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Jan-17-13, 09:41 AM (CST)|
3. "RE: help need answers"|
In response to message #2
What type of testing did he have done? A swab/culture of a test has to be done within the sore's first 24-48 hours for there to be enough virus to get a good sample. A blood test looks for antibodies and it takes MOST people 12-16 weeks to develop these antibodies. testing outside of these time lines will have a negative result which could be true or false. |
Oral HSVI can break out anywhere ON the face and your sore throat may just be a sore throat considering this time of the year. The sexual act of performing oral on him could be just enough trauma to cause an OB. Your oral HSV is more contagious in the absence of symptoms and can and may have been passed to his genitals.
Since he tested negative now, he needs to retest at the 12-16 week mark to see if he has caught your HSVI on his genitals.
Since you feel this man lies to you, maybe you want to decide if this is the type person you want to be sexual with in the first place.
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