It is extremely unlikely that you recently acquired genital hsv1 when you already have an established oral hsv1 infection. Once you are infected with a type of herpes in one location, you become largely protected from getting infected with the same type of herpes in another location at a later point in time. This is because after you are infected with herpes your body creates antibodies to fight the virus. Your body maintains these antibodies in your bloodstream and they protect you from further infection. Different people generate antibodies at different rates, but by about 4 months post-infection the vast majority of people will have enough antibodies to prevent any further infection by the same type. Many people will have sufficient antibodies a lot sooner than that (eg after several weeks).
There is no proper cure for this disease, but many treatments are available for helping infected people to fight with an outbreak symptoms. Prescribed medications can lower down the outbreaks time. Topical medication can be used to treat simplex-1 lesions. Anti fever and anti inflammatory medication can be useful in the symptoms of flu. Sores which are dry can heal quickly, simplex-2 lesions must be left dry and clean. Sufferers can use clean towel to dry up infected regions, do not wear tight fitting clothes since it will not speed up the healing of an 2