My girlfriend of many years gets visible cold sores (HSV-1) on her lip occasionally. I’ve never had a cold sore and obviously don’t want them, so on the rare occasions that she has an outbreak I make a point to not kiss her lips. My question is this: if my girlfriend is someone who used to get herpes as a child, but rarely gets them anymore, what is my risk for getting oral and/or genital herpes from her when no sores are present?. Recently my girlfriend gave me a blowjob. She had a cold sore on her lower lip. This answer should not be considered medical advice.
The cold sores associated with oral herpes contain infected virus particles which is why if you kiss someone with an active blister or share their lip balm or lip stick, the herpes can spread to your mouth, too. My girlfriend texted me saying she woke up with a cold sore on her lip. Cold sore Herpes is the not the same as genital herpes. My girlfriend always has something on her inner lip she says its from biting it but im not sure lol.
I’ve experienced one cold sore in my life (orally) when I was around that age, and it never appeared again either. My girlfriend before this constantly had HSV-1 oral flare ups, but I never developed them myself despite their fairly frequent appearances on her. Herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV1) is the common cause of cold sores (oral herpes) around the mouth. Hello Dr, BobI came on here to ask you a question and doing so I had to re-write my post because I realized how remarkable you truly are Dr. Bob. I’ve a gf for about 6 months now. I have HSV 2 and my girlfriend just got diagnosed with HSV 1 after having a below the belt outbreak; is it possible that my HSV 2 gave her HSV 1or would she have to have gotten HSV 1 from someone else?. Ho I have a cold sore on my lip and usually get these prob twice a year.
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I had a severe outbreak of genital herpes six years ago, I was told it was HSV Type 1 and would never experience another outbreak again, which I didn’t for six years nor did I ever think about the horrible incident again. However, my girlfriend had a regular cold sore on the side of her mouth and now I am very worried that she gave me genital herpes. My girlfriend has canker sores. Can I catch them from her? Cold sores usually develop outside the mouth, around the lips, chin, or nostrils. Canker sores are different: they only develop on the inside of the mouth. This is especially so if the person has the blisters around their mouth or on their lips. Breakouts of oral herpes are also called cold sores or fever blisters. Unfortunately, I gave my girlfriend genital herpes during oral sex. I gave my girlfriend genital HSV1 by giving her oral sex while having a cold sore on my mouth. The culprit responsible for cold sores is the herpes simplex virus, which comes in two flavors. I had cold sore and now around my lips is dark and dry so i wnt to the doctors and i got a cream the cold sore went but i still have ablack stuff around my lips and it looks likea moutsatch and it so embarassing. I recently had my first coldsore and my girlfriend popped it on purpose. Did my girl give me herpes? how will i know? please help.
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Those little annoying pieces of fucking shit that come live on you’re lip (uninvited) for 2 weeks. Like when you get a new girlfriend. Caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1, not the HSV2, which is typically known as genital herpes. As I write this I am being cock blocked by my cold sore because there is a very fit girl in the next room but I can’t get busy with her. Medicine explains that more than 90 percent of people eventually acquire the herpes simplex virus that causes cold sores. See My Calorie Goal. So not only do I have a sore on my lip I also look like the wild man of Borneo: (One day, I’m sure, they will find a cure. The same is true of girlfriends. What will happen is that the Herpes Simplex-1 virus that causes cold sores resides in an area behind your ears, but every once in a while, when the conditions are right, it would like to migrate to the area around your lips and multiply or mutate (not sure if this is the correct term); this is when we get the sores.