Is it possible to show symptoms weeks months or even yrs later after contracting the virus? I have had bumps(Not blisters) well at least i dont think they are and i started noticing them over 5 yrs ago. When i noticed them i have never had sex before. I woudnt call them out breaks because i aleast see one bump 365 days out of the year. I dont have any other symptoms of herpees type 1 or 2. Since having these bumps i have had unprotected sex with 4girls (1at a time) with none of the complaining about bumps and oral sex numerous times. Even if i did contract it orally through kissing why havent i showed symptoms like cold sores but had these mysterious bumps?Wouldnt the symptoms get worse over time? What exactly do blisters look like? Wouldnt the symptoms get worse over time?
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