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I have HSV1. My only outbreak was genital. I recently developed soreness in the back of my mouth, on my gums but I cannot tell if I have a sore. Is this a normal or possible place to get a sore, or is this an unususal location for a break out and more indicative of a dental issue like a gum infection?

  • Asked by Anonymous in Herpes Mar 11, 2022
  • Posted on Mar 13, 2022

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    HSV infections are site-specific. Meaning you would have to be infected orally for it to be an HSV outbreak in your mouth. If this was your primary or... For detail, click here

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