Given the frequency of oral sex among all sexually active persons, plus the high frequency of genital HSV-2 infection (25% of the US population), oral exposure to HSV-2 must be very common. Nevertheless, oral herpes outbreaks due to HSV-2 are rare, and HSV-2 almost never is the cause of symptomatic oral cold sores. It is not certain whether this is because the oral area is less susceptible than the genital area to HSV-2, or whether infection occurs but usually remains asymptomatic. It
Can you get hsv2 from someone giving you oral sex?
According to the FAQ section , "there is no risk of acquiring genital HSV-2 infection from oral sex". Although I also wonder if there is any recent studies of documented cases (given the fact that it is possible to get oral HSV-2)?
I know it ---i seen pictures on the web of oral hsv 2 the person claimed they got them from kissing?