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Chances of herpes contraction with skin to skin contact - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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User :   Dear User, You have started the test chat with our doctor. The duration of the test chat is 5 minutes. After the trial period, you will be redirected to the Payment page
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi
User :   i need to know if i might have gotten herpes from my boyfriend (he has herpes) - we are not sexually active, but got carried away about a week ago and now i have an area near my anus that is sore, and i'm a little freaked out
User :   we aren't having sex but there was skin to skin contact
Doctor :   Do you mean you had sex last week
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Does he have oral or genital herpes
User :   genital
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Herpes has the chance of spread through personal contact too
User :   it feels sort of chaffed, like it got rubbed the wrong way or something
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Does it itch
User :   not really
Doctor :   pain?
User :   it doesn't hurt, but i can feel it's there
Doctor :   I cannot say you that whether you are infected with Herpes or not
Doctor :   unless I examine the area
Doctor :   But I can
Doctor :   help you in some solutions to avoid
Doctor :   it

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