Yes. Any skin irritation can trigger a herpes outbreak. You should check to see what is the cause of the irritation - latex? spermicide? lubricant?
It may be as simple as finding a different condom that is better tolerated.
It is possible to have herpes but never give it to your partner. Using condoms, avoiding sex during and just before an outbreak, using antiviral medication, and time from the first outbreak all decrease the risk of transmission.
Cold sores are a herpes virus, and are triggered by excessive sun, caffeine, and hormonal stress on the body. Household products do not generally trigger a Herpes outbreak(cold sore)
Depends on what type of trauma it is. If it's causing you a lot of stress or lowering your immune system then that can trigger or aggravate a break out.
Chronic polypoid endocervicitis is irritation inside the cervical canal along with the growth of polyps on the surface of the canal. It can be caused by Allergies to things like tampons or condoms or can be caused by sexually transmitted diseases such as herpes or chlamydia.
You can get the herpes virus from a kiss on the neck if the person kissing you had an outbreak of herpes or just before the outbreak arose. The neck is a common place for herpes gladiatorum as well.
If you play a flute and have herpes simplex outbreak, you should stop immediately see a medical doctor for advice.
Herpes, STD's Condoms....AIDS...
Herpes are an STI they can be passed through sexual intercourse. That is one reason condoms are used.
A herpes outbreak doesn't last 2 months; and the virus lasts for a lifetime.
The initial outbreak of herpes is usually the most severe. A patient who has never had genital herpes or cold sores typically has the worst initial outbreak. A history of other herpes infections may make the initial outbreak less severe, as the body already has related antibodies. These patients may be more likely to have genital herpes without knowing it. As time goes on, outbreaks typically become less severe.