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Yes, it could. People shed the HSV virus even when they are not having outbreaks, although the risk is far higher during an outbreak. You can cut down the risk quite a lot if you use condoms for oral.
Could this spread to my genitals?
Medication can reduce the risk of transmission, especially if they are not currently having an outbreak. At least some forms of medication for it can reduce the risk of transmission, I can't speak for all of them.
Condoms can also reduce the risk to some extent, but cannot provide 100% protection, even when used 100% correctly and properly and the condom has no defect or damage and stays intact the whole time.
Coldsores are only contagious through day 2 to about day 5 of having them. The virus itself isn't transferable when she doesn't have them. Advice: just don't me dumb and let her give you head when she has them. Don't kiss her when she has them and both be extra careful when she has them - wash your hands more regularly, change your towels more regularly don't drink out of the same cup, basically most normal things you'd do to stop a cold spreading.
Large firms will have to publish and justify their chief executives' salaries and reveal the gap to their average workers under proposed new laws. UK listed companies with over 250 staff will have to annually disclose and explain the so-called "pay ratios" in their organisation.
TIL an 86-year-old wrote an upbeat review for her local paper about a new Olive Garden. She was mercilessly mocked by the Internet. Anthony Bourdain thought she had a valuable POV on small town dining. So he published a book of her reviews.