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A couple of questions regarding HSV1 and 3

So I really would like is somebody explained to me the science of why the virus can’t be spread through mutual masturbation? (The only think I’ve ever been involved with) and always with clothes on.

1. If someone had herpetic whitlow, it would have to be a visual outbreak? So In other words if I was fingered then does the whole viral shedding thing still count as being an avenue for transmission into the genital area?

2. If the male individual did have genital herpes went to the bathroom peed and touched his sore then fingered me ? Is that a possible route of transmission?

3. If I had already had a long-standing prior infection be it HSV1 or HSV2 it would have came up positive on a IGG blood test at 7.5 weeks by now most definitely?

4. I had a IGG done at 7.5 weeks post exposure both HSV1 and HSV 2 were <.90

5. I just took a another HSV1 and HSV2 IGG at 9 weeks post exposure today? What percentage would I be currently at if it is negative?

6. Do you think their is a possibility of change at 12 weeks?

7. Do I need to take a test at 16 weeks? Heard that was only for individuals who already have HSV1?
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Your boyfriend tested negative, correct? He does not have herpes. Because he does not have herpes, YOU DO NOT HAVE HERPES. It is a scientific impossibility. It can not happen.

None of your questions need answers because you had no risk because your boyfriend doesn't have herpes and therefore can not give it to you. He doesn't have it so he can't transmit it.

Have you been to your psychiatrist? Please stick with that.

Actually, the only thing I'll answer is this:

3. If I had already had a long-standing prior infection be it HSV1 or HSV2 it would have came up positive on a IGG blood test at 7.5 weeks by now most definitely?

Yes, if you had a prior infection, it would have shown on this test. You do not have a risk for hsv2 at all, ever. However, many people are infected with hsv1 orally as kids from relatives kissing them, or things like that. You clearly weren't one of those people.

All of your posts about touching sores and then touching you - your boyfriend - your only partner - doesn't have herpes, so he doesn't have sores to touch.

For FUTURE REFERENCE when/if you have another partner:

Here are some posts from our experts (when we had them) that may help -





https://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV---Prevention/Vaginal-fluid-on-hand-touched-inside-of-condom-and-head-of-penis/show/1119533 - read this thread thoroughly. There is an excellent explanation about why certain activities are not risks, and why others are.

There are no more questions to ask. You don't have it, you can't get it from your boyfriend. These questions are your anxiety talking, and you need to address that. All of this is making your anxiety worse, I promise.
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