I've had herpes mouth sores about once a year, for as long as I can remember.
Okay. So, to sum things up:
1. HSV 1 and 2 are the same regardless of oral or genital outbreaks.
2. You can have or end up with both strains, with both oral and genital symptoms, at the same time.
3. If you have HSV 1 and or 2, you are contagious all the time not just through oral sex or intercourse, but also by contact with mucus sites, saliva, sperm, bodily discharge and bodily fluids.
4. If you are not infected, you can be infected by anyone who is infected regardless of whether or not the infected person has ever had symptoms.
Are these conclusions accurate?