Yes, you can get herpes from a closed mouth two second kiss. Herpes sheds invisibly 40% of the time. The ONLY way to tell what kind of herpes you might have contracted is to have a very sensitive BLOOD TEST called HerpeSelect IgG. Depending on the Index Value of the numbers which come back from your test will tell you if it is a NEW infection or whether you have already had it for months or years. And you might be lucky and not have it at all. Get this blood test and make sure it is the correct test. 90% of people who carry herpes do NOT know they carry it and are passing it to others regularly. Read up on this on the Westover Heights Clinic web site.View Thread
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