No hun, herpes doesn't work like that.
They would have to touch a cold sore then with in seconds touch your genitals in order for you to have any chance of getting herpes on your genitals. Or they would have to give you oral sex while they had a visible cold sore.
By the way... cold sores are rarely caused by genital herpes (HSV2), they are caused by the oral herpes virus (HSV1).
Genital herpes can spread. Wash your hands if you touched an infected area.
No you can not get genital herpes by using the same bath tub as someone who has genital herpes.
Yes, genital herpes is a contagious infection. You can get it from someone who has it.
If you do not have oral herpes then you can't pass it on from genital herpes.
If you kiss the genitals of someone with genital herpes, you could get herpes on your mouth. If you kiss someone on the mouth and they have genital herpes, you won't get genital herpes.
Can genital herpes disqualify someone from being a medic
Yes you can kiss someone with genital herpes. Herpes is transmitted via skin2skin contact, so if they only have genital herpes and not oral herpes as well, it is quite safe to kiss them on the lips.
Herpes is spread by skin-to-skin contact. If someone has genital herpes, their herpes lesions, presumably, are not in contact with the cigarette. Therefor, you can't get herpes from sharing a cigarette with someone with genital herpes unless they're putting the cigarette somewhere near their genitals.
No you can not.
Yes, if your partner brings herpes virus into your relationship, you could get genital herpes. Talk with your spouse about how you will protect yourself from STDs.
You can't get genital herpes from sharing sheets. You can get genital herpes from skin-to-skin contact with someone who is infected.
No hun I think you're a bit confused. You get oral herpes from sharing cups not genital herpes. Genital herpes doesn't commonly affect the mouth.
It is possible to get herpes this way, especially if there is an outbreak.
No. But both viruses can cause oral and genital herpes.
The second person will get it at the point of contact with an active lesion. If someone has it on their mouth and goes down on someone else, there is a good chance they will develop genital herpes.
Genital herpes doesn't commonly affect the mouth, it likes to live on the genitals. If all you're doing is kissing then you're not going to get genital herpes. Genital herpes can be passed if you have intercourse with him around the time a break out happens.
You can get oral or facial herpes from kissing someone on the cheek. You can't get genital herpes from kissing someone on the cheek.
No you can not.
You can't get herpes from someone who doesn't have herpes. If you could get herpes from your semen, then you were already infected.
Genital herpes symptoms are somewhat similar. When you have genital herpes it will be itchy and painful. Another symptom of genital herpes is painful blisters on the genital area.
Yes they can, since herpes is not a bloodborne pathogen.
Only if the person you are fingering has herpes- but yes, you could.
Herpes simplex types 1 and 2 both cause genital herpes. They don't "turn into" genital herpes -- they're the germ that you catch to get genital herpes.
Oral herpes can not turn into genital herpes.