I stand by my original opinion – it would be very unlikely to acquire HSV 1 through a few “peck” kisses.
Herpes is not associated with a change in vaginal odor and I am not clear why you are worrying about genital symptoms. I thought that your concern was acquiring HSV orally from a peck kiss and now you’re wearing about genital symptoms. Is this because you think that you have spread herpes from your mouth to your genital area? You have asked for my honest opinion and I will give it to you. I do not think that you have acquired oral herpes, leg herpes, or genital herpes. I think that you have gotten carried away with this concern and are recognizing every possible body symptom that you could have that suggests herpes to you. If you do the Western blot at 16 weeks, I don’t think you should be surprised if your HSV 1 antibody is positive. 56% of people in the US between the ages of 14 and 49 have an HSV 1 infection. The test that you took as a screening test frequently misses HSV 1 infection. In fact it misses one or two out of every 10 cases of HSV 1 infection. The Western blot is far more sensitive than this so it is not uncommon for people to have a negative HSV 1 screening test and a positive HSV 1 herpes Western blot. If your Western blot HSV 1 test is positive you will never know for certain when you acquired this infection. However, given the exposure that you describe I think it is highly unlikely that you acquired HSV one from the person that you kissed.
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