WOW!!! Well, Theres no way you got herpes that way. but man...thats a trip!
I'm not a doctor. But if she hasn't used it in two days and washed it off with soap. Then I"m 99.9999999 pecent certain.
from what i know
she doesnt have oral herpes, but she gave me a *******
so what are the chances of genital? 0?
If she don't have it orallyl, then you gettin blown presents no risk (of herpes) to you. I think you're in the clear.
how long can herpes live for outside of the body?
so is it 4 hours like i found?
or is it longer?
I don't even think its four hours....definitely not longer from what I read.
how long do you think it would take for me to show some syptoms if i had it?
and why are the corners of my lips drying out.. =[
The corners of your lips are drying out because you were drinking and now you are worrying yourself way too much. Drink more water and use some chapstick.
Herpes is easily killed with soap and water. A washed vibrator is not a mode of transmission.
You can transmit oral herpes to the genital area thru oral sex. The risk is small and also depends on your own hsv1 status.
From this encounter, personally it's not worth worrying or testing unless you get obvious signs of genital herpes. The oral sex you received would've been the risk and even that was low risk in general. If you normally receive unprotected oral sex and don't worry about it, certainly no reason to worry more about this encounter. If you worry everytime you receive oral sex, don't allow anyone to perform it on you unless you have a condom on.
well, last night at work i had to pee constantly
even if there wasn't much to urinate.
for a certain period of time, i peed out straight water
or thats what it looked like.
i got tested and the dr sent me to the lab for a urine test
on chlamydia and gonorrhea.
I had issues with urination AFTER i have the doctor a urine test.
anxiety can cause frequent urination.
what are the chances i have herpes with those symptoms?
i read somewhere that i could have a bladder infection caused by the herpes
As all the posts above state.. your chances of having herpes are very slim. The constant need to urinate is likely due to the anxiety you are having about possibly having herpes. Herpes will generally show up as ulcerated sores within 3-10 days after exposure. If you don't get these sores (and you will definitely know if you have them if this is your first herpes outbreak), you have little to worry about. Herpes will likely cause sores before it causes a bladder infection. If this continues to worry you, go speak to you doctor about a herpes test.
Well, I noticed a bump on my penis the other day
it wasn't red, and it didn't hurt at all
i figured it was just a pimple and i popped it
it did hurt while i was popping it, and stuff did come out of it
after popping, it only hurts a teeny bit, do i have something to worry about?
and my right arm is twitching (near the elbow), does this have any connection at all?
If this continues to worry you, go speak to a doctor or counselor about your anxiety.
Herpes does not look like a pimple. And pimples (and infected hair follicles) on the penis are very common. Google some pictures of genital herpes... this should (hopefully) ease your mind. Twitching in the elbow has absolutely nothing to do with genital herpes. It seems like you are extremely anxious over the idea of having herpes. I agree with petal130 that you should speak to your doctor or a therapist about this.
All the best..
well i made a visit to the doctors office
and he said the chances of me having herpes are lower than the chances of me not having it.
but tell me, i noticed this odd tingle on my bottom lip, and my lips are still drying out
even through all the reassurance, it seems like theres been no affect?
There is nothing else we can tell you that we haven't already. This wasn't a risk. Your anxiety about it all is getting the best of you.
Please do not continue to post and ask us to tell you what you've already been told several times.