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    An_255246 posted:
    is it possible to contract an std from kissing someone? this girl last weekend grabbed me and kissed me and now I have sores on the right side of my cheek which I've had in the past before, but now I have a tiny blister on my lip I'm freaking out over. I guess I should get tested ????
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    georgiagail responded:
    There is always the possibility to picking up HSV1 from this encounter but since you indicate a history of sores on your right cheek previously you may already carry this virus and are just now experiencing an outbreak.

    Gail


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