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As was said above, the chances are relatively low but just as a matter of principle I like to practice very safe sex. However, Both Herpes Simplex 1 and 2 (cold sores and genital herpes) can be spread when there is NO outbreak or symptoms. I mean, I guess there's not much you can do about it, but I was just wondering what other people thought about it, because it's something that bothers me. However, this is what I was concerned about in my OP.
I mean, I guess there's not much you can do about it, but I was just wondering what other people thought about it, because it's something that bothers me.
I'm also very careful when fooling around to make sure that any saliva doesn't possibly touch mine or my partner's special parts.
Even after the sore looks healed I wait a couple days before resuming oral sex.
I have never passed it on to anyone else via this method of face to crotch pleasuring.As soon as you start to have the slightest inkling of getting one, though, you should avoid performing oral sex or kissing your partner on the mouth until it's entirely healed. Apply it as soon as you start to feel that "tingle" and it will even stave off the cold sore entirely. If you start to feel one coming on and take it, it won't come up.You can even take it every day to prevent cold sores period. That girl happened to have cold sores at the time and ever since then I get a cold sore about three times a year.I can try and dig up a source if I still have the presentation saved. I should add that HSV1 doesn't often transfer from oral to genital, HSV2 doesn't often travel from genital to oral. In these cases the facial symptoms may not seem that bad but it is easier to transfer HSV2 from oral to genital. If you've had it since childhood (like I have), you probably has HSV-1. Also, more than 80% of the adult population has oral herpes, and most recent numbers suspect it could be 98% among adults.HSV-1 is the strain of virus that is typically associated w/ cold sores. Being HSV1 a common lifelong virus (as well as 2), most of us test positive to it, but still we all have a healthy sex life.
Most people have herpes and that's the cold, hard truth.