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i'm 25, been suffering from this virus for two years now. I have type 1 genital herpes. i have had 5 out breaks in the total of two years, all very mild and managable.

my partner has type 1 as well but oral. recently i noticed an outbreak on myself, after we had intercourse. (as it was in its first stages, small red bumps near my buttox and no open sores-looking like shingles) i took my valtrex and we stopped having intercourse until the outbreak was gone.

my question is, although he has ohsv1, can he contract it on his genitals and can the location of outbreaks change for him although he already has the virus?

thanks in advance.

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