It would be possible to get something like HSV from your exposure, however, what you describe sounds nothing like HSV. And that exposure would be a long shot. I'm going to guess that you're just looking too closely at things. Do the spots have hairs in them by chance? If so it could be folliculitis. Or something else. Just doubtful it's a STD.
No hairs over the spots. What are my chances of HSV or other STD through this one episode of licking?
I am really worried about passing anything to my partner. I did see a doctor and he said it doesn't look like any STD, but he did confirm with me that I have no genital contacts. I forgot to tell him about the licking part, would that change his assessment?
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