Oral herpes can not turn into genital herpes.
Oral herpes can not change to genital herpes; but the oral herpes can transfer to the genital area.
Oral herpes can't turn into genital herpes as they are two different viruses. A person can however have oral herpes virus in the genital area and have the genital herpes virus in the oral area.
If you do not have oral herpes then you can't pass it on from genital herpes.
Genital herpes is not the same as oral herpes; they are two different viruses.
No since the one with oral herpes then get genital herpes.
Yes you can still get oral herpes even if you have genital herpes already.
Herpes Simplex I causes oral herpes though it can cause genital herpes and is transmitted through oral sex. Herpes Simplex II causes genital herpes though it can cause oral herpes and is transmitted through oral sex as well as through genital-to-genital contact.
Yes it is possible to have oral and genital herpes at the same time.
Oral herpes can lead to genital herpes if the mouth makes contact with the genitals IE Oral sex. So if you have a cold sore so not go down on your partner or the other way around. and be careful you can spread herpes even if you do not have signs of an outbreak.
No it will remain a oral herpes only.
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.
Herpes can affect any part of the skin. Herpes on the breasts would not be called oral or genital.
You can get oral herpes from gential herpes if you perform oral sex on Someone who has genital herpes
Oral herpes cannot mutate into genital herpes, nor can genital herpes mutate into oral herpes. However, it is possible to contract genital herpes on areas other than the genitals, and the same goes for oral herpes. Herpes, in general, are spread by skin-to-skin contact, or a transference in a short period of time through a third party (example: drinking from the same cup can spread oral herpes). Thus, oral herpes can be transferred to the genital region via oral sex, just as genital herpes can be transferred to the mouth area by the same way. To restate what was said earlier, one strain of herpes cannot mutate into the other strain.
Yes, it is the same virus, genital simply refers to it's location the same as oral does.
Yes, the common cold sore is a form of herpes, you should never have oral sex when you have a cold sore of you will get genital herpes.
A child can not catch oral herpes from kissing a person who ONLY has genital herpes. However if a child kisses someone who has oral herpes and is having an oral herpes outbreak - yes they can catch it.
It is possible but not likely.
There are no signs from being exposed to genital herpes. You may have signs if the exposure led to infection.
Yes, you can get genital herpes from sexual intercourse. You can get it from oral, anal, or vaginal sex, or from genital-genital contact.
Yes; some men do show signs of genital herpes.
No you can not.
Herpes is caused by a virus called the herpes simplex virus. The oral and genital herpes virus are not the same so the oral is type 1 and genital type 2.