Dating a women with herpes
Hello, First of all I thank the creator of this website for bringing so much information to the community.
I have no heard about any of the struggles people suffer when they are diagnosed with Herpes.
If ok, want to jump on my soapbox for a second, if anyone reading this has herpes, do the right thing, let people know. As far as genital herpes goes, we’re talking 20% of the population.
One of the most difficult things I had to do was call former boyfriends I may have exposed (think it was dormant in my system for quite sometime, I honestly did not know). I think all the readers should take a second to put themselves in your shoes for a moment. That’s 50 MILLION people, a majority of whom don’t even know they’re infected.
(I’m glad I didn’t get back with him, for obvious reasons.) Telling guys that I have herpes doesn’t get easier as time goes on, even though I have the conversation down cold.
Since I don’t have oral herpes, I can kiss guys without a problem and don’t have to worry about cold sores on my face.
Genital herpes is a common sexually transmitted infection.
According to data collected through the Canadian Health Measures Survey, as many as one in seven Canadians aged 14 to 59 may be infected by herpes simplex virus 2, one of two viruses responsible for the infection.
She has type2, and I was wondering, I have cold sores pretty often so I am assuming that I have type 1, since my doctor told me I was going to get cold sores for life due to a immune deficiency in my early twenties... The question itself is, lest say In the worse case scenario.. and she transmit the type 2 to me,these type will appear as a cold sore or will travel to my genitals?#1 Positive Singles is undoubtedly the best dating site for people with herpes, It was started in 2001 and has more than1,000,000 members as of now.It offers a safe and easy means of accessing other members with Herpes / HSV or HPV or any other STD, for friendship, companionship, love or support.But once things start getting physical, I have to bring it up.Nothing kills a mood like saying “By the way, I have an incurable STD,” believe me.