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I had sex with a male that was not infected with herpes. In the heat of the moment... I couldn't stop and had unprotected sex (no condom) for two hours. I didn't know I had an outbreak, it wasn't until after the fact that I went to the restroom and I saw the blisters at the top of my outer vagina lips. I freaked out! Yikes! I must say that I was planning on having sex with him so I took Valtrex the night before and early in the morning. Nevertheless, I am so nervous that he got the virus. I am too ashamed to tell him. I am afraid he will get mad at me for not letting him know. I just need to know what are the odds that he will contract the virus.
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