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cold sore?

This morning, I noticed two small white lines, one about a cm long, and about a pen point thick, and the other about half that size. These aren't very noticeable. They are near my bottom lip, and I have to stick my tongue in the bottom of my lip, and press out to make them visible. They don't seem raised, and they don't hurt or itch. About two weeks ago, I had protected intercourse with a girl, but my mouth wasn't protected. She said she has never had any signs/symptoms of anything, and had nothing visible when we were together.

Does this sound like anything? What does a cold sore look like at it's very early stages? Anything like I am experiencing.
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I would like to clarify....


They are sort of visible up close without pressing my tongue in my lip. So, they are not invisible.
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anyone?
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Sorry I"m majorly behind in answering posts on the board :(


This doesn't sound like anything to be concerned about. It sounds like unless you work fairly hard to see things it's not noticeable.

grace
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