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Advice needed regarding oral HSV1 .. VERY VERY TENSED
I am from india the place where HSV-1 rate is very low . I went to strip club two days back . I have two queries that im not able to sleep
1) I sat at the table where a girl is performing pole dance . She rubs her chest against everyone's face. She rubbed against my face too. I recognised one guy licking every girl's chest . I am assuming everyone might have licked her chest. I rubbed my face against 5-6 girls and one time I opened my eyes . Assuming HSV-1 is present on her chest (because others have licked girls chest and they are sticking to poles and hsv stays on solid surfaces for 8 hours. Assuming 60% of adults in us has oral HSV-1 , it is present in saliva and hence stays on pole and every girl sticking on the pole might carry the virus on her chest ) . I have seen the virus can spread through eyes . So I am very much worried that once i opened eyes and it might infect us . I am feeling slight irritation in eyes today . I am very much worried whether it is related to that .
2) I have went to lap dance with a girl. I have licked her skin below her clevage twice (not less than 4 seconds individually ) . Unfortunately i have cold-sore in my mouth (which im very sure its not HSV-1) . HSV-1 virus can stay outside the body for 4 hours atleast so it might transferred from pole to her chest and by someone's saliva to her chest during another lapdance or pole dance . I know the amount of saliva needed to get infection is questionable . I am very much worried that can i be infected with HSV-1 with my encounter.
Im feeling little feverish today .. is it because of my fear and anxiety .. I just want to reassure that other STI cant be infected from this encounter like Hep C .. can some one throw light on this .. thanks :) :)
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