My husband gave me oral sex three days ago, he had which to be appeared as a small canker sore but I thought nothing of it. 2 days after him giving me oral sex I only have two small blister like bumps? One on my clitoris and the other on the hood of my labia Where that area of his mouth may have been. They are itchy and painful, I have never had this before and we have been together for many years and I have never had this problem. I've never had this issue before in our previous years. Could that canker sore have caused me to get herpes?
It could be herpes. I would call your doctor ASAP and get tested. Now, before you freak, it could have laid dormant in his body for years, had stress or etc could have caused an outbreak. I think its harder for men to know they have it then women...
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