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HSV-2 is typically genital herpes. HSV-2 could spread orally, however it's not common. If a person has genital HSV-2 the virus can't spread through ki... For detail, click here
Posted on Apr 25, 2018
You can get exposure or infection of either hsv1 or 2 any place on your body. Hsv2 will usually not become symptomatic anywhere except the genital area (and Hsv1 in the oro facial area)or may become asymptomatic after 1 or 2 outbreaks. However, you will always shed partial virus dna from the sites of exposure which means a partner with no antibodies from previous exposure can become infected from contact.