hi. im 43 y/o male. I was with the 31 y/o girl on friday night. i was proforming oral sex on her and did not see any signs of any thing wrong. I did insert my penis into her vigina for about 1 min. and then she told me she had herpes. i took my penis out but continued to finger her. there was light blood on my fingers but none on my penis. She told me she had contacted herpes when she was 16 and has not had an outbreak since the first one. She was married after she contacted and has 2 kids. She told me that her husband never contacted it from her. Im just really nervous. I dont reall have any symptons. Just a little pain in my lower abdomen that feels like gas pains. im really scared. do you think i have anything to worry about? like i said, i did not see any signs of herpes but she did have very light bleeding on the inside. When i asked her about the bleeding, she didnt know why, but did say that its been about a year since she has had sex. please help me.......View Thread
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