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I had a regrettable experience with a sex worker 54 days ago. It was protected sex ( vaginal and oral). I'm now worrying if I have herpes. Last week, my throat ached and found a blister under my tongue. Yesterday, I found another blister on the top of my lip which I squeezed. I don't have any lesions on my genitals. Is it possible to have oral hsv 2 just with vaginal sex without oral sex and kissing? Thanks I've been worrying so much about this.
you would've had to have performed oral sex in order to contract hsv2 orally.
go monday and be seen and get a proper exam. the symptoms under the tongue aren't likely to be std related. Not sure what is going on on your lip from your description but it could be oral herpes or a pimple - hard to tell.
Gracefromhhp...thanks for clearing that up...I've been stressing about this for sooo long.
When I squeezed the bump 1 mm wide( very small) on my upper lip..not blister by the way...a clear fluid came out along with some blood... What kind of doctor should I consult ?
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