1-is there any risk of getting hsv 2 from entering the bathroom after someone who has hsv 2 outbreak and his genitals touched the same spot where mine touched
2-after doing some research alot of resources said that you cant get hsv 2 from toilet seat or any other objects because hsv 2 live only for 10 sec on surfaces , is it true ?
Then I guess you will have to decide which resources your trust, won’t you?
3-how much time does the hsv 2 stay available which means is it safe to enter the bathroom after 10 minutes after someone who has hsv 2 , and my genitals some how touched the virus
It isn’t how long, it’s about how much is viable virus and where it touches you and for long it touches you and how long the virus has been on that surface. You are asking for tiny details that we don’t have accurate answers about and also, how likely is it that your genitals, using a public bathroom, would touch areas where someone else’s genitals have touched with virus on them, in the exact same spot, immediately before you. This is an obsessive question at this point. The risk isn’t real.
4-i got covid-19 once(i only lost my taste nothing serious),but one time i got very sick(high temperature, vomiting, Diarrhea, blury vision, etc)and i couldnt move from bed but did not get any cold sores is that a prove that i dont have herpes
5-when i think about herpes , i start getting the symptoms like i once read that you start to feel tingle on lips , so my lips started to tinge over a month but no cold sores ,is that normal ?
When someone is highly highly focused on the risk of getting herpes, as you are, it is normal to notice every single little body sensation that is normal and wonder if it could be herpes.
I’m going to close this thread now. You are out of questions and I am out of answers for you.