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It should just be your finger... only the site will transfer.... put on gloves or something before touching anyone during an outbreak. DON'T TOUCH ANYTHING. Other parts, if they don't break out should be fine.
well im not officially diagnosed by a doctor i just saw some bumps on the fingers that i use for foreplay an i started to freak out so i started doing research..,,anyways ...i went to the doc mon,,i should get bk results next week friday ..wish for me the best :-/
ma gf had done it twice but yet she still has symptoms of someone who has it :-/..so rite now the docs or kinda confused ..well thats what she told me still ''sigh'' ..this is ma first time doing the test ...
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