Most all cases of ocular herpes happens when oral herpes travels up the nerve to the eye, so you don't have to worry. That said, it's always good practice to wash your hands with soap after you touch any herpes sore. No need to be paranoid or OCD about it, just be careful since during outbreaks, herpes is most infectious, but you still have to try pretty hard to spread it by touching the sores and then touching another part of your body. Auto-inoculation is pretty hard to do. Most of the cases of sores popping up in other locations is due to the virus moving a different nerve pathway from the spine to the surface of the skin.
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