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Herpes bite in lip risk.

Hello,
I couldnt find information about this regarding the risk. I got bitten out of nowhere by a girl in my bottom lip while clubbing. Very frustating and couldn’t do anything about it… But now im worried can herpes be transmitted by this? My lip does have a cut/ was bleeding from it. (+-30 minutes later i washed it with antibacterial soap when i got home). But on the other hand we did not kiss. It was a pure bite. And i have a girlfriend too, so im very frustated about the incident.

I couldn’t see an obvious sore but it was a dark room and she weared lipstick so who knows..

Dont know how to delete old post wanted to give some more info.
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It’s unlikely you contracted hsv1 from this encounter
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But so it is possible you think or not at all? She did draw blood with her bite. I find this a hard one. Can't find any information about bites in lip. We for sure did not make out though.
Also you think i just can continue kiss my girlfriend without risks ?
Hope someone can give me an in depth to why it is unlikely. I think also because it was against my will, I am feeling very stressed about this. It almost felt like an assault.

Hope to hear from someone soon.
Thanks in advance
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Could someone maybe explain in depth into why this is unlikely?
Hope to hear from someone. Thanks in advance
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You were bit. Hsv is not transmitted from contact with teeth. You would have to kiss. This is low, low risk. Impossible to transmit? I would never say impossible but if you haven’t had any sores develop, I think you can relax. Contact with teeth is not a risk
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