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    Hello, I have a question.I had oral sex with an individual, Well i seem too be fine. Nothing about me has changed no sores or anything. Well about a few days ago my mouht has been dry and lips have been chapped, idk if i should worrie or couldnt it be that its a change in the weather going from warm tempts to colder temps. please someone give me advice
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    trgonzalez responded:
    It seems to me that it is just the season for chapped lips. If you are concerned (though it seems normal for now) call the dr. Good luck! Hopin for the best!
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