The lesion did you scabbing and had a little bit of clear fluid when I squeezed it which I know I shouldn’t have done. It was tiny and almost oblong looking. It was a little sore from messing with it, but didn’t hurt. Does this change your opinion any? It was like I was able to peel it off when I saw it. Is that something that typically happens with herpes?
I have a few more questions as well, I will number them for you to make it easier.
1. Are herpes blisters easy to pop? Or are they more firm?
2. Is it common to get herpes in the ear lobe? I ask this because I now have lesions in my earlobe that have crusted and scabbed over. I was at the beach so I wonder if that could have just caused dry skin?
3. I did go to urgent care and the doctor that looked at my ear said she didn’t think it looked like herpes but rather a bacterial infection. She did a pcr swab for herpes just in case. The lesions were scabbed over and it didn’t seem like she swabbed hard enough, could this still pick up virus if this is herpes?
4. I’m getting spots that are popping up on my hands and my chin that are scabbing, they are just singular spots and no yellow crust that I can see. Does this sound like herpes? The spot on my chin bled when I scratched it because I thought it might have been a pimple, does herpes bleed like that? This spot bled quite a bit.
I just don’t what else could be causing these symptoms.
I am negative for HSV1 and 2 via Western Blot but have had oral sex performed on me since taking it, so I’m concerned I have caught HSV1 and have missed a genital outbreak and have autoinoculated different area la if my body because I didn’t realize.
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