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Hello and welcome to HCM,
Genitalherpes needs to be treated by anti-viral therapy.
Acyclovir is the most common preparation used.
You need to consult your doctor for confirmation of genitalherpes and prescription of medication.
thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
can genitalherpes spread and appear on or around the mouth area?
Welcome to HCM.
It is the other way round.
That is, genitalHerpes is caused by HSV 2 virus and it would unlikely to manifest in and around the mouth whereas Herpes labialis is caused by HSV 1 and it can cause lesions around genitals.
My girlfriend has genitalherpes, and is non active. She gave me oral sex without a condom, and I need to know if I will be infected?
Even if your girlfriend is non active, she can still shed the virus.
The chances DO exist of your contracting the disease.
Get yourself tested after 2 months, and have safe sex ( oral plus penetrative ) in future.
All the best.
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