So you rarely ever see someone with a simultaneous infection?
That’s correct. And it is not the case in your situation because you had no received oral sex in the six months prior to your remarkable oral infection
If you were me, in the absence of ever seeing blisters on my genital area, would you just move on with your life? Do you think this warrants true concern?
I think it does not warrant any concern at all! I would most certainly move on.
Could you also clarify when you said
“ Are you concerned about this because your partner had given you oral sex at the same time, is that why you are worried?
I would say I rarely see this, and most often, it is the other way around, most often I see genital HSV 1 symptoms without oral symptoms in the same person who also kissed the person who gave them oral sex.”
I’m not sure what you mean by clarify. I’m not sure how else to say thi
Can I feel confident that I don’t have GHSV1?
What advice can you give someone who is in my shoes? Sorry if I’m asking too much of you right now. I just feel like this is kind of a breakthrough for me in the last 24 months.
I would say move on.
I also haven’t performed or received oral sex with my fiancé given the fact that I fear passing it to her and her possibly passing it to me if I don’t have it. Can we resume? How unlikely is it that we would pass it back and forth.
Once you have HSV 1 in one location on your body it is extremely unlikely that you would get it in a new location. If I were in your situation, I would not hesitate to resume having oral sex.