• If they had herpies it'd have been... visible, I believe. I dont think you can get infected if it isnt 'flared up?
  • People with herpes may spread the disease even if they do not realize they have an infection. There is also very strong evidence that people with herpes can transmit infection even while their disease appears to be inactive and no sores can be seen. Signs of herpes tend to develop within two weeks after contact with an infected person, they appear as small blisters or ulcers on the genitals. In women, the lesions may be on the inside of the vagina as well as the outside, other symptoms of the first outbreak are, severe headache, vaginal discomfort and discharge, swollen and tender glands in the groin and fever. If you have an initial outbreak or any signs or symptoms you should see a doctor as soon as possible, treatment is more effective when it is started within the first few days.
  • as soon as the lab work comes back, dont sit around and wait for symptoms to appear, go to the doctor explain the situation take a test and be informed. NEXT TIME use protection, and then the only question or concern you will have is, Did he like it?

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