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Sunday night i kissed a girl for about 10 seconds and she performed unprotected oral on my for about 5 seconds and was also licking my scrotum. I know that i was HSV-1 & HSV-2 negative before this encounter because i was tested in the past.
I didn't notice a cold sore on her but do know that she was having unprotected oral and kissing someone else that does get them.
I am now freaking out because i am married with children and i feel that i have ruined my life with this stupid mistake. I did drink quite a bit which contributed to this mistake and yesterday my lips were very dry so i was very nervious.
Do you think that i am at risk?
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