Thanks for the reply. A couple follow ups, as well as clearing things up. I am a male not female, so my question regarding cunilingus was for performing on a female.
1. So basically, you’re saying that if I were shedding the virus and were to lick my lips then go down on her then i could have the virus in my saliva, but otherwise there is less risk as say a girl performing on a guy since lips are clearly involved. Would also brushing your teeth/tongue before with toothpaste help kill some potential virus help at all? Seems like a longshot but thought id ask.
2. You also say that the 25% is based off 6 outbreaks per year, why do they base it off such a high number? If I am someone in the future who only has one outbreak or two outbreaks a year, would you say shedding is significantly reduced to around 10% and then with daily meds 5%?
3. Is it possible to be co infected by self infecting yourself genitally and not get symptoms? If you were to be infected in both places would you shed symptomatically the same time as eachother? (I.e get a cold sore so that means I’d be shedding genitally as same time i got the sore)? I have had redness on my penis head recently that seems to come back and go away. It does not itch nor do i see any sores but when doctors give me anti fungal cream it doesnt work but this is something ive never had before.
4. Doctors on this topic seem to shoo it away as nothing and overinflate the numbers that have it to make you feel better. I am wondering why for such a stigmatized/ubiquitous disease why scientists/health community have not fought harder to develop a vaccine or cure?
5. Could the suit be both criminal and civil or only civil? I have a negative blood test prior and a positive one now so would the court order her to get tested if I pursued charges? Thank you for your help