January 31, 2019 at 7:02 pm #30099
So December 6th had unprotecte oral given and received. Received longer than given. No noticeable lesions- mouth/penis. Per him never had cold sores that he could remember.
Anyway, I immediately freaked out after because I’m paranoid.
So two days later noticed white area I guess on gum like flakey gum tissue- flossing/food? Then it was kind of a red bump. But no blister or cluster of blisters or ulceration. Idk how long it lasted.
Gyno @ five days passed with no concerns- did see some bacteria. Took medicine and everything felt fine. No lesions/blisters etc.
At three weeks post, Pap smear – nothing unusual noted. Clear check from gyno
About from 2- 3.5/4 weeks passed , notice lips dry and tingle – probably dehydration remedied by chapstick. 21 days passed, notice a piece of skin in middle of lip, peeled it off, red mark noted. Cleared next day with the little patch of dry
About a week later, itching generalized around lip, one painful spot above lip-would be mustache area.
Three days headaches thought because sinus issues. Then see “pimple” in mouth near soft tissue/hard gum near saliva gland. It went away in about four days- dentist couldn’t see anything. It healed into basically a little pink mark/same color as gum. Consulted online dentist didn’t think was herpes d/t no pain, not clustered and no ukceration.
During four weeks, allergy problems on and off irritated nose/occasional nose burning . Dry weather? Allergies. Ache in teeth for four weeks up until about a week ago. (All this is about a month+ from encounter)
Noticed pimple(red bump) in nose itching/burning which has been going on constant 10+ days just burning itching on occasion. White bumps bottom both nostrils noted. Possibly all due to me irritating the area constantly.
Notice on labia minor looks like little circles in two rows non raised- no fluid no ulceration. Gyno thinks hpv not worried herpes. “Marks” gone in 10-11 days-no change in appearance throughout.
February 4, 2019 at 10:27 am #30245
So I think this was missed? There’s no way to contact you or to edit this post. And my post posted twice so I guess this will be my third post
February 6, 2019 at 2:44 pm #30326
I have answered this post elsewhere, once
I’m not clear why you are posting more than once
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