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is generally contracted from direct contact with herpes sores/lesions, abrasions, cuts, open wounds, etc. Herpes has long periods of latency, thus it can be asymptomatic for a very long time or even appear early. You can never be certain about contracting herpes.
Thus I advise you to kindly visit a doctor for an elaborate examination to diagnose herpes. As mentioned earlier, if you have indeed contracted herpes, you could transmit this to the person you have sexual contact with, even if you are not experiencing any symptoms. Kindly refrain from all sexual/oral contact with another individual. Get yourself diagnosed and treated first.
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