I woke up the other morning with discomfort along the back of my mouth. Upon farther investigation I found a line of bumps/cysts looking things. I recently had an outbreak of HSV-1 ON my mouth and I'm scared that I transmitted to INSIDE my mouth. I also had the two lines under my tonue inflammed.
1. Whats along my tongue?
2. Can I contract HSV-1 in my mouth like that?
3. Under my tongue?
I really haven't been eating or drinking lately. I have been scared and nervous of spreading HSV-1. I don't get them that often so when I do I do, I freak out. Any info would be appreciated.
Many bumps in the mouth can be completely normal. If you're worried that the lesions in your mouth represent HSV-1 (which is possible), have your doctor take a look. Most HSV lesions look like ulcers within the mouth.
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