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