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1. The incubation period of HSV I and II is on the average 4 days and a range of 2-12 days, so If you are 3 weeks out from contact and haven't broken out with blisters, the chances of you getting HSV from this encounter is practically zero.
2. See 1 above. The chances are less since her active phase is passed (no blisters).
3. See 1 above, yes if herpes was transferred, it would most likely start at the point of contact.
4. She is less likely to transfer to you if dry. There is no way to tell what her viral load is and that information is only relative if she has HIV, not Herpes I or II.
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