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Hi guys, I'm really worried about my daughter she's 4, I believe my wife and I have herpes type 2 my wife is currently waiting for results from swabs to come back.
My question is my little girl keeps getting an ulcer on her inner lip same place each time she doesn't complain or say it hurts, but I'm worried sick! She's fine in her self. I just can't get it out of my head that we could have given her this, I'm not sure if either me or my wife has it orally, I've had a sore throat for 4 weeks now and a greeny yellow tongue, the doctor told me thats not in keeping with herpes, but I'm so worried, please help!
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