> Herpes genitalis and oral sex: chanceà of the contagion

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oral Sex you to him ? Sì, c’è chanceà of infection because it; has been found to the virus of Herpes genitalis in the mucous membranes of the mouth and the simplex in the genitals. It is rare but canò happen. If it resurfaces for the first time, the symptoms are quite imposing, pain, burning,blisters white, ulcers, and crusts, often high fever, and swollen lymph nodes.

E’ più easy sex when the partner is in faese acute, but the virus can; rarely be transmitted even in the phase of latency, when the partner affection is fine.

Not è a serious infection, however, even if può be very annoying and you care with antiviral drugs for mouth that you canò to prescribe the your doctor of general medicine because; they are the responsibility of the National Health Service.

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