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Had drunk protected oral sex and drunk protected intercourse with a CSW on Dec 31st, she bled a bit from since I guess she was on her menstrual cycle, got tested for everything on Jan 2nd, rec'd blood tests today and was clear of everything except for Herpes Type 1 - HSV. Questions...
How serious is HSV?
Isn't HSV relatively common?
How contagious is HSV?
Can I pass this along with future unprotected sex?
Would this of even showed up from a Jan 2nd test if exposure was on Dec 31st? Did I probably have this before the Dec 31st exposure?
The big question--> what and when should I get re-tested to know I am 120% in the clear with everything? Am I at serious risk for any other STD or HIV?
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