I am sorry I want to clarify something, I think you misunderstood the link I attached, I never compared your precious and well-respected impressive 33 years in this topic ever with people outside the field, it is just inside the article the writer reported opinions of the topic from dermatologists who highly agreed with the risk of transmission this way. I also have other questions please please
1- if she touched her face and touched my eyebrow is that a risk? I started mixing memory with imagination and fear and I am so scared right now
2- Does herpes always come with fluid filled blisters? Does it ever come as a flat peeling pimple? No fluid? Does it ever come as a white hard flat pimple that when pecked only peels hard like skin?
3- I read almost all questions on the forum and I was optimistic about your opinion of how it is not as easy as we think the virus is transmittable, you insisted that it does not transmit through objects like straws, tweezers, cups or spoons in the lack of active sores. Does that make me with this event far from contracting it?
5- When people smoke and exhale around other people’s faces, does that transmit herpes?
6- when people talk and spit while speaki my and you can see it coming toward the face. Is that a risk? Some people do have a lot of dropelts
7- If I pass ten days and more without an infection, does that mean that this incident did not cause me to have HSV? I know that many people carry it not knowi my they do, but I am just asking about this encounter
I am sorry I am so obsessed with it, I was hit mentally once she comfortably said “herpes” to me after doing my eyebrows, what is sad about this transmission is that it was not from a partner but from a careless person, I apologize for my long questions and I really really thank you for the time taken