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If you receive Oral sex from someone who has Oral Herpes then it can be transfered to your Genitals ..... If you suffer from Oral Herpes and perform Oral sex on someone you have the ability to transmit it to their Genitals ..... so bottom line answer to your question is YES .....
Thanks Daisy....I know you can get it when you receive it from someone who has Oral herpes...but what if you give it...and you don't have anything and they have genital herpes can YOU get the GENITAL herpes???
genital herpes is acquired thru contact with your genital area. if you aren't having contact with your genital area, you can not get genital herpes. It's not going to travel from your mouth to your genitals just because you contracted it from someone's genitals.
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