First of all, it would be good to know if your boyfriend might actually be infected and not know he is, that way, what you should do would be clearer. No, I don’t believe that they are. I am a student myself (for nursing) and have written many many papers that have had to cite certain types of research papers. Fever blisters are caused by herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV 1) the vast majority of the time (very rarely by HSV 2). My guess is, given the timing, that if you have herpes, it was from the prostitute, not the other people or your lab test would be positive by now. She swabbed for herpes and other STDs. He’s trying to prevent it by taking Lysine and Valtrex but he’s worried he didn’t take action fast enough.
The damages were very small, each one is just like a millet. Just a month before this I had an unrelated IgG test that came out normal. When my provider realized that the dosage was not high enough to control these frequent outbreaks the dosage was increased to 1 gram daily for supp therapy and 2 grams daily for 5 days when having an outbreak. For some reason the anti-v’s didn’t seem to help, or if they did they are taking a long time. Is it possible this was the way I got it? But, penis pain returned; frightened the possibility of herpes. I imagine it would result in the same as the one from a couple weeks ago when it was just as angry, negative.
Because of the social expectations surrounding HSV disclosure, this is true regardless of whether or not I actually have it orally, so to some extent I guess it’s not absolutely critical that I find out (and maybe I never will), but it would be nice to have a better idea of the possibility. It’s never had this three color appearance before. We (grace way more than I) understand the herpes testing.