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The type 2 virus that causes genital herpes can also cause oral herpes in people who have not been exposed to the type 2 virus previously or have not been infected with it.
Since she already has genital herpes it is VERY UNLIKELY for her to get oral herpes with the same virus.
Plus, the chances of transmission are maximum only when there is an active outbreak and since you do not have active outbreaks like you mention, it is UNLIKELY for her to get oral herpes in any case.
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