did i give myself genital herpes without making contact with my mouth??
about a week ago i noticed a small red spot on my penis. I have had hsv 1 on my mouth all of my life with recent outbreaks. it has probly been over a month since my last one. i havent had sex in about six months and i wore a condom...also i am about 90 percent sure that this girl was not postitive. i didn't think a lot of it and was going to leave it but instead decided to take a valtrex that i've had for cold sores. it went away two days after i took it but the tip or my penis (hole) has a slight burn. HELP ME! i have no idea if it is possible for me to contract it from my own mouth and when i masturbate i usually do it in the shower after washing my body first. and if i hve a cold sore i usually wash my hands before i do it.
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