Lips Feel Hot Accompanied By Soreness And Dryness After Risky Oral Sex?
, I’d like to ask. 3 weeks ago I had oral sex with a risky female partner. Right now my lips feel hot, like burning, a bit sore and tingling and dry. I currently have thrush 1. I ask is this oral herpes or not? Or hot inside? Meanwhile, I don’t feel fever, flu or other symptoms, only the lip area. Thank you.
In patients with a history of risky sex with oral sex, and then getting complaints of canker sores and other accompanying complaints in the mouth and lips area, it may be caused by the risk of risky sex.
So to determine the cause of this inflammation and canker sores, it is necessary to have a direct examination by a genital skin specialist, or a dentist and mouth. With this risky sexual activity, it is necessary to carry out additional examinations to determine the risk of syphilis infection, gonorrhea, herpes simplex, or a simple blood test to determine your general clinical condition.
This examination may be needed to confirm the presence or absence of sexually transmitted infections, so that treatment can be given according to the results of the physical examination and the results of investigations if any.
What you need to do is avoid risky sex and avoid sex outside of marriage. In addition, you can use mouthwash to reduce the initial inflammation, and paracetamol tablets to reduce pain and burning sensation. Paracetamol can be used according to the recommended dose on the package, and if you are not allergic to this drug.
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