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You might already have it because it is so very common and a lot of people don't get symptoms.

I hope that works, because that has been my policy with her.

shbe said shes not looking for bf just meeting friends.

but i want to see for more, but with cold sore, i am not sureok got question met this girl off the net today off plentyoffish. she nice good looking , not sure if shes interested in me, i am attracted to her and like to see how it goes if shes interested right\ she had a pimple type thing on her lip and she even said shes trying to recover from the cold sores which is located on her lip.

I'm not incredibly familiar with how they are spread but at the very least do not kiss him or let him go down on you when he has a breakout. She had a breakout recently, and she wouldn't kiss me. But I continue to date her because I love her to death. With people who get recurrences, the interval between breakouts tends to get progressively longer and the symptoms less severe so that it becomes less troublesome as time goes on.

But even if you did catch them from him, are they really the end of the world? She tells me she got it when she was younger from her mother. Kissing and oral sex should be avoided during a breakout.

I don't think it is something that is breakup worthy. Here are some basic facts: About 50% of people have oral HSV1 (cold sores) by early adulthood and something like 80% by middle age. Some people don't know they have it, some get a single breakout and then no more.ok got question met this girl off the net today off plentyoffish. she nice good looking , not sure if shes interested in me, i am attracted to her and like to see how it goes if shes interested right\ she had a pimple type thing on her lip and she even said shes trying to recover from the cold sores which is located on her lip. i seen it too and its there ok is it safe to date, kiss a girl with a cold sore, is it safe to have sex with her if it ever happens. It is more commonly known as "cold sores," or Herpes Simplex Type 1.Since these innocent sounding cold sores contain the actual virus, it can be transferred very easily to another person.

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