Transferring Canker Sore from your Mouth to your Penis

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    Jan 17, 2009 2:17 PM GMT
    I would get canker sores when I'd jab myself in the gums with my toothbrush, and I stopped getting them when I switched to an electric toothbrush.
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    Jan 18, 2009 1:43 AM GMT
    CINCYMSN08 said
    styrgan said
    CINCYMSN08 saidCanker sores are HSV-I (oral herpes) and genital herpes are HSV-II. It's possible to transfer HSV-I to the genital areas. They are the same virus, but are different in areas of outbreak and severity. Get a blood test for both types of viruses. You can be positive for both even if you haven't had an outbreak. Also, whoever you're talking about tell them to get a syphilis test too.


    You're thinking cold sores. Canker sores are not HSV-1 and are not an STD.


    Well I am basing this upon subjective data from the original forum post. A patient can still have HSV-I in their mouth that presents like a canker sore. The symptoms are similar. Therefore you must rule out HSV and should be tested for HSV I and II, syphilis, and even gonorrhea, which can occur in the mouth/throat.


    Subjective data? Please explain to me exactly what that is. Some type of scientific data you "felt" out?

    Canker sores and cold sores are actually nothing alike.
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    Jan 18, 2009 9:19 AM GMT
    surfsdown saidChucky, neither of your quotes really answer the OPs question. And wikipedia is not really an appropriate source...


    Surf you just unlocked the key to 99% of his cut and paste answers to RJ ???'s.
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    Feb 22, 2009 7:09 PM GMT
    I've had canker sores all my life (less so as I've aged fortunately). But ya, they're not contagious and pretty harmless. Just a bitch!
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    Mar 06, 2009 2:51 AM GMT
    styrgan said
    CINCYMSN08 said
    styrgan said
    CINCYMSN08 saidCanker sores are HSV-I (oral herpes) and genital herpes are HSV-II. It's possible to transfer HSV-I to the genital areas. They are the same virus, but are different in areas of outbreak and severity. Get a blood test for both types of viruses. You can be positive for both even if you haven't had an outbreak. Also, whoever you're talking about tell them to get a syphilis test too.


    You're thinking cold sores. Canker sores are not HSV-1 and are not an STD.


    Well I am basing this upon subjective data from the original forum post. A patient can still have HSV-I in their mouth that presents like a canker sore. The symptoms are similar. Therefore you must rule out HSV and should be tested for HSV I and II, syphilis, and even gonorrhea, which can occur in the mouth/throat.


    Subjective data? Please explain to me exactly what that is. Some type of scientific data you "felt" out?

    Canker sores and cold sores are actually nothing alike.


    Subjective data is what a patient or person states (symptoms) about their health care condition. For example, "I have chest pain, it feels like a knife stabbing me!" or I have a "canker sore" in my mouth, or "I can't breathe." It is possible that Guy A has a canker sore. Objective data in the form of an examination/lab tests by a physician or nurse practitioner will verify the subjective data. Until that happens it could be something else besides a canker sore.
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    Mar 06, 2009 2:57 AM GMT
    Well I think everyone else just about covered it.

    No.
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    Mar 27, 2009 4:24 AM GMT
    If Guy B has kissed Guy A which indicates that they have exchanged saliva of course Guy B will acquire the chancre sore.

    Herpes Simplex is a virus in which it can be transmitted to fecal-oral route, oral-oral route and oral-anal route. Remember, it is a virus that's why it is viable if it has contact to a body part such as the mucous membrane.

    Chancre sore is a sexually transmitted infection in which one is recommended to abstain from any sexual contact or promiscuity since it is highly contagious especially in times when it is symptomatic. It has stages and having a chancre sore is a signal that one has low immune system. In fact, It has remissions and exacerbations. That's why when the symptoms reappears it is absolutely contagious.

    Typically, the chancre sore reappears when one is stress. Because the person's immune system is immunosuppressed then one is susceptible to acquire this disease because of the open sore and of course this is a high risk for transmitting the virus to a person.

    Chancre sore has no treatment but can be treated to diminish and alleviate the pain. Acyclovir is the treatment for chancre sore. But if you have a chancre sore then it is recommended that you should consult your physician so that he can be able to give you further information and of course proper treatment will be given.

    Abstinence is the best thing to prevent from acquiring Herpes. If you decided that you want to meet a doctor see to it also that your partner will be treated so that your check up and treatment with the doctor will not be useless.BOLD TEXT GOES HERECOLORED TEXT GOES HERERESIZED TEXT GOES HEREicon_wink.gif