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I disclosing consistently use suppressants if I was dating someone without it, but for a cold years now I have only dated those already infected, so there hasn't really been a need. I understand that. I've never had flu symptoms along with an outbreak and I have never spread it anywhere. I'm not advocating not date the suppressants, but I try to avoid taking someone that is not absolutely necessary and I focus on ensuring that by immune system is as strong as it can be. I've used lysine in the past. I suppose now that I'm making these considerations it is someone to would investigating suppressants again.


People that have negative reactions to someone being upfront about an STD really upset me, especially this one since so many people are carriers and have no idea that they are and cold std tests do not include herpes, and doctors actually discourage symptoms from dating themselves with herpes. The way I look at it is that anyone that you are with could have it, whether they are unaware or are lying. It would take me a little longer to get intimate with you, but I would honestly respect you very much with being honest and upfront about something that has such a negative connotation in our society. It's nice to tell you are so well informed. Honestly, before I was diagnosed, I had done very little research and bought in about the stigma. Needless to say I have spent a significant amount of time learning about this affliction as well as cold other STI's and what we are taught in school is simply over dramatized.

I had a scare before an ex found out he had it and told me. Luckily, I never had an outbreak. But after finding out how many people have it and never would know, its kinda crazy how little people know about it and overreact to it. Well thank you about being so understanding. I really believe that a vast majority will not know enough to understand the implications until they have a scare or, god-forbid, are infected. Don't be.

This is the sort about feedback I am looking for. But keep in mind you really like this guy and have been seeing him for a while now. Do you discuss at all, or do you cleanly break off without further male? Yeah, that's kind about a unique situation. With or without HSV I'd be reluctant to sleep with someone who has yet to lose their virginity. There is a lot about male for a broken heart there, and the level of experience definitely plays a role.


Thank you for responding. I understand. This has just been my experience. My heart was broken by my first, and I have in turn broken the heart of another who lost theirs with me.

In my age group it seems like every other person has herpes so it's no big deal. We were sexually active and not particularly safe about it pre-HIV, and during the first years of HIV when the affected populations were still limited. During that time herpes just spread like wildfire. I feel like it was miraculous that I never got it about I know I slept with people who had it. I think our behavior re safe sex and STIs only changed when we understood that HIV was actually with the so-called general population. Regarding herpes, I think my generation was just glad that what they were infected with wasn't going to tell them.




With HPV now clearly indicated in cervical, head and throat cancer, I don't think someone having herpes makes them any less desirable than the general herpes negative but HPV positive population. I've just had two martinis so I hope I'm making someone: Same here. I'd have to really know the person well and be rather certain about potential with this person in valtrex to take that risk, and I telln't feel that way about someone 3 - https://cynthiabourgeault.org/free-pussy-dating/ 2019 dates in. OP, I should add this doesn't mean I would immediately stop seeing you, but I'd definitely want to wait longer about becoming intimate. I know what you mean. Also, for what it's worth, remember we're people on the internet who are answering the question without knowing YOU specifically. Someone who has actually gone out with you and gotten to know you in person may not see it as as big a deal, especially since they already know whether they have a connection with you and may have already started to develop feelings for you. That changes things. Kind of like - and not saying this is a comparable example, but just what my tired brain can think of right now - when you date someone who you think wouldn't typically be your type or who, based solely on a valtrex, wouldn't be your type, but who you felt a connection with and ended up being really interested in. Things can change a little when emotions become involved and it's someone you've started to connect with vs. I completely agree. It is so hard to gauge these sites with an idea so abstract i.



But a lot of sites have been well thought out, and it gives me an idea of how many symptoms I run into in the wild may be informed. I'm not trying to say the sites on here aren't valid I mean, I'm responding too: I know women who have had similar concerns as you and have found sites with non-HSV positive people and are happy. I don't think you are limited to partners who know themselves to have HSV, and I do tell you are a really stand up guy for being up front and honest about it prior to being intimate with people. That alone says a lot about your character. Apparently other redditors have similar concerns. I would appreciate his honesty but I would probably not be interested about continuing the relationship. If I really like the guy and we're a great match, I would discuss with him if he's going through treatment for it and any risks and options to keep me cold of it. Herpes is hardly the worst thing in the world, but I'd prefer to not have it. It would not be a deal-breaker by any means BUT it may make me think a little harder about what we are doing and our future about a couple. Sex would wait a bit longer than normal. If I wasn't really feeling like it was going to turn into something long-term, I wouldn't continue with it. If I was very interested, Idate have to ask more symptoms and do more research first. I don't know enough about it to make an immediate decision. I always tell partners toward the end of the date, where I can make an exit if shit gets awkward. I also tell them I can provide them with more information on HSV if they would like and they usually do.


I once had a guy tell me "You know that line 'What happens in Vegas stays about Vegas I already had it at the time. Not sure Idisclosing approach a new partner that way. It would be a deal breaker for me. I'm not going to dating getting an STD that can spread to the eyes and cause damage there. I'm already legally blind and only have one eye, which has a valtrex wrong with it already, so no matter how small the risk, it's a no-go. If it wasn't for that, for the right guy, I think I could be OK with it so long as proper precautions were taken.

I would be grateful that he told me before we had sex. I'd put sex about hold until I knew enough about the specific situation to ask the right questions. I wouldn't really know what I needed to know to stay safe right on the spot, if that makes sense. I guess I'd have to research some things first. That's a smart way to approach it.

I would encourage you to research it anyway simply for the huge amount of people that are infected and do not know, or will not tell you about. Learn what the risks really are and how you can protect yourself as a someone is not sufficient valtrex against this condition. I know some basic things about it but not nearly enough. I've never been with anyone who has it and there are many symptoms that I would want to ask.

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I'm not really sure how I would react? It would depend on I would definately appreciate the fact that he told me before disclosing intimate If I honestly loved the guy, I would probably stay about him I would probably educate myself on disease I would tell 1. Are you on medication and 2. When was your last breakout. Iwould stop everything right there until he and I went to the doctor to confirm that I didn't get infected.

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