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Transmission to unbroken skin

I have a question I cannot find the answer to. My toddler regularly jumps into bed with me. Anyway we was sleeping and when I woke up we was back to back, I had nightdress(that had rided up my body so not covering my butt)  and underwear on not a thong but not a boxer short just like a panty, she my toddler was wearing a panty also as she's potty training she tend to wear baggy panty she pull up and down for the potty.
Anyway when I woke up, we was back to back and she had her butt touching my butt, I don't have a clue how long for but the skin on our butt's was touching, I'm now freaking out, I'm not on a outbreak(haven't had one for years) but I'm concerned for shedding virus.
I checked her and she hasn't got  and open scratches on her skin or anything.
Is it possible this could transmit to her.  
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15249123 tn?1478652475
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Even if you were shedding this is really no risk at all. It's a sexually transmitted virus and sharing a bed with your child will not result in her contracting the virus. You can relax she is just fine and not at risk.
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Even if the skin on my butt was touching her butt. The panty does not cover the whole butt area and her butt skin was firm touching the skin on mine. I don't know how long for.
15249123 tn?1478652475
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Doesn't change my opinion
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