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Herpes infection caused due to saliva - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   I already test 6 months ago about herpes 2 and I am negative and my boyfriend is also negative, but I have Herpes in my mouth... (herpes 1)
Doctor :  
how can i help you?
Doctor :  
User :   Yesterday I have Only Sex withouth Oral sex but my boyfriend use my saliva for lubrication can I get Herpes 2 just with saliva?
Doctor :   how long back was the test done for confirming?
User :   In April
Doctor :  
how does the lesions near your mouth look like? can you describe them?
User :   But I never touch my saliva before without washing my hands
User :   The ones of the mouth mmm.. like white... but I don't have Oral Sex yesterday He just use my saliva and then touch my vagina
Doctor :  
yes you have tod this before. i want to know how the lesions/rash looks like, such that i can tell you whether it is herpes or not
User :   I am worry maybe I dont have anything just because of the saliva but I am afraid
Doctor :   i will suggest you to get a test done from the lesions around the mouth and see if they are due to herpes virus
User :   They are just like small and white and they only hurt if I touch them I am not sure if they are herpes but I think that yes
Doctor :  
and if they are, then there are chances of you getting it in genital area too.

Doctor :  
so you will need an examination by dermal=tologist to confirm/rule out
Doctor :  
the mouth lesions.
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