This is my 10 days of unprotected oral sex and protected vaginal sex with a sex worker (I didn't see any blister or cold sores on her). I was really worry about getting Herpes 1 and 2 afterward. This morning (7am) I saw a little bump on the bottom right side of my mouth (just below my lip) now it's 8pm and it looks like a mosquito bite but I know it's not since I don't see a sting mark or it doesn't itch at all. Now I am starting to see about 4 bumps on my right cheek also. I don't feel any burning sensation or anything on these bumps.
Do you think these bumps are herpes's cold sores? I have a 5 months old baby and I don't want to get him infected....PLease HELP!
I'm not certain that I am understanding your question completely. Did you kiss this person? If not, then things around your mouth would not be related to this sexual encounter. Can you answer my question and then perhaps I can help you more with your question?
I did not kiss her. It doesn't looks like I have cold sores or blisters around my mouth. The bumps went away today. I do have a question for your about Genital herpes. Do you know when does it usually occurs once a person is infected for the 1st time? Does it occurs in the genital area?
I have unprotected oral sex (reciever) and protected vaginal sex with a sex worker at a massage parlor 11 days ago. I was really worried about STDs and herpes in particuliar.
Also, I have been feeling weak and sick for the past 3 days but I don't have a fever. From what I have read about HSV 2, I can be infected and not have any types of sores. Do you think most ppl will get a\ cold sores or blisters after being infected with genital herpes?
Day 14, I do feel weak like I am coming down with the flu or a cold for the past 3 days. I don't have a fever...my body temperature is normal but I do feel like I have a chill. Today is day 14 and I have a really sore throat. From what I have been researching on the net...this looks like HIV symptoms. Do you think it is or just a viral infection?
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