The only way you can get herpes from someone with vaginal herpes only is to have sexual contact. If you get your face down there or have genital contact. Could you get herpes or some other diseases by passing around joints/blunts/bowls?. Any sickness that can be transfered by saliva can be transfered by sharing a joint or pipe. Unless someone is bleeding and it gets on the bowl or something then you have nothing to worry about, and I damn sure wouldn’t smoke something if it had blood on it so you shouldn’t worry about it too much. What advice would you give to someone who has just been diagnosed? Will you accept full responsibility if you get herpes? Or will you resent your partner? Beyond that, ask yourself how much you trust your partner. Reply Anonymous October 7th, 2012 could have split on the cig. i wouldn’t share it if she has sores present. but i also read hsv doesn’t live well outside the body, like toilet seats, towels, etc.
Can you camp without a ticket? does the ticket get checked before going into the campsite?thanks. 2 of us sharing one tent, we want to make a camp fire how can we stop people camping infront of us?. In fact, most people actually get the herpes simplex virus that causes cold sores by the time they’re in high school and no, it’s not just girls who make out a lot!. It’s incredibly rare, but you can get genital herpes from oral sex, if an active cold sore makes contact with your vaginal skin. It’s pretty darn hard to avoid getting oral herpes in your life but if you want to try, don’t kiss anybody with an active sore on their mouth, and definitely don’t share their lipsticks or lip balms either! I shared some cigarettes with a friend who has oral herpes last night. You can, always, get some orally transmitted diseases (Herpes comes to mind) by sharing a vape or a joint. Is it possible to get herpes by sharing toothbrushes/eating utensils with someone else?