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A sore on someone’s lip that is made of small clusters of fluid-filled blisters is an indication of herpes, says Annabeth Elliott, the STD Program Coordinator at the Idaho Department of Health.
She says that even if the cluster is red, crusted or scabbed over and peeling, this is still a sign of the disease.
“The popularity of shaving the hair in various areas of the body including the genital area has the potential to increase the transmission of infections because of the risk of even small breaks in the skin,” Weber says.
However, the possibility of transmitting the disease is much lower if there is not an outbreak of sores. Weber says that another difficulty with type I herpes is that many people carry the disease without even knowing it.
Even though infection is sometimes possible without visible symptoms, the best way to protect yourself from getting infected by someone who has type I herpes is to know how to recognize it.
The biggest danger of becoming infected comes when there is a break in the skin that comes in contact with sores.
If you have chapped lips or other breaks in the skin and you come in contact with infected secretions, it is more likely that you will get infected than if your skin is completely intact.
But it is always safer to use condoms during penile-oral sex or dental dams for oral-vaginal sex. Dry Sex Also described as body-to-body rubbing, Elliott says that dry sex can spread herpes even though there is no penetration or bodily fluids involved.