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Maggieddd1
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Mar-06-13, 09:02 PM (CST)
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"Redness on hand & forehead"
 
   I have HSV II and only get outbreaks on my upper buttocks. About a week after an OB my partner performed rather aggressive manual stimulation on me never touching the sight of the previous OB. About a week after that he noticed a redness covering the back of his hand and his forehead and accused me of giving him "something " then broke up with me. Could this be a symptom of HSV or more likely due to some other issue? The redness on the forehead and the fact it only lasted about an hour makes me think it was something else. Has anyone heard of an OB presenting itself in this manner?


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deb54
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Mar-08-13, 07:27 AM (CST)
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1. "RE: Redness on hand & forehead"
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   It does not sound like how herpes behaves. You would get more responses if you posted under the Support column. Sounds more like a contact dermatitis, but he should go get tested. Do you use suppressive therapy??


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Rajahadmin
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It's BS. He was looking for an excuse. I expect that you're better off without him.

"Do the Right Thing. It will gratify some people and astound the rest." - Paraphrased from Mark Twain


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