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Hi, I had a protected sex and voral sex with a new partner, I am not of her status with respect to STD, I have some burning sensation in anus since yesterday night and I saw small sore of my lower lip of my mouth, Please let me know if that relates to herpes, I almost had sleepless night today thinking about it, Please advice
Hi your anus has nothing to do with your new partner and your lip sore might be a herpes outbreak is its a blister type with clear fluid. Maybe have it swabed to confirm if its herpes or a blood test to confirm your status.
Thanks for quick reply, I had small blister with white liquid type yesterday, today its almost disappeared in color and appeared to be black, if its hermes, how badly am I effected, can I have kids with my wife, can I kiss my existing kid,, I ruined my life
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